Latest cool stuff from the world of science
Here's a new and very cool application of technology: letting your child draw on a wall without actual paint, but with lasers. It's quite cool actually, and very good for developing his creativity. Have a look for yourself!
Slow motion video of a missile being launch in a test fire. Pretty cool, too bad we can't see the impact. Enjoy!
One of the newest and most advanced robot fish was presented in a London aquarium. The robot fish seems to be able not only to keep it's equilibrium in the water, but also to detect it's surroundings (aka doesn't bump into the glass wall of the aquarium ). That's pretty neat, so congrats to the guys from Essex.
A video from the show "How It's made" showing step by step how a car's engine blocks gets made and assembled. Pretty impressive...Enjoy!
From start to finish here's how cocaine is produced. It's actually amazing what these guys can make with a couple of ingredients and the proper know-how. As the guy in the video said, the people exporting it make all the money, not the producers! Enjoy this video documentary about how cocaine is produced!
This is a video presentation by Will Wheaton in which he praises Sony's OLED TV with 1,000,000/1 Contrast ratio. OLED TV's can be as thin as 3mm. So if you're thinking of buying yourself a plasma/LCD TV maybe you should wait, because as OLED technology matures, prices for plasma and LCD TVs will plummet!
A cool demonstration of how liquid metal (actually an exotic alloy) can store energy and then return it, in a surprisingly elastic way. Enjoy the liquid metal demo video!
A guy, with lots of spare time on his hands decided to make a graffiti machine. It's actually similar to a plotter printer. It can draw by a system of pulleys which coordonated by the computer make the graffiti machine draw each point of the original image on the wall. Nice.
This is a revolutionary Electronic ink display from Philips. It's able to unfold, revealing a display, bigger than the actual device. This electronic ink display is amongst the most interesting technologies presented in 2006. Probably that the electronic ink display will arrive in devices similar to PDA as soon as 2007.
Here's another cornstarch and water solution, which becomes a non-newtonian fluid. A Non-Newtonian fluid, has properties that cannot be described by classical fluids. In this video clip, the non-newtonian fluid is a mixture of corn starch and water.
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