A traveling exhibit of Dutch artist Theo Jansen’s wind-powered Strandbeests (“beach animals”) makes its only West Coast appearance at San Francisco’s Exploratorium, opening tomorrow and running through Labor Day. We got a chance to talk to Jansen and see his massive creations up close and in action.
Dan Gelbart, a Vancouver-based electrical engineer, helped create a company called Creo, which Kodak bought in 2005 for roughly $1 billion. If you read Gelbart's short autobiography here, you can learn about the arc of his career:
Satellites used to be the exclusive playthings of rich governments and wealthy corporations. But increasingly, as space becomes more democratized, these sophisticated technologies are coming within reach of ordinary people.
Vamos falar de coisa boa, de programa espacial que funciona? Um grupo de estudantes da Universidade da Califórnia esnobou a NASA e a SpaceX e construíram o primeiro motor de foguete 100% feito em impressão 3D. E sim, ele voa!
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