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Google co-founder fuels flying car labs: report

Google co-founder fuels flying car labs: report

Google co-founder Larry Page has secretly poured more than $100 million into building flying cars, Bloomberg reported Thursday. Page has backed Zee.Aero while striving to keep his involvement hidden, according to the report that cited unnamed sources described as having intimate knowledge of the flying car startup launched in 2010. “Based in the heart of Silicon Valley, Zee is developing ... Read More »

Everything We Know About The Tesla Model 3!

Everything We Know About The Tesla Model 3!

The entry-level Tesla Model 3 sedan is coming this month, and it’s not just supposed to transform the future of the company, it’s supposed to transform the electric car into a bit player for the sybaritic and the techno-weirdos into a clean vehicle for the masses. Here’s everything we know. And also some stuff we can only guess at. But ... Read More »

FINALIST OF THE YOUNG DESIGNER OF THE YEAR AWARD 2016

FINALIST OF THE YOUNG DESIGNER OF THE YEAR AWARD 2016

Marlene Ratajska’s Young Designer of the Year Award entry features clear sides to encourage guests to interact with the surrounding sea. The upper deck houses the owner’s suite and owner’s deck, both of which have the best views from the yacht thanks to the glass walls. Below, on the main deck, lies the dining area and teppanyaki grill aft, with ... Read More »

Watch a Robot Salamander Swim and Walk

Watch a Robot Salamander Swim and Walk

A new salamander robot has been designed that can walk, swim and turn around corners. The new salamander-inspired bot is helping scientists understand exactly how the spinal cord orchestrates movement. “We want to make spinal cord models and validate them on robots. Here we want to start simple,” Auke Ijspeert, a roboticist at the the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology at ... Read More »

How Robots Are Building a 3D-Printed Metal Bridge in Amsterdam

How Robots Are Building a 3D-Printed Metal Bridge in Amsterdam

he quaint, cobblestoned city of Amsterdam is about to get a modern addition: a 3D-printed footbridge. The canal-spanning bridge, which is on track to be completed by 2017, is the brainchild of MX3D, a tech startup based in the Dutch capital. The bridge will be constructed entirely by robots that can “print” complex steel objects in midair. The autonomous bots are ... Read More »