Managing noise inside aircraft or within any enclosed space for that matter has been a challenge for engineers for a long time. At present, drywall, foam sheets, end-grain balsa like materials are used as sound dampeners. The problems with these solutions are that they don’t absorb sound on the basis of their shape but on … Continue reading How Boeing will use 3d printing to solve the noise problem inside airplane?
Last week, a news article caught me off guard. It disclosed some researchers, from Himachal Pradesh, India, that are in a run to patent a recipe for Mandyali Dham – a traditional community feast. Mulayam Gulgule Kumar, the owner of Krishna Sweets, left me in total surprise this morning again when I found a design … Continue reading An Indian Halwai filed a design patent for Jalebi, wait… what?
This week, USPTO published a patent application by Apple which suggests that Siri will be interconnected to all their devices via a same user profile. Connecting all the devices will help Apple give its user real IoT experience. Apple will be able to control his TV via his Apple Watch, for example. Last year 9to5 … Continue reading This patent will make Siri smarter
No, we are not talking about those water propelled suits. A british startup, Gravity, has just unveiled a jet engine propelled suit that can actually fly. The suit uses 6 miniaturized propulsion engines affixed on hands and legs of a wearer (yes, just like the iron man suit). The inspiration behind the suit is obviously … Continue reading A company just built, patented, and showcased an iron man suit and then disappeared like it was nothing
Before side mirrors, cars had fender mirrors placed on both sides of a bonnet to see the coming traffic. Being at distance, a driver was unable to see the vehicles approaching from behind clearly. Then after some times, automotive industry introduced the side mirrors to solve that problem. The side mirrors were a successor of … Continue reading Why Toyota is considering cameras over mirrors?
Even after several years of Gulf of Mexico disaster, marine life there is still suffering. Thousands of aquatic animals and millions of fishes have died because of oil covering the surface of water. Even though the situation is much less worse than it was earlier, but oil spills are yet to be solved and it will … Continue reading A new biodegradable sponge can free oceans from oils
If Bitcoin is so good, why isn’t everyone using it? Bitcoin, the currency of Internet has become the most interesting currency of our decade. Even though Bitcoin is still a newbie in the world market and doesn’t have much authority yet, it has the potential to dominate the digital exchange worldwide. People like me and … Continue reading Will Bitcoin ever touch the $10k mark?
An Earthquake is the most destructive disaster as it can affect the entire planet with its wrath. And it not giving clues of arrival easily adds to its horror than rest of the disasters. We have seen its several aftermaths. Even I felt the horror once!! And trust me; it’s far more heart-wrenching than I … Continue reading How this once mass criticized method could be next breakthrough in earthquake prediction?
When everything is getting smarter, roads can’t be ignored, whatsoever. What would be the benefit of a smart car like Google driverless car if it has no smart road to drive on? Without them, all smart vehicles are just a piece of an advance technology with creativity. Hence, it’s vital to have smart roads to compliment … Continue reading How these 5 roads of future will remove our dependencies on fossil fuels?
It’s always been a mystery that why our brain uses more than 20% of our body’s energy even when we are not doing any physical or mental activity. Scientists, for a long time, believed this energy generates electrical charge used by neurons to communicate. Recently, however, they discovered that brain uses 90% of this energy … Continue reading Samsung’s Smart Helmets will Make Life Easier for Specially Abled People