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Rocket launch highlights for ULA Delta IV Medium+1m20s

Rocket launch highlights for ULA Delta IV Medium+

A United Launch Alliance Delta IV Medium+ 5,4 rocket lifts off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station's Space Launch Complex 37. The video is a mix of live shots from Cape Canaveral's Exploration Tower, as well as remote videos placed at the Cape's SLC-37. So cool!

Incredible launch and landing of SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket2m26s

Incredible launch and landing of SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket

Space, the final frontier. As technology gets more and more advanced, you can expect to see a surge in rockets going to space. Before you know it, human civilization will begin to be able to go out into space for a trip, and even colonize other planets. Isn't that just insane? Technology just gets cooler and cooler each day! Here we have the highlights from the launch of the Falcon 9 rocket by SpaceX. It was launched from the Kennedy Space Center, in its Launch Complex 39A in Florida. Watch as this rocket ascends into the sky to music. The purpose of this mission is to gather intelligence and to relay it back to the headquarters on Earth. Everyday there is a new advancement in some kind technology, and collectively, all those advancements can lead to something awesome, just like the launch of this rocket. Check out the highlights for the launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Kennedy Space Center's Launch Complex 39A in Florida. Amazing!

Gunrunner85
Published: June 6, 2017Updated: June 7, 2017661 views
Real-life Iron Man flies at 30mph!49s

Real-life Iron Man flies at 30mph!

We've all heard of Iron Man and his tales. Tony Stark's famous suit has become a phenomenon for fans and scientists alike. Although the movie portrayed a super suit which can fly, obviously it was all just show. That suit got engineers thinking, and it didn't take long to take action. Several people have tried to replicate the suit for real, with little success. Until now. As the suit develops and Richard's ability increases, we find him here soaring at 30mph over a 500m stretch. Richard said he might have let out an involuntary 'whoop' while turning! Gravity is a British human propulsion technology start-up with a mission to re-imagine the future of manned flight. Epic! Would you ever give this a go? The future is here, and this suit can only get more and more realistic as time goes on. From dream, to a reality! How awesome is that? Check out this real-life Iron Man!

What does a $565,000 watch look like? 18s

What does a $565,000 watch look like?

The Greubel Forsey GMT takes 4-5 months to assemble and a further 5-6 months to test everything. The result? A mind-blowing $565,000 watch!

NeezerD
Published: March 23, 2017Updated: March 24, 20171,168 views
Researchers in Egypt turn prawns into plastic49s

Researchers in Egypt turn prawns into plastic

Researchers at Egypt's Nile University are developing a way to turn dried shrimp shells into biodegradable plastic in a bid to make environmentally-friendly grocery bags. Credit to Reuters.

Reuters
Published: March 3, 201715 views
Introducing Handle1m37s

Introducing Handle

Introducing Handle Handle is a research robot that stands 6.5 ft tall, travels at 9 mph and jumps 4​ ​feet vertically. ​It uses electric power to operate both electric and hydraulic actuators, with a range of about 15 miles on one battery charge. ​​​Handle uses many of the same dynamics, balance and mobile manipulation principles​ found in the quadruped and biped robots we build, but with only about 10 actuated joints, it is significantly less complex. Wheels are efficient on flat surfaces while legs can go almost anywhere: by combining wheels and legs Handle can have the best of both worlds.

relaxonline
Published: February 28, 2017Updated: March 1, 2017156 views
Ricoh Theta 360 Camera | 360 degree camera review | Video with 360 degree camera2m14s

Ricoh Theta 360 Camera | 360 degree camera review | Video with 360 degree camera

Ricoh Theta 360 Camera | 360 degree camera review | Video with 360 degree camera Http://gg.gg/mediamarkt RICOH THETA S # 360 Degrees # Cameras Black Product details for RICOH THETA S 360 Degree Camera Black It is a model with high features that catches beauties with all surprises like 360 ​​°. A breathtaking feeling of being that allows you to feel the beauty you can see and to feel "right there, right there". Record your memories in live, high-resolution 360 ° worlds from still images to long films (up to 25 minutes in length). The new RICOH THETA S offers you even higher quality performance. It is a model with high features that catches beauties with all surprises like 360 ​​°. A breathtaking feeling of being that allows you to feel the beauty you can see and to feel "right there, right there". Record your memories in live, high-resolution 360 ° worlds from still images to long films (up to 25 minutes in length). The new RICOH THETA S offers you even higher quality performance. RICOH THETA S 360 Degree Camera Black Device type Product Type: Camera Product number: 1170416 You ask Video Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Total resolution: 14 megapixel Sensor size: 1 / 2.3 inch Sensor Type: CMOS x2 Lens Equivalent focus distance with 35 mm camera: 10 cm Maximum Aperture: F 2.0 Functions Photo function: Yeah Closing Shutter Speed: 1/8000 sec Links Links: Micro-USB, micro HDMI Closing Color: Black Weight: 125 g general features Dimensions (WxHxD) / Weight: - / 125 g Special Qualities: Shooting Modes: Auto, Shutter Priority, ISO Priority * 5d, Manual Video: Auto Live Stream: Auto, Exposure compensation -2.0 - +2.0 EV, 1/3 EV step, ISO sensitivity 100 - 1600 Battery Technology: Li-Ion Manufacturer's Guarantee: 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty Origin: China

relaxonline
Published: February 16, 2017Updated: February 17, 201710 views
Robot drone mimics real-life bat1m24s

Robot drone mimics real-life bat

Scientists at the California Institute of Technology and the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign design a drone based on the complex wing structure of bats. Jim Drury has more. Credit to Reuters.

Reuters
Published: February 6, 201712 views
Lego-built machine solves Rubik's Cube1m30s

Lego-built machine solves Rubik's Cube

This homemade machine built with Lego Mindstorms, Raspberry Pi, and BrickPi, uses the Kociemba two-phase algorithm to completely solve a Rubik's cube all on its own. Unreal!

fgeorg
Published: February 1, 2017Updated: February 2, 201721,614 viewsVirality: 3%
New Spacesuit Unveiled for Starliner Astronauts36s

New Spacesuit Unveiled for Starliner Astronauts

Astronauts heading into orbit aboard Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft will wear lighter and more comfortable spacesuits than earlier versions. The suit capitalizes on historical designs, meets NASA requirements for safety and functionality, while introducing cutting-edge innovations. Boeing unveiled its spacesuit design Wednesday as the company continues to move toward flight tests of its Starliner spacecraft and launch systems that will fly astronauts to the International Space Station.

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Published: January 26, 2017Updated: January 27, 201711 views
Car parks could become the 'lungs of the city'2m06s

Car parks could become the 'lungs of the city'

Sucking polluted air out of car parks can lead to significant reductions in the presence of deadly fine particles in the atmosphere, says a Dutch company. It has joined forces with university researchers to simulate how mobile air purification units could help car parks and municipal buildings act as "lungs of the city". Jim Drury reports. Credit to Reuters.

Reuters
Published: January 26, 20175 views
Robot Learns To Flip Pancake (fail)1m39s

Robot Learns To Flip Pancake (fail)

Instead of making robots that can do certain tasks, it’s better to make a robot capable of learning new skills. Here a man teaches a one armed robot to flip a pancake. It takes some time, but soon our little metal friend learns pretty well.

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Published: January 18, 2017Updated: January 20, 201734 views
Real life prosthetic hand inspired by video game59s

Real life prosthetic hand inspired by video game

Several months ago Armatus Designs received a commission to create a functional prosthetic hand based off of the Phantom Pain hand used in Metal Gear Solid 5. This was for a client who was born without a left hand and grew tired of his standard claw style prosthetic, but didn't want to shell out thousands of dollars for a motorized medical grade prosthetic. The goal was to create something durable, functional and useful on a budget. This is the result!

armatusdesigns
Published: January 5, 2017Updated: January 12, 20178,011 views
The Robot That Probably Faster Than You57s

The Robot That Probably Faster Than You

It's almost impossible to beat this robot in the pinball. In Saney, he takes 300 pictures and follows the ball. Faster and stronger than a human ...

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Published: January 7, 2017Updated: January 9, 201711 views
Razer Announces World's First 3 Displayed Laptops for Players43s

Razer Announces World's First 3 Displayed Laptops for Players

The multi-screens which become indispensable for those who like to play games on the desktop computers now appear to be confronted with lap-tops. Razer has unveiled Project Valerie, which is still in concept phase at CES 2017.

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Published: January 7, 2017Updated: January 9, 201733 views
'Phantom Pain' prosthetic hand from 3D printer5m31s

'Phantom Pain' prosthetic hand from 3D printer

Several months ago Armatus Designs received a commission to create a functional prosthetic hand based off of the Phantom Pain hand used in Metal Gear Solid 5. This was for a client who was born without a left hand and grew tired of his standard claw style prosthetic, but didn't want to shell out thousands of dollars for a motorized medical grade prosthetic. The goal was to create something durable, functional and useful on a budget. The client has very little left of his wrist, meaning the standard active grip system on other 3D printed prosthetics wouldn't work for him, so they designed a passive grip system using retention springs. This allows the fingers to auto-adjust to whatever object they are gripping, and only requires user input to actually open the grip, which is done by pulling the knob at the rear of the forearm section. All 5 fingers normally open and close at once, but there is also a detachable ring connected to the main knob which articulates just the index finger, which can be locked in place to allow greater usability in actions such as typing and pressing buttons.

armatusdesigns
Published: January 5, 2017Updated: January 9, 20177,064 views