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Jet suits, jetpacks, jetboards ... The new range of crazy personal flight devices all share some things in common: plenty of people would love to fly one, very few have the cash to own one, and even fewer can probably be trusted to fly them safely and legally.Continue ReadingCategory: Military, TechnologyTags: Gravity (company), Jetpack, Personal Flight, Crazy
Shell is an ultra-versatile, multi-size backpack with a lightweight, weatherproof, yet minimalist design. It is designed to meet modern-day travelers’ needs, from your daily journey to work to long-distance hikes across the country. Shell is a backpack for a lifetime. The post ‘shell’ by lúcid design is a backpack revolutionized to suit modern day needs appeared first on designboom |
Drew MacCallum is Canon’s Technical Advisor and one of my go-to resources for complicated camera questions. I also happen to follow him on Instagram, which is where I noticed he started posting some stellar bird photos. After seeing a plethora of incredible images make it to his feed, I decided to reach out to MacCallum to ask him about his art, which is the first time we’ve started a
To get the best from HDR10+ on a living room TV, you may have to dim the lights. But Samsung's next batch of QLED televisions will support a new optimization feature that will adjust the viewing experience to cater for varying lighting conditions.Continue ReadingCategory: Home Entertainment, TechnologyTags: HDR, Samsung, QLED, CES 2021, Television
He flew too close to the sun. French extreme sports athlete Vince Reffet has died after a jet suit training incident in the desert near Dubai. The 36-year-old was the second person on the planet to fly Yves Rossi’s Jetman flight suit.Continue ReadingCategory: Aircraft, TransportTags: Jetman Yves Rossy, Yves Rossy, Personal Flight
When it comes to tracking an athlete's performance, a single wearable sensor doesn't always provide much information, yet multiple hard-wired sensors restrict movement. That's a where a new sensor suit comes in – and it's powered by a smartphone.Continue ReadingCategory: Wearables, TechnologyTags: National University of Singapore, Smart Fabric, NFC
Remember the giant, human-controlled Prosthesis mech suit? We first saw the design back in 2014. It's a 4,000-kg (8,820-lb), 4-meter (13-ft)-tall, chromoly steel-framed monster that uses some 170 kW (225 hp) worth of electric motors, hydraulics, springs and suspension units to move its four giant legs individually in response to the movements of a pilot's limbs.Continue ReadingCategory: Robotics,
this power suit combines human intelligence with machine power by supporting or enhancing the wearer’s movements, thereby reducing the risk of workplace accidents and strain-related illnesses. The post cray x, a smart power suit that supports workers when lifting loads up to 28 kg appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The value of movie memorabilia is invariably linked to the importance of the film it comes from, with key props from the greatest films of all time always bringing auction prices commensurate with their time in the spotlight.Continue ReadingCategory: Collectibles, LifestyleTags: Auction, Julien's Auctions, Space Suit
The motion capture technology that enables the fluid movements of your favorite video game character or lets a coach assess the biomechanics of an elite athlete is incredibly powerful, but requires expensive equipment to recreate the complex movement of subjects in digital form. Scientists at the University of Bath have come up with a much simpler solution, developing a computer model that can di is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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