Teen inventor Charalampos Ioannou from Greece has developed an exoskeleton glove that helps disabled users pick up everyday objects. The achievement earned him one of 15 spots on the International Google Science Fair competition.
Wireless power. It’s less sci-fi sounding than it once was, thanks to induction charging like that based on the Qi standard, but that’s still a tech that essentially requires contact, if not incredibly close proximity.
The Spanish scientists who developed it are calling it the 'Terminator' Polymer — and for good reason. Like the T-1000 blown to bits, it can spontaneously and independently repair itself without any outside intervention.
Tour the Wondrous, Hand-Cranked World of a Modern-Day da Vinci Gizmodo Somerville's brain and homestead alike are seemingly bursting at the seams with countless quirky gadgets, which he refers to as "rustic automata." In an era where consumer...