The height of clouds changes by up to 200m during a day under the influence of a global "electrical heartbeat" in the atmosphere.
Today on Engineering Newswire, brought to you by Interpower, we're building trikes with BMW engines, separating Oreos with scrap parts, and designing Titanic II, because, you know, that's necessary. This episode features...
This week on WDD's Hotspot: Thalmic Labs has introduced its wearable gesture-controlled arm band -- Myo, which is capable of measuring electrical activity in muscle movements instantly, providing a seamless way to wirelessly control video games, phones, and other digital devices.
Today on Engineering Newswire, Brought to you by PTC, we're building robotic hands that feel, studying shark suckers to make adhesives, and developing flexible electronics that read your brain. This episode features....
A major conflict between the region's two largest economies would not only impose a harsh dilemma on U.S. diplomats, but also have a significant impact on the entire global economy. It is in every nation's best interest that the Chinese and Japanese settle their territorial dispute peacefully.
In this episode of Engineering Update, brought to you by Mouser Electronics (www.mouser.com): Researchers at the University of Michigan are studying cockroaches in order to advance robotic technology. A 3D wearable, wireless, thumb-activated, space recognition, Bluetooth 4.0 low-energy protocol mouse called Mycestro.
Craig Underwood of Surrey Space Centre, University of Surrey, gives his talk titled 'The Micro/Nano-Satellite Revolution'. Recorded at NPL on 19 February 2013.
Les Thomaidis shows and explains the calibration rack at the Agilent Melbourne Standards Lab that is used to "calibrate the calibrators". This is where other calibration labs send their multimeter and oscilloscope calibrators to get calibrated.
This week on Engineering Newswire, we're drilling holes in Mars, talking into our shoes, and driving robots with moths. This episode is brought to you by Smalley Steel Ring Company, the exclusive manufacturer of Spirolox Retaining Rings and Smalley Wave Springs for more than 50 years.
In the latest episode of ECN 's Engineering Update, brought to you by Mouser Electronics (http://www.mouser.com): In case you were looking for a more dramatic way to steal competitive data or hack Facebook accounts, a build-it-yourself quadrocopter, called Crazyflie, is now available.
Today on Engineering Newswire, brought to you by Interpower, the premier supplier of power system components for worldwide markets, we're crafting magic arms, building Tony Stark's cyber-weapon, and 3D printing for the BioCurious. This episode features...
There's always been rumors of an iWatch, for some reason, and the rumors got stronger. I thought things were going the way of Google Glasses but I guess watches are the way of the world now?
"The core stage of NASA's Space Launch System -- America's new flagship rocket -- has successfully completed a major technical review by meeting system requirements within acceptable risk, and fell within schedule and budget constraints.
TWIE 130: Land Mine Sweeper that Blows in the Wind. This Week in Engineering - Asteroid pulling to lunar orbit; spiked space rovers; dandelion-inspired anti-mine device; robots sterilize hospital rooms; graves with QR codes; and printable record albums.
Today on Engineering Newswire, brought to you by Interpower, the premier supplier of power system components for worldwide markets, we’re sending spikey little spacecraft to Martian moons, building a creepy little robot toddler, and moving one step closer to robotic telepresence. This episode features: