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‘To Engineer is Human’ video will mesmerise you

This is a video for the “Engineering For You” video contest. It is a compilation video made possible by hundreds, thousands, millions of engineers and people across the globe creating a world none of us could dream possible alone.

New York could get high speed gondolas in the future via East River Skyway

A plan has been proposed to do away with the congestion that the existing transportation system in New York City is causing.

Belgium Brewery Will Build An Underground Beer Pipeline

In order to reduce traffic, the De Halve Maan brewery in Bruges, Belgium, is going to build a ‘pipeline’ that instead of transporting oil or gas through underground pipes, will transport beer.

This machine makes drinking water from thin air

An Israeli startup based in Rishon LeZion has created a portable machine that can literally create drinking water out of thin air.

Berlin Secretary Cabinet is 200 year old desk is packed full of advanced technology

Despite the fact that this Berlin Secretary Cabinet was built during the 19th century and is 200 years old, it is surprisingly packed with many advanced secrets that you would not have thought possible in those days.

Dino Pet: The living lamp that grows brighter the more you care for it

The BioPop Company have come up with a very different and very cool living light/virtual pet by the name of Dino Pet.

12 year old creates a braile printer from Lego

A 7th grade student from Santa Clara, California, has created a braile printer using lego and a few items from the hardware store for a science fair. Shubham Banerjee, 12, created the Braigo by making good use of a $350 Lego Mindstorms EV3 robotics kit and has no plans on selling his invention, he wants to open-source it to the blind and visually impaired all over the world.

Wuppertal Suspension Railway Was The First Ever Suspended Train

A perfect transportation system would be an inexpensive but effective one that would not interfere with other means of transportation.

Star Wars house takes design from movie

Over in South Korea an architectural company by the name of Moon Hoon has come up with a design for a house based on Star Wars.

The Bttn is a single controller for just about everything

The internet has drastically changed how things are done, not only when it comes to the workplace but also in our homes.

Timelapse video shows assembly of Airbus A380 super jumbo jet

Qatar Airways have released a new web video series showing progress of the Airbus A380 as it is being manufactured.

Socialmatic Is The Digital Camera That Will Bring Polaroids Back

Get ready for a revolution. This is how Polaroid introduces their new product. The American company with 75 years of photography history has released the Polaroid Socialmatic, a gadget that fuses the applications of a digital camera with the interactivity of the instant camera in one product resulting in a hipster combination of retro photography and new technology.

Future of Mobility, the stained glass self-driving car

Designer Dominic Wilcox knows how difficult it is when the alarm clock rings off early morning and it’s time once again to make that drive to the office.

3D printed cart helps Turboroo the two-legged puppy get around

When Chihuahua Turboroo was born, the unfortunate puppy had no front legs. If not for some caring people, the little puppy would have definitely lived a difficult life and may not have even survived.

Watch: Rude Goldberg machine cleverly uses the power of light

In what reminds us of the old Honda Rude Goldberg Machine ad, Japanese high-speed optical internet service au Hikari have come up with their very own Rude Goldberg style ad but with a less mechanical approach.

A crutch for the 21st century, the Sit & Stand walking assistant

Crutches, used for taking weight off an injured leg, haven’t much been changed in design since they first arrived on the scene.

5 of the best oddities to come out of the Interbike 2014 show

Interbike 2014, one of the biggest bicycle industry trade shows, took place in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Convention Centre recently and there was a great show of some superb bikes but also some oddities.

iPhone 6 Plus bends in your pocket

“Bendgate” is the term coined on social media recently as reports come in of iPhone 6 Plus owners angered as they discover that the device can bend in your pocket.

Electronic Pain Relievers Contolled By Smartphone

Philips is about to launch a new device controlled by iPhones and iPads, but they do not follow the mainstream gadgets for mobile phones, such as docks or intelligent lighting and sound systems.

Could this dancing traffic light help to improve safety?

Despite being there for your safety many people still ignore the red man at traffic lights and cross early, running the risk of a fatal accident.