"Work smarter, not harder" should be everyone's mantra. Marek Baczynski certainly abides by it. Why else would he spend hours of trial and error figuring out how to get a drone to change a lightbulb? We can finally add ladders to the list of
All photos: Alex Cranz/EverythingelectronicstoreVirtual reality has never really convinced me it's worth the hassle. The roughly developed attempts so far never seem to justify the awkward hardware or the stomach queasiness. Even after strapping on one of Oculus' early development headsets and seeing something really
Stare deep into this abyss. What you are seeing right now is one of the deepest views into space possible.
Hubble just snagged these shots of galaxy cluster Abell S1063 as the latest addition to its Frontier Fields collection
, which shows us the
Image by Nanyang Technological University and the University of California BerkeleyAn insect army awaits you. A team of engineers has developed a way to remotely control the movement of this beetle in incredible detail, finely tuning its gait, step length and walking speed.
The team of
Image by Patrick Lauke
Opera has just released the latest developer version of its browser, and it has an interesting new feature: It features built-in ad blockers that are claimed to make it faster than other browsers with third-party alternatives.
The company claims that its built-in blockers
In the recent past, the world of technology has welcomed robots that have taken design inspiration from animal, reptiles, insects, or birds. We believe that these robots may probably find a place in the zoo of future. And the latest one to join the
Robotics and AI often get a bad rap for the whole destroyer of the human race
thing. But when you watch a motorized machine help a baby crawl, you can't help put feel like robots aren't so bad after all. And that's exactly the