If you enjoy repairing damaged objects around your home instead of simply discarding them, you need to check out this product called Sugru. It’s a self setting rubber material, that can be molded to a desired shape [like play-doh] and used on things to make them work again.
While building with Lego is fun, discovering new projects is exciting all the time. What we have here is a story of a young boy named Shubham Banerjee, who with his thoughtfulness and passion of building with Lego, has designed Braigo, a Lego Braille Printer that rivals the ones currently sold, with its cost effectiveness.
A robot performing tasks is always an exciting watch. Now consider thousands of them working as a team. Sounds fantastic, right? Inspired by collective behavior phenomena found in nature [as in these starlings for instance], scientists at Harvard University have developed a system of tiny robots named Kilobots that can act as a team to mimic such collaborative understanding.
You have heard about chameleons changing color to blend with the surroundings? But how about lamps doing something similar? Sounds interesting? Then take note of this ColorUp lamp which magically replicates the color of any object or surface you want.
If the term space exploration and images of the same sound exciting to you then you are sure to love this new selfie of Mars rover Curiosity; a photograph put together using several images captured by the Mars Hand Lens Imager [MAHLI] set on the Mars rover’s arm.
For those who would love to have a corner of their room glorified with a scientific touch of the bygone days, might like to own this clock. The beautiful Nixie Tube Clock with glowing digits, that not only displays time but functions as a calendar as well.
Start off your day with full energy and confidence by having your favorite beverage from The Hobbit Thermal Mug. Because each time you pour in hot coffee or tea, characters emerge on the mug to let you know they are with you for the journey ahead.