TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese engineering researchers say they have created a tiny electronic light the size of a firefly which rides waves of ultrasound, and could eventually figure in applications ranging from moving displays to projection mapping.
Stuart Anderson and his son Cedar have invented a new bee hive which collects honey via taps and without having to disturb the bees.
Three years ago, a father and son in Australia finally unveiled a device they had spent a decade inventing: a beehive that releases honey via a tap, without needing to handle the bees.
Scientists have developed a new type of “super wood” that is more than 10 times stronger and tougher than normal wood – and this innovation could potentially become a natural and inexpensive substitute for steel and other materials.
Exclusive first look at Vaunt, which uses retinal projection to put a display in your eyeball
Made of two stacked layers of graphene, diamene temporarily becomes harder than bulk diamonds under impact.
Researchers are working on plasma jet engines that could fly aircraft to the edge of space using air and electricity alone. This development would mean lower operational costs, extended range, and a clean power source for commercial flights.
A simpler home security system, a craft that will probe beyond the surface of mars, a VR headset and a DIY cooking companion.
Mugs that heat your coffee just right,elevators that move more than up and down, a smarter smart phone and more.
It’s not usually recommended to start your day off with booze — but what if you don’t actually drink it?
Sunu has developed a wristband that emits a silent, high frequency sound and vibration to alert the visually impaired of obstacles within their environment.