3D Printed Virtual Reality Goggles

3D Printed Virtual Reality Goggles

New graphene framework bridges gap between traditional capacitors, batteries

New graphene framework bridges gap between traditional capacitors, batteries

Could hemp nanosheets topple graphene for making the ideal supercapacitor?

Editing tool lets you manipulate 3D objects in 2D photos

Editing tool lets you manipulate 3D objects in 2D photos

model manipulation in images

Squink - the personal electronic circuit factory

Squink - the personal electronic circuit factory

BotFactory is raising funds for Squink - the personal electronic circuit factory on Kickstarter! Create circuit boards in minutes, from home, at the cost of a cup of coffee - Squink prints conductive ink and assembles your circuit.

Instructables User Utilizes 3D Printing to Etch Copper Circuit Boards

Instructables User Utilizes 3D Printing to Etch Copper Circuit Boards

Robot Made of Shrinky-Dink Polymer Folds Itself in 4 Minutes

Robot Made of Shrinky-Dink Polymer Folds Itself in 4 Minutes

Robot assembles itself using Shrinky Dinks (VIDEO)

Charging with ultrasound: uBeam has functional prototype

Charging with ultrasound: uBeam has functional prototype

NASA engineer set to complete first 3-D-printed space cameras

NASA engineer set to complete first 3-D-printed space cameras

By the end of September, NASA aerospace engineer Jason Budinoff is expected to complete the first imaging telescopes ever assembled almost exclusively from components.

An NMR Chip The Size of a Seed

An NMR Chip The Size of a Seed

Together with a small permanent magnet, the chip could enable cheap NMR analysis in factories and clinics

Artificial retina: Physicists develop an interface to the optical nerve

Artificial retina: Physicists develop an interface to the optical nerve

Squidgy 'click-e-bricks' will let robots fix themselves

Squidgy 'click-e-bricks' will let robots fix themselves

From blocks to bots <i>(Image: S. Morin, Harvard University)</i>

The Hackaday Prize

The Hackaday Prize

The Hackaday Prize Build Something That Matters and win a Space Trip

Team developing wearable tech for disease monitoring

Team developing wearable tech for disease monitoring

A new wearable vapor sensor being developed at the University of Michigan could one day offer continuous disease monitoring for patients with diabetes, high blood pressure, anemia or lung disease.

Absolutely fabulist: The computer program that writes fables

Absolutely fabulist: The computer program that writes fables

iRobot Discount Best Price RoombaI, for one, welcome our new robot overlords. > Welcome to the age of the drone by ArshyMann Household Robot - ** BARGAIN!

3-D printing helps designers build a better brick

3-D printing helps designers build a better brick

Researchers from Cornell University are using additive printing to manufacture complex ceramic bricks which can be assembled without mortar.

Robotic suit gives shipyard workers super strength

Robotic suit gives shipyard workers super strength

Exoskeleton aids for workers are starting to move into the workplace. Last year, Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering tested robotic exoskeletons that give the wearer enhanced strength. Much of the work at the Daewoo shipyards is already car.

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