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A tank cut in half

A cutaway of Leopard I tank

A tank cut in half. A cutaway of Leopard I tank, the first line of defense against the Soviets.

By |December 19, 2014|Categories: Vehicles

The Porsche Macan Magic Mirror

Porsche Macan

Through the use of cutting-edge software and technology, Porsche created a Magic Mirror transforming any car into the new Porsche Macan.

By |December 19, 2014|Categories: Vehicles

3D-printed structural components will result in new Building Shapes

3D-printed structural component by Arup

3D-printed structural components will result in “new building shapes,” and more efficient and diverse architectural forms.   Watch the video…

By |December 19, 2014|Categories: Computers, Product Design

Inflatable Space Habitats will go for iaunch next summer

Bigelow Inflatable Space Habitats

NASA, working with Bigelow Aerospace to send next year the Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM) at the International Space Station.

By |December 19, 2014|Categories: Space

Light Cocoon- ultimate in lightweight construction sports car

Light Cocoon sports car

Light Cocoon the ultimate in lightweight construction sports car with a 3D-printed skeleton, wrapped in an outer skin waterproof textile.

By |December 18, 2014|Categories: Vehicles

All about that Space

All about that Space

All About That Space” is a volunteer outreach video project created by interns at NASA’s Johnson Space Center.   Take a look at the video…

By |December 18, 2014|Categories: Space

Mind-controlled robotic arm works a lot better

Mind-controlled robotic arm

A mind-controlled robotic arm works a lot better, is more controllable than ever and can grasp objects more precisely.

By |December 18, 2014|Categories: Computers

World’s largest floating offshore facility

Prelude - Around the world

A giant natural gas refinery, world’s largest floating offshore facility, Prelude - Around the world, that Shell is building in Samsung’s Heavy Industries, in South Korea.  Watch the new video…

By |December 18, 2014|Categories: Boats

Nighttime light intensity during Holiday season

Light intensity on Holidays from Suomi

A new look at daily data from the Suomi NPP satellite, NASA scientist have identified how patterns in nighttime light intensity change during major holiday seasons.

By |December 17, 2014|Categories: Space

BMW unveiled technology that can park your car

BMW self parking

Innovative sensors will allow BMW to demonstrate a number of features at the CES 2015 (6 to 9 January, Las Vegas) including the possibility of entirely collision-free driving and fully sans-driver automated parking in multi-storey car parks

By |December 17, 2014|Categories: Vehicles