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Over the last few years, we've been keeping tabs on a cooling system developed by a team led by Professor Shanhui Fan at Stanford University that draws thermal heat from a building and beams it into space through a process called radiative cooling – all without requiring any external power source. Now the researchers have paired this technology with a solar panel, designing a system with t
It was just last year that we heard about the Plimp, a sort of plane/blimp/helicopter hybrid drone manufactured by Egan Airships. As was hinted at then, the Seattle-based company has now officially announced that it's working on a passenger-carrying variant known as the Model J... Continue Reading Planned hybrid airship will combine aspects of planes, blimps and helicopters Category: Airc
One of the main methods of producing hydrogen for fuel cells is to use artificial photosynthesis to split water into hydrogen and oxygen, but these devices still suffer from some efficiency issues. Now a new hybrid device may be able to recover some of the energy that would otherwise go to waste, by producing both hydrogen and electricity... Continue Reading Hybrid cell turns sunlight and
The new top of the line "Hyper-GT" car from McLaren is here, ready to split opinions as efficiently as it splits the air. With an odd three-seat arrangement and a 1,036-hp (773-kW) hybrid powertrain, the Speedtail is an ultra-slippery, 250-mph (402-km/h) grand tourer with some extraordinary tricks up its sleeve... Continue Reading 25 years on, McLaren launches radical, wind-sculpted hybrid
Camera manufacturers have been utilizing different types of autofocus systems in modern digital cameras. If you’d like a primer on how each one works, here’s a fantastic 18-minute video by tech tester Gerald Undone that will bring you up to speed.Gerald examines the systems in three cameras: the Canon EOS R with its Dual Pixel AF, the Sony a7 III with its hybrid phase-detection, and t
Back in 2014, we heard how scientists from Germany's Fraunhofer Institute for Wood Research had developed a wood-based foam that could be used as eco-friendly insulation. Now, they've combined it with metal to create a composite that has a much wider range of potential applications... Continue Reading Hybrid foam combines strengths of wood and metal Category: Materials Tags: F
French automaker Peugeot has launched two new plug-in hybrid gasoline engines for use in production vehicles. The new engines will be available in the Peugeot 3008 SUV along with the all-new Peugeot 508 and 508 SW, optimizing power output and fuel efficiency balance... Continue Reading Peugeot unveils two new plug-in hybrid engines Category: Automotive Tags: Peugeot P
the bizarre pieces combine traditional teapots, cups and saucers with human body parts such as fingers, open mouths, and tongues. The post human body parts emerge from ronit baranga’s hybrid ceramic tableware appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
It's been a little over three years now since the cult-favorite Ricoh GR compact camera series received a new model. Today, though, the company has some news which is going to delight Ricoh GR fans and Pentaxians alike. The Ricoh GR III is on its way, sporting an overhauled imaging pipeline, plus more than a few goodies inherited from the Pentax brand. Currently in development and slated to
$(document).ready(function() { SampleGalleryV2({"containerId":"embeddedSampleGallery_0944232579","galleryId":"0944232579","isEmbeddedWidget":true,"selectedImageIndex":0,"isMobile":false}) });After years of speculation and a month of teasers, Nikon has lifted the curtain on its new Z-series full-frame mirrorless system. The system will initially comprise two bodies – the flagship Z 7 and midrange


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