July 29th, 2015 by Zachary Shahan One of the reasons many of us are convinced electric vehicles are the future are their wicked crazy instant torque. The jump off the line, even for a vehicle like the Nissan Leaf, is wonderful. But some vehicles are set up to make that jump better, and some are
BOB fully embraces the #makers philosophy: low cost components, reproducible anywhere thank to a documentation freely available online, achievable by a 3D printer. BOB hopes to meet a specific need: among different causes of neonatal deaths it is estimated that about 75% occurs within the first week of life and is often due to lack of biomedical equipment, too or difficult to manage. The inspiration comes from Open BioMedical Initiative, a global non profit initiative to support the tradition
So, the FAA (US), the CAA (UK), Transport Canada (Canada, duh) and countless others are taking a stand against drones restricting usage and allowed flying zones and conditions. Especially for commercial use. This is where Zurich-based company – Perspective Robotics hopes to gain footage in an ever-crowded niche. Their UAV solution is somewhat different from the DJI’s and [...]
Earlier this year, Mercedes-Benz shot a 360-degree film to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Sir Stirling Moss' historic 1955 Mille Miglia victory. While the legendary 1,000-mile race is no more, Moss' time of 10 hours, 7 minutes and 48 seconds remains unbeaten. To honor the world-renowned...
The new Canon camera which goes by the boring name of ME20F-SH is capable of taking photos in almost complete darkness or in Canon’s words “delivers exceptionally high sensitivity to capture Full HD video with a minimum subject illumination of less than 0.0005 lux“. This is quite extraordinary and I would usually expect this kind of [...]
With 2,753 parts, the LEGO Mercedes-Benz Arocs 3425 is the largest LEGO Technic model ever produced. It has fully independent suspension, double differential drive, twin axle steering and a working crane arm and grabber.
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