On the current drone market you have a wide range of variety. Some have full blown jet engines and can fly 500 miles per hour on a height of 50.000 feet. Others use batteries to turn their propellers on. Most of them require pilots even though they may sit in a control-room 5.000 miles away. Others are autonomous. In this article we dive deeper in the world of (mobile operated) drones and what the future holds in petto for them.
Nowadays we don’t stand still with the development of LED lighting, because it’s in allot of daily applications such as the back-lighting in many laptops, tablets and naturally smartphones. This widely popular invention got the 2014 Nobel prize in physics awarded to Japanese scientists; I. Akasaki, H. Amano and S. Nakamura. LED lighting is durable and energy efficient. However why is it that people haven’t switched from conventional lighting to LED’s? In this article we answers this and what possibilities lies ahead for future LED applications.
In the first quarter of 2016 Dropbox has about 500 million active users. Meaning, that almost every household in the USA could have a big file cabbed in the sky, which is accessible at any moment of the day on the internet. One big file cabbed with your vacation photo’s, work presentations and word documents or your instructions for your daily game-play on Wow. And active internet users make (often) frequent use of these seemly free cloud computer services.
In some conversations today you hear a term called ”nanotechnology”. Also casually translated as a dense technology on a very small scale. But allot of people nowadays aren’t aware that this technology is already on the current market. Let alone that it’s listed in more than 2000 commercially available consumer products. In this article we’re …
One of the trends at this moment is the 3D printing technique. This is also called Additive Manufacturing, Rapid Prototyping or Rapid Manufacturing. In ”Modifying your own 3dimensional objects” we’re going to look at the 101 on 3D printing.