What is interesting here is that while most rockets are designed to burn up in the atmosphere during reentry, SpaceX's rockets are being designed to return to the launch pad for a vertical landing and intact.
SpaceX's Grasshopper flied up to 820 feet (250m) and returned safely to its launch pad, vertically.
This is aimed at advertising the NFC technology that enables content to be passed from one device’s screen to another, here with 10,000 iPhone 5 handsets – all of them computer generated, of course…
It’s funny how looking at metal getting cut can be so captivating…
This is how $50 Chinese tablets are produced
Skip to 3:08 to see it in action
Skip to 1:30 if the hacking part doesn’t interest you
This is called MYO and it is developed by Thalmic Labs. You can pre-order it for 149 dollars so I guess it’s real…
You can skip to 1:20
Its purpose is to protect armoured fighting vehicles from destruction by light anti-tank weapons, anti-tank guided missiles (ATGM), and missiles with top attack warheads.
More info on Wiki
Remember it? ‘Glass’ was introduced last year in April but Google just released a brand new video showing how Glass actually feels like. They say that all footage in this video was captured through Glass and that it works as simply as depicted in the video.
We’ve already seen this kind of technology (see links below) but this video is more impressive and better demonstrates the possibilities of such an awesome product.
How it works: “Ultra-Ever Dry is a superhydrophobic (water) and oleophobic (hydrocarbons) coating that will completely repel almost any liquid. Ultra-Ever Dry uses proprietary nanotechnology to coat an object and create a barrier of air on its surface.”
The aim of this wireless Arduino-powered chess project: “our goal is to allow people to connect and play board games with each other from anywhere in the world. By combing a physical board with modern technology, we hope to bring a more interpersonal experience that is not achieved through a computer screen.”
That’s 1.8 gigapixels!!