Bike lovers rejoice! As the folding electric smart bike of the future is here. Lightweight and minimalistic, the Gi FlyBike folds up in just one second.
The concept of neon is already an incredible feat, considering what you are witnessing; which is electricity ionizing a combination of gases (including Neon) in a closed tube to expel a phosphorescent light.
This year has been hot for exploratory endeavors. We have found flowing water on Mars, a GIANT black hole that literally laughs at the sun, and received some visual insight on the moons orbiting the furthest (dwarf) planet in our solar system.
What is engineering? Engineering is the practical application of science and math to solve problems, and it is everywhere in the world around you.
The first automobiles to be called Bugatti came under the Automobiles Ettore Bugatti emblem, made by their namesake, starting back in 1909.
We are so used to the natural movements of our bodies that we often forget to think about what life is like for those people who have physical limitations to these same movements.
Children nowadays are far more tech savvy then most of us will ever learn how to be, and their minds are constantly stimulated by their electronic games.
[Image source: Wired.com] Google’s prototype of their very first self-driving car, is not impressive at first sight.
The latest innovation in children’s creative studies was originated by a culture that is constantly challenging itself to rethink standards in branding and push boundaries in design.
The BAIC EV150 (Pic: BAIC) Chinese company Beijing Automotive Industry Holding Co (BJEV), part of BAIC International Corporation, has opened its first research and development center outside China, the BAIC EV R&D Center in Silicon Valley, California, which opened officially on August 21st.
Just when you thought playgrounds where just for fun and games, Studio PSK repurposes the playground atmosphere for an array of sonic amusement.
No, none of these shots have been photo-shopped or altered and no, you are not tripping on LSD. The incredible video below captures time-lapsed footage of ice crystals as they begin to melt.
The British architect Laura Clark made a grand renovation on a property by transforming an abandoned public restroom into an incredible private home.
The Nobel Prize for Medicine and Physiology 2015 was awarded today to scientists William C. Campbell (Ireland) and Satoshi Omura (Japan) for creating a new treatment to combat diseases caused by roundworm parasites and to Youyou Tu (Chinese) for developing a new treatment for malaria. The first two winners will share half of the 8 million Swedish Krona prize (US$ 963,000), while Tu will get the other half.
We have seen images of NASA’s Apollo missions before, but we have definitely NEVER seen anything like this.
Researchers at the University of Texas developed a type of “filter” capable of blocking light and heat passing through the glass of a window.
The Delta Flume will officially be the world’s largest artificial wave generator by October 5th. Located at the Deltares Research Institute, Netherlands, the wave generator is a massive concrete tank boasting some 300 meters in length, 9.5 meters in depth and 5 meters in width.
Just when you had your mind blown by the miracle that is 3D printing, recent advancements in the technology have just made this form of production even more unfathomable.
A good ice-breaker can be hard to come by. When meeting new people at a party or trying to penetrate some of the densest surfaces in the Antarctic.
[Trinity 50 charging an iPhone (Pic by Janulus)] Icelanders Einar and Agust Agustssohn have come up with a great new idea for personal and portable energy generation – small-scale wind turbines that can be used to power all sorts of gadgets from smartphones to cameras to tablets while also being able to lower domestic energy costs at home.