3D Systems team members have continued research to allow Derby to walk with a straight back. He can now sit like a real dog! For more information visit:
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Is This What We'll Be Driving In 30 Years BMW's Vision Next 100 concept car might look like someone came to the tires and got a bit confused, but there is definite method to what seems like automotive madness. Developed as a celebration of the BMW Group's centenary, the Vision Next 100 is the company's attempt to take a long-term look at what the car of tomorrow might look like after autonomous drive technology has fundamentally changed automotive design.
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The wearable device which turns gestures into music
A glove which allows you to compose music with gestures has been created by a start-up based in Austin, Texas. The wearable device works on any firm surface and in the air, turning whatever you touch into an instrument. BBC Click's Nick Kwek spoke with Remidi's CEO, Andrea Baldereschi, to find out more. For more information on the start up and there amazing soon to be invention visit there site:
The TF-X™ Terrafugia is excited to premier the new Outer Mold Line for the TF-X™ The TF-X™ is the practical realization of the dream of countless visions of the future; it is designed to be the flying car for all of us. In order to achieve this long-sought-after vision, Terrafugia will focus the TF-X™ program with clear goals that enhance the safety, simplicity, and convenience of personal transportation. We believe these goals are achievable today. Development of the TF-X™
iPhone 7: concept sketch suggests 'liquidmetal' handset could charge wirelessly Designer imagines new phone with full-screen gaming, wireless charging and full water resistance Concept sketches for upcoming iPhones tend to come in two distinct flavours: those that try to imagine what the next generation will actually be and those that simply investigate what it could potentially be.Designer Herman Haidin's drawings definitely fall into the latter category.In a series of sketc