Have you ever dreamed of taking to the skies piloting an airplane only for your dreams to be crushed after realizing how expensive it is to get a pilot& 39;s license and own or rent an airplane? You& 39;re certainly not alone.Experiencing the power of flight anywhere other than the passenger seat is no cheap task.
May 07, 2014If there are two things that electronic engineers enjoy, it’s technology and beer! This project here is the best of both worlds. Featuring a 32x12 LED grid, twenty RGB cup detecting pods, two automatic ball washers, VU meter mode and a wireless interface, this beer pong table has it all! Image Source: Instructables The table is completely water/beer proof thanks to the 2’x8’ Lexan sheet protecting the electronics on the table and it even has four cup holders that have been outfitted with LED rings on each side of the table.
The highly-anticipated building is part of the mega Raffles City Chongqing project.June 08, 2020If you have a fear of heights, this might be a good time to look at away. China& 39;s impressive Raffles City Chongqing construction is still ongoing, however, the complex& 39;s & 34;horizontal skyscraper& 34;, the Crystal, has opened to the public.
Amazon plans to launch 3,236 internet-carrying satellites as part of Project Kuiper after achieving FCC permission, in a project set to contest the fleet of SpaceX& 39;s Starlink satellites, according to a document published on the FCC& 39;s website.RELATED: ELON MUSK CLAIMS STARLINK SATELLITES WON& 39;T IMPACT ASTRONOMY, BUT RESEARCH SAYS OTHERWISEAmazon wins FCC approval for Project KuiperAmazon — which Jeff Bezos founded in 1995 — finalized a major victory this week when it was granted regulatory approval to move forward with Kuiper, a fleet of 3,236 internet-carrying satellites, reports Business Insider.
February 01, 2016Researchers have discovered a process that takes Carbon Dioxide (CO2) from the air and converts it into methanol (CH3OH) with the help of a homogeneous catalyst. By the way, the idea of converting CO2 into methane is not particularly new. What these scientists did was that they found a catalyst - metal ruthenium - that makes the reaction much faster and this is something that has never been done before.
Some good news amidst the crisis.March 16, 2020When supply chains fall short during a pandemic, lives are at stake. Additive manufacturing is struggling to keep up as the coronavirus numbers keep increasing. However, luckily for some coronavirus patients in Italy, 3D printing came to their rescue.A Northern Italian hospital in Brescia, one of the worst hit areas in coronavirus-stricken Italy, ran out of replacement valves for a reanimation device as the supplier had run out and was unable to procure any at short notice.