How does a high speed camera shutter work? Here's a video of it, in slow motion. Phantom slow mo cams show us just how crazy fast these cameras work. From at 1920 frames per second, here's a Nikon D4 shooting photos at a rate of 10 frames per second.
The mirror flips up and first curtain drops at each photo and exposes the image sensor for 1/200th of a second, of which then the second shutter drops to complete the exposure. It's an amazing feat. Check out the video below:
What if you could sit without actually sitting? Imagine a chair that's actually wearable. The 'Archelis' is that type of chair. Planned and produced by Japanese company Nitto alongside the collaboration with Chiba University's Frontier Medical Engineering Center, the wearable chair will strap onto your legs, allowing the chair to move along with you. Read more
Instead of just messaging, here's a super simple chat-based text game you can play inside Facebook messenger. All you have to do is type out some commands, and you'll be seeing the game available. Read more