Gone are the days a leaking water pipe meant ripping up meters of pipe to locate the problem. The brilliant scientists at MIT have the answer, in the form of a robot, of course. The new robot, PipeGuard, can find a leak in any pipe material using pressure sensors and onboard locating equipment to locate
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The US successfully tested its missile defense system in the wake of rising tensions with North Korea. So what exactly are they testing? It is a system called Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (commonly referred to as THAAD). The system detects missiles using radar, deploys an interceptor, and destroys them. THAAD can intercept an identified
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Meet RYNO, an all-electric ‘micro cycle’. Or more specifically a one-wheeled motorbike. Yes, you heard it right. The RYNO is the end of a challenge set by the designer’s daughter who asked her dad if he could make her a motorbike just like the one in her favorite video game. Six years later the engineer,
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The US Navy has teamed up with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory to develop and 3D print a proof-of-concept submersible. The collaborative team was set the challenge to design, print and assemble the vehicle in just 4 weeks and they have achieved just that. The team from the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) and Carderock
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The Lego Boost set by Lego is not just your typical brick-building pack. After putting the Lego pieces together, players can begin a whole level of creative and fun activities by being able to code or program the brick toy. Lego Boost is particularly designed to familiarize children with coding concepts and develop their computational
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Did you know the USA has four Doomsday Planes? These are militarized Boeing 747-200’s that are intended to act as mobile command platforms in the event of catastrophic events like a nuclear attack. Yeah we know, nice thought right? These aircraft are highly sophisticated jets with one sole task, to maintain communications for civil and
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IBM researchers and Sony have successfully developed a sputtered magnetic tape prototype technology that can potentially store 330 terabytes of uncompressed data into a small cartridge package. This record-breaking storage capacity technology is foreseen to continue reducing its size in the generations to come. Innovating the magnetic tape storage technology IBM researchers, in collaboration with
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The US Navy had two big wins last week, first The USS Gerald R. Ford completed its maiden successful launch and recovery of a fighter jet. Secondly, the launch tested the new Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System or EMALS for the first time. On July 28, an F/A-18F Super Hornet was launched from the flight deck
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Imagine a universal controller that works across ALL of your devices and with every video game ever made. Imagine no more. The All-Controller is here. Well almost. The Kickstarter campaign to turn this idea into a reality is up and running. The All-Controller, is exactly that, a controller that works with (almost) everything. Universal controllers
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Elon Musk’s Hyperloop One plans at times felt like a literal pipe dream. Delayed starts, underwhelming low-speed testing and cryptic Instagram posts from Musk didn’t show much of the promoted plans for the future’s most efficient form of travel. A new video from Hyperloop One finally details the biggest progress to date for the company.
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