Category: Technology

Box by Bot and Dolly

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A performance art piece using two gimbal-mounted screens on mechanized treads.

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Chase Me: A 3D Printed Stop-Motion Journey

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Chase Me: A 3D Printed Stop-Motion project by Gilles-Alexandre Deschaud

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SonUmbra Solar-Powered Trees

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Solar-powered light installations by Loop.ph.

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The Engineers by Julius Horsthuis

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Whenever computer-generated fractal environments are involved, comparisons to the distorted reality imagery of Inception are going to be inevitable. However, Horsthius goes even further than abstracted planes and mind-bending psychedelic illusions to generate 3D worlds that feel truly alien, strange, and beautiful.

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Simone Giertz Designs the Most Useless Robots Imaginable

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Simone Giertz is a Swedish inventor who uses Arduino to control many of her hilarious contraptions. The bots are lovingly designed to be as useless and impractical as possible. Some videos contain NSFW language.

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Inventor Colin Furze Brings New Meaning to the Phrase,”Don’t Try This at Home”

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Don't let the formal tie fool you: Colin Furze is an inventor who plays with some very dangerous toys. His garage workshop is the birthplace of hazardous flamethrowers, hover-bikes, and pneumatic-powered exo-suits. His backyard often doubles as a testing ground for explosive crates of fireworks and DIY railguns, and has...

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Boston Dynamics Introduce SpotMini

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Boston Dynamics has succeeded in creating some of the most advanced mobility systems in robotics to date. Their lineup of robots are each an amazing feat of engineering, ranging from quadrupedal mechs that can carry heavy loads, jump, and outrun Usain Bolt, to humanoid bots that perform balancing acts and...

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Experimental Technology: Mechanized Origami

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In the future, it would be really cool to have flocks of drones that look like flying paper cranes. Follow the Leader by Paul Strohmeier, Cameron Lapp, Kaja Swenson, and Rejean Campbell is an ingenious student project that inserts simple robotics into the traditional origami flapping birds.

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