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Boeing has begun production of the “real-as-it-gets” ground-based training system (GBTS) flight simulator of the US Air Force's new T-7A Red Hawk training jet. For immersive realism, each unit features dynamic motion seats and the Boeing Constant Resolution Visual System’s 8K native projectors, which have 16 times the resolution of a 1080p high-definition video screen.Continue ReadingCategory: Mi
kengo kuma's studio shizukuishi gives grand seiko watchmakers an enhanced working environment, and opens up potential for future production. The post kengo kuma presents studio shizukuishi for the production of grand seiko watches appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Scientists studying the mechanisms behind cellular stress and its effects on aging have found success in reversing cognitive decline in mice using an experimental drug. The findings not only bode well for further study of aging and its effects in human subjects, but sheds light on a growing list of conditions thought to be spurred on by chronic stress of this type.Continue ReadingCategory: Medica
Among the many negative health outcomes that may be driven by changes to our gut microbiome is poor sleep, with recent research uncovering links between it and alterations to the community of bacteria living in our bellies. A new study out of Japan’s University of Tsukuba is shining yet more light on this relationship, describing how depleted diversity of microbes in the gut can led to disrupted
A fascinating new study, published in the prestigious journal Nature Communications, is shedding light on a previously unknown mechanism by which a hormone released from the gut in the hours after eating effectively switches off the body’s fat production processes. The research also found this regulatory mechanism is defective in obese mice and human patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver diseas
Back in July, Jeep debuted a concept vehicle called the Wrangler Rubicon 392. Engineers at Fiat Chrysler had worked out how to stuff Dodge’s big 6.4-liter Hemi engine into the Wrangler while keeping the Jeep’s legendary off-road capabilities intact. The concept was a hit with fans and the press, plus we noted that it looked very production-ready.Continue ReadingCategory: Automotive, TransportTags
Earlier this year we saw Mercedes-AMG roll out its most powerful V8 ever, the GT Black Series, and the automaker has wasted little time in showing what it can do. While street legal, the 4-liter twin turbo was designed to do its business primarily on the racetrack, and having just rounded the Nürburgring Nordschleife faster than any production car before it, business appears to be pretty good.Con
Late last month, a new e-mobility company was formed from a skunkworks project at Harley-Davidson and showed off a striking one-off prototype. Now Serial 1 has officially announced its first four production models.Continue ReadingCategory: Bicycles, TransportTags: Harley Davidson, ebikes, Pedal-assisted, Last-mile transport, Recreational, Electric Bicycle
BMW's wacky Concept Link electric scooter from 2017 is within a few months of becoming a super futuristic-looking production bike, and this new Definition CE 04 is the last time we'll see it without mirrors and a license plate.Continue ReadingCategory: Motorcycles, TransportTags: BMW, Scooter, Concept Motorcycles, Electric Vehicles, Electric Motorcycles
Korg has today unleashed the Nautilus performance synthesizer and workstation, which harnesses the power of its flagship Kronos system, but is presented in a more streamlined packaged designed for musicians, songwriters and producers.Continue ReadingCategory: Music, TechnologyTags: Synthesizer, Digital music, recording, Production, Workstation, Instrument, Korg


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