Sustainability (i.e. slowing the destruction of Earth) is many big corporate’ priority. Sony is no different. However, unlike Apple that removed the charger from its iPhone 12 in the name of environment, Sony have developed a sustainable paper material the company refers to as “Original Blend Material”.
Technology is a strange beast. Regardless of how you feel about it personally, living in the age that you find yourself in means that it’s basically impossible to avoid, which some might see as potentially problematic. That being said, there’s always the option of looking at things more positively and realizing just how useful the …
Imagine if you are have a makeshift harvest paddock that you want to secure where vehicles will be going in and out. A regular gate would require manual opening of the gate. Auto gate is probably out of question because, likely, there is not going to have a power source. This situation calls the OzAutogate …
The concept of traveling is a tempting one. You explore the world, experiencing countless different cultures, meeting new friends and hopefully becoming a more rounded person as a result.
If you haven’t already heard… 3D printers are not mere 3D model printers anymore. In future, it may include automation. Automation here means assembling of 3D printed parts straight after 3D printing, right there and then – straight on the 3D printer bed.
Headlights that turn independently of the vehicle’s body is not exclusive to motorcycle. In fact, headlights that turned with the front wheels as far back as the 1920s, on the Tucker Torpedo.
You heard of the blackest black and the brightest pigment. Now meet the whitest white. Developed by researchers at Purdue University, ultra-white paint pushed the limits on how white paint can be.
Self-driving car are the buzzwords in recent years, but do you know, a South Korea professor had developed self-driving technologies in 1990s, long before South Korean automakers knew how to make good cars (I had a Hyundai Accent in the 90s, btw, and it was… ugh).
Boston Dynamics has not been making real sales until recently (and only after it has changed a couple of owners). We have not hit up their website for awhile and now that we did, we noticed something. It has moved in-development robot to research and laid to rest, so-to-speak, a bunch of previous endeavors.
Elevator technology has come a long way over the last few decades. For those who work within the relevant sectors and fields, these advancements can be seen to have made a huge difference in how elevators are designed and used.