I would love to see your community's feedback on a new EMF detector I developed for iPhone that's on Kickstarter right now.
Mr.Ghost is a gadget that plugs into your mic port and allows your iPhone to sense electromagnetic fields around your house. It’s not quite a Tricorder, but we’re working on it.
It uses the gyros in the phone so you can swing it back and forth and find the sources of the EM radiation. This is particularly useful if you’re curious how much EMF your household appliances put off, or if you’re feeling more adventurous and investigating a haunting. Mr.Ghost gives you the option to record the fields and listen to them, as well as a more Lord of the Rings option where the detector glows brighter the more powerful the EM field is.
It just launched on Kickstarter today and backer rewards starting at $20 include the device. The first 200 will ship before Christmas, so people can track Santa down, assuming he produces a lot of electromagnetic radiation. Kickstarter link: http://www.kickst
Spiders are very agile, and some can even jump. They owe this capability to their hydraulically operated limbs. Researchers have now designed a mobile robot modeled on the same principle that moves spider legs. Created using a 3-D printing process, this lightweight can explore terrain that is beyond human reach.
Alexey Snezhko and Igor Aronson, physicists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory, have coaxed "micro-robots" to do their bidding. How will this benefit mankind?
Okay, so maybe the "Tvor" isn’t actually a "pet lamp" but it does have the ability to seek out dark areas of a room and point light in that direction, automatically.
Oliver Kreylos is at it again, hacking the Kinect into a real holographic 3-D video chat system.
Cambridge University professor, Peter Robinson and his team are developing computers that can read human emotions.
What is the future of web browsing? Is it hands-free? As gaming moves more and more towards hands-free control, the question remains: Has web browsing been left in the dust? Nope!
Google recently launched a really nifty website called Body Browser located here - bodybrowser.googlelabs.com. The site lets you explore the human body in amazing 3D detail from the skin all the way down to the bones.
my son’s web site by the way , but we show kids using foam out of a can how we built the queen that sits on te 3 headed alien monster . have 13 aliens now , but will produce 2 more right after x-mas .not a 1 day project takes time, and yes under the black lights its and optical illusion .there all painted with glow in the dark paint .
Here is a video of the US Navy firing there new record breaking Railgun. Enjoy!
Equa has introduced a really cool futuristic water control system called the E.Tap. It has a built in thermostatic system and water control system that can control water flow and temperature throughout your whole bathroom.
Ever since James Watt in 1769 took a patent on the steam engine and defined the term horsepower, humans have wanted to go faster and faster.
Inventors are constantly developing new technologies for vehicles and they continue to set incredible records.
Here is a list of the world’s fasted vehicles, but remember to be careful what you wish for...
Some of the mentioned vehicles are a bit surprising...
New trials for Panasonic’s Hospital Delivery Robot (HOSPI) are set to take place in January, 2011 at the Matsuhita Memorial Hospital in Japan.
The HRP-4C Japanese humanoid robot has one special talent. It can sing! The robot was demonstrated at Japan’s CEATEC (Comprehensive IT and Electronics Comprehensive Exhibition) 2010 trade show and was developed by AIST (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology).
Researchers from the Australian National University at the Vision Center have developed a method to heal bright-light damaged eyes.
Have you ever wanted your own "light up" tattoo? What about a watch that was built into your skin? Maybe you want glowing fingers like ET? New LED (light-emitting diodes) lights developed by University of Illinois researcher, John Rogers and his colleges--are so flexible and thin--they can be implanted under the skin.
Would you like to record your entire life and watch it as a movie?
Lifelogging is no longer in the realms of science fiction. With help of new technology, people will be able to record their lives and explore the past within the near future.
It can take off from an ordinary airport and carry 24 passengers into space.
It can remain in orbit for up to seven days, more than 18 miles out of the Earth’s atmosphere.
This revolutionary unpiloted space plane called Skylon will be ready for launch by 2020.
The Raytheon XOS 2, a wearable exoskeleton robotic suit that can climb stairs, lift upwards of 200 pounds, walk at speeds up to 3.5mph and punch through 3 inches of solid wood!
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At around the end of December, 2010, Toshiba will release special 3D TV’s that wont require any glasses. The 3D technology comes as one of the world’s first.