Hoverbikes have been the longtime fascination of sci-fi films and television programs. That being said, these transportation devices were always the product of fantasy and not available for actual consumer purchase.
That is, until now… and for $150,000.
It’s cool to imagine commuting to work every day on something you can put in a tote bag and doesn’t make you sweat carrying into the office. However, once you actually start using it, it’s probably not as good as it looks.
As someone suffers from Rubik’s cube block for years, I can relate to Takashi Kaburagi’s drive to build a self-solving one.
It took two years, some engineering skills and a lot of code to have the Rubik’s cube robot.
No, this is not a visual effect or one of the hacks you see on Instagram claiming to help you get more followers. LeviZen’s machine keeps water or similar liquid in the air by using two identical sound waves, similar to the magnetic levitation.
The holiday season is coming up, and the travel part is something a lot of us can do without. Panasonic’s Wear Space comes just in time to keep your ears and sight comfortable away from fighting couples and crying babies.
Imagine the darkest-dark that you could think of… absolute pitch black where nothing is distinguishable by sight. What if this pure absence of light could be applied to an object? With Vantablack, this seemingly impossible idea becomes reality.
There is something about the flowing motion tends to calm people down. The Mezmoglobe reminds us of a mini waterfall. One quick spin, the flowing illusion is indeed mesmerizing. We can stare and watch it all day especially when it gets stressful in the office.