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Researchers Developed "BrainDriver" Application: Lets You Control Car With Brain [VIDEO]
A group of researchers at the AutoNOMOS Labs in Germany have developed a system by which a person can steer a car with his mind. Building a mind control system requires developing a computer program that reads electromagnetic signals from a set of sensors worn by the driver. The project has...
Make Your Own Honda Acura NSX With a 3D Printer 1
3D printers have shown enormous potential in the recent past and they continue to impress. While these machines have proved to be a combination of art and building tools for home-owners, they have also largely benefited people in the commercial sector. Infact, we recently covered how 3D printers now...
Snowbird: The First Successful Human-Powered Flapping-Wing Aircraft 1
Human-powered flight is not new to people, but to create a working human-powered ornithopter has been a dream shared by inventors and tinkerers since the 1800s. Now, The Aviation history is made when the University of Toronto’s human-powered aircraft with flapping wings became the first of its kind to fly continuously. The...
Ever Wondered Why Is There A Hole In Airplane Windows? This Is How They Save Your Life 1
If you have ever traveled in an airplane, you may or may not have noticed a hole at the bottom of each window. This is one feature that is common across all passenger planes. You might be wondering why anybody would bother leaving a hole at the bottom of...
This Man 3D-printed His Wife's Tumor — and Saved Her Sight 1
Love can cure all, they say. Couple that love with a bit of technology and this certainly materializes. A former software engineer, Michael Balzer, saved his other significant's eyesight by accomplishing this. He decided to incorporate 3D imaging to create a 3D copy of his wife’s brain tumour. Pamela...
AI Won't Leave Half the World Unemployed
These headlines-and there were several-stem from comments by Rice University's computer scientist Moshe Vardi who at the weekend asked what society would do when, within 30 years, machines become capable of doing almost any job a human can. This report predicted that 47% of jobs in the US were under...
Cornell's Robotic Ranger Walks 40.5 Miles On A Single Charge To Set A New World Record
Ranger, a bipedal robot built by engineers at Cornell's University sets a new world record by walking 40.5 miles on a single battery charge without stopping. The previous record was 14.3 miles, set by the same r0bot last year. Ranger set the record last week after completing 308 laps around university's Barton Hall...
HP Powerup Backpack lets you charge your devices on the go
One of the biggest problems of road warriors, other than a consistent Internet connection everywhere, is the rapidly decreasing meter on their batteries. Mobile devices, especially smartphones, are easier to deal with, but when you need to get work done, a laptop is your Obi-Wan Kenobi. Unassumingly stylish, the HP Powerup...
Solar-Powered 3D Printer That Transform Sand Into Glass
Solar energy never ceases to amaze people and recently industrial designer and tinkerer Markus Kayser came up with solar powered cutter that uses the solar energy to cut different parts of any material. Kayser didn't stop here but he also invented a magnificent device that uses the solar energy...
Top 10 Largest Dams In The World 1
Dams are made for different purposes including containment of water to form a reservoir, generation of hydroelectric power and irrigation of lands besides other usages. Here is a list of Top 10 largest dams in the world by volume of structure. However, the data on volume of structure is...

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