Written by Quadrum Lee
September 20, 2019
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01. Electric flying taxi by vertical aerospace.
Earlier this summer, vertical aerospace tested their electric flying taxi completing its first flight ever. Weighing a total of 750 kilograms, the aircraft features 4 rotors and can carry between 2 and 4 passengers. It has a range of 93 miles at a top speed of 186 miles per hour. The company assumes that it aims to launch the air taxi service by 2022. But ought to do it with onboard pilots in order to abide with Aviation Regulations.
02. Rubik’s Cube – 3-second solver
Mike Thomas has built a high-speed armed robot from scratch. It can solve the Rubik’s Cube in about 3 seconds. Designed and built in China and the robot took Thomas about 3 years to complete. It solves the cube 1.7 seconds faster than the current human record of 4.74 seconds.
03. Self-driving motorcycle by BMW
BMW built this self-driving motorcycle in order to test and develop new safety systems. These safety features are aimed at supporting inattentive drivers. The bike took 2 years to develop and it is only for testing purposes.
04. Interactive projections
In this art installation, effects were controlled by individuals using real-time motion tracking sensors. These are live interactions without any post-production.
05. HRP 5p the humanoid construction robot
The robot aims to replace heavy-duty human labor. It was created as a response to Japan’s labor shortage. The robot can carry out various construction tasks such as picking up plasterboards and screwing them onto the wall.
06. Microlino – The electric microcar
The bubble car has been reinvented and electrified. The 2 seater car can be recharged at any conventional power socket. Like the original, the front door design lets the driver and passenger exit and step straight onto the sidewalk. The 8-kilowatt battery pack provides 80 kilometers of range while the larger 14.4-kilowatt battery pack should be good for 215 kilometers. It does 0 to 50 km/h in 5 seconds and can reach a top speed of 90 km/h (equal to 56 miles per hour)
07. Pokemon for Hololens – Bully entertainment
Bully entertainment has created a mixed reality version of their pokemon demo. It features a multiplayer mode and cart scanning. It merges the 2 classic pokemon play styles into one interactive experience.
08. Self-Solving Rubik’s Cube
Most Rubik robots require the cube to be placed in a specially designed cradle, bristling with actuators and sensors. But here everything is built into the cube itself. More impressively, it is now the same dimensions as a standard Rubik’s cube. It originally started off much bigger by the Japanese creator
09. SodaPop – The Soda Bottle Speaker
Oslo based studio permafrost created a mini speaker designed to solve the main problem for small portable speakers. The soda pop connects to any suitable plastic bottle to generate as much as 10 decibels of extra bass. If you don’t have a soda bottle handy, you can attach its own bottle-shaped carrying case. Soda pop features to full-range 4-watt speakers and a passive bass membrane in the center of the speaker that gives the bottle an extra kick.
10. Gaming Haptic Suit by Hard Light
This gaming haptic vest is strong enough to simulate a punch and precise enough to feel the lightest taps of rain. It has 16 unique haptic feedback zones and features advanced in-game body tracking. You can also switch to the audio mode for haptic feedback generated by the audio signal. Although the most advanced haptic suit at the moment, they will shut down soon if they don’t secure additional funding.
11. Solar-powered yacht by solar impact
This solar-powered yacht has the ability to cruise anywhere. (without meaning to stop and refuel). The 78-foot electric boat features a giant solar array which covers the boat stop generating up to 320 kilowatts on a sunny day. For cloudy air days, there is a pair of 65-kilowatt diesel engines on board as a backup. Additionally, the 800-kilowatt battery provides 10 hours of cruising capability.
The interiors of the yacht were designed for long stays on board with luxurious living areas and spacious cabins. This 70-ton luxury yacht is for cruisers who want to travel further without sacrificing comfort elegance and cutting edge tack.
12. Interactive sand using augmented reality
The system allows users to create topography models by shaping real sand. It works by detecting changes in the sand surface. These changes dictate what features are projected onto the sand.
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