Sonic waves can be used to douse flames, but this device was made by a pair of students who managed to make it into a handheld device.Viet Tran and Seth Robertson spent $600 to build this prototype, and damn it looks good!
Long gone are the old days when computers were room sized or just a tad smaller, but still anchored to your work space. Nowadays, everyone is carrying a smartphone and spending their leisure time surfing the net and using apps. When the social media started to rise, everyone went all in.
We're not experiencing an invasion from The Empire. Don't worry. It's just a drone. YouTuber and drone-builder Oliver C. has a new addition to the cool drones he's already made. This time it is an Imperial Star Destroyer.
If smartwatches aren't big yet, it's because Google hasn't released their cancer-killing smartwatch. The company recently unveiled a technology that would send 'tiny magnetic particles into patients' bloodstreams,' which are activated via a smart wristband, and would then seek out and destroy cancer cells.
We've seen Star Wars but mostly from the Rebel's perspective. So what about the folks at The Empire? TIE Fighter is a short animation by Paul Johnson and it does just that. The short is done in the style of anime from the 80s and it looks pretty impressive.
You're no doubt familiar with gesture-motion controls like Microsoft Kinect and the lot. These things employ censors to detect your motion and then execute the commands. Daniel Rapp, a Swedish student decided to use an approach first explored by Microsoft in 2012 called the Doppler effect.
Why bother wearing a wrist watch when you can have a pocket watch, made by Apple of course! Conan reimagines what Apple could possibly launch next after the Apple Watch. And this is it! Check it out below:
Skateboards haven't evolved much, with a bit of add-ons and modifications here and there, but it's nothing so significant that it has changed the whole thing completely. We're guessing the same is going to happen with this one: The Post-Modern Skateboard. It has no board.
It's an exciting time to be alive, what with concepts like this coming real soon in probably 5-10 years time. Everything you knew about computing is going to change, and how you surf the web will truly be different too. Check out this concept video below. It's exciting!
As technology progresses, so will fashion. So it's no surprise that someone has thought of this idea: a skirt that can light up. The wearable skirt project called 'Hikaru Skirt' just made its debut with idol group Mōsō Collaboration’s newest music video. Check it out below:
Lance Abernethy 3D printed a working cordless drill measuring 0.67 inches tall, 0.27 inches wide, and 0.5 inches long. It holds a 0.02 inch twist drill. It works. But that's not the best part. Lance is working on making a smaller one.
Is the Apple Watch a threat to real watches? What are real watches anyway, these days? Tag Heuer's CEO Jean-Claude Biver recently told Reuters, 'Apple will get young people used to wearing a watch, and later maybe they will want to buy themselves a real watch.'
Do you use Chrome or Firefox at work? If you do, there's some good news: you're a pretty good employee. According to research by Cornerstone OnDemand, people who use Firefox or Chrome make better employees.
Play the video below and you'll have half the mind to believe that what you're watching is made up of CGI or some kind of really cool animation. Watching this dancer in a light suit is pretty hypnotic. And very impressive. Check it out below: