Robot Arm Can Build Complex Sandcastles You Can't With a Bucket and Shovel
Aug 06, 2012 11:24
Think you can build a mean sandcastle? This robot arm will beat you at it. Created by architects Petr Novikov, Inder Shergill and Anna Kulik, the Stone Spray robot features a nozzle on the end of a highly articulated arm that sprays a mix of sand, water, and a binding agent to ensure that its creations can't be destroyed that easily when the tide rolls in.
Human waste will never be the same again. Why? Because U.K has started using our poop to run its 'Bio-Bus' which has now taken to the streets. The bus runs on biomethane gas which is produced from treated human waste, and unused food. Don't worry. They have those impurities and bad odors removed, so you don't have to 'experience' the smell. Read more
Apple already had an Apple Watch before launching their current version - the one that's going to sync with your iPhone and do all sorts of stuff. The original on the other hand, doesn't need any apps. Check it out below: Read more
Using a company with a good reputation to offer managed services can be a beneficial way to free up resources and reduce costs - your own staff will have more time to spend on their strategic ICT work within your business and instead of having to recruit and train more on-site employees of your own to handle routine maintenance, you can rely on the managed services provider to take care Read more