Meet Bringy: A Smart Pet Ball That Takes Playing Fetch to the Next Level

Are you looking to improve the bond between you and your dog? Or perhaps play with them more effectively? Then you definitely need this smart ball. It’s called Bringy, a unique toy that will help you train your dog like a pro.How exactly does Bringy work?Bringy is more than just a toy for your dog, it’s a smart...

WATCH LIVE: SpaceX’s Recycled Falcon 9 Rocket Is Launching the Historic Bulgariasat-1

The first out of the two historic missions by SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket will be launched today at the Cape Canaveral launch complex in Florida. You can watch it live here at 2:10 pm EDT. SpaceX will also be attempting the unprecedented this weekend by launching the Falcon 9 rocket again for a second mission, just 48 hours after...

How Planes Land on Aircraft Carriers With Short Runways

Flying an aircraft is not the simplest task but landing on the flight deck of a carrier is one of the most difficult tasks a naval pilot ever has to do. Most decks are only around 150 meters long and pretty narrow. For traditional landings, this is far shorter than what would normally be needed. Especially for high-speed...

Will Asteroid Mining Be the Next Gold Rush?

There are innumerable near-Earth asteroids that could supply us with plentiful resources in the future. If we could exploit these resources it could add trillions of dollars to the world economy and push us to expand beyond our home planet. This could even create an entirely new suite of industries and occupations. Exciting, but could asteroid mining be possible?There...

This Extraordinary Chess Set Features Iconic New York City Buildings

Chess isn’t generally known for its good looks, but when your chess set is designed by architects it becomes a thing of beauty. London-based architects Ian Flood and Chris Prosser are the brains behind Skyline Chess, a company that makes chess sets featuring iconic London Buildings. They have just started a Kickstarter for an NYC edition, and it...

The Roof of the New Apple Store in Chicago Is Basically a Giant MacBook

A few years ago, Apple has teamed up with one of the most acclaimed architecture firms in the world to design a global series of Apple stores. And this 2017, the latest Apple Store to emerge from the shopping district of Chicago in the US features a carbon-fiber roof embellished with an Apple logo. Yes, the roof will...

Top 5 SolidWorks Partner Products to Leverage Your Design Capabilities

SolidWorks is a popular CAD tool utilized by more than 3 Million users across the globe. Its powerful 3D modeling and design documentation capabilities, along with the focus on ease-of-use is what makes this tool the first choice of every design engineer. To further augment the capabilities of this tool, there are partner products that offer a range...

If You Thought Fidget Spinners Were Bad, Just Wait Until You See Toothpick Crossbows

Just when schools thought they’d got rid of distracting toys – read fidget spinners – a new toy craze is on the scene and it has dangerous potential. Handheld toothpick crossbows are the hottest item for children and teens in China. Designed to harmlessly fire toothpicks, the tiny weapons get really dangerous if needles or nails are fired...

This New Dating App Uses Augmented Reality to Find Your True Love

Move over Tinder, the world’s first augmented reality dating app is here. FlirtAR uses facial recognition, geolocation, and augmented reality to help you find the love of your life.FlirtAR is the brainchild of Renan Godinho who explains his motivation behind starting the dating app, “People waste lots of time with traditional dating apps, they spend hours and hours of their...

This Breakthrough Could Solve the Most Dangerous Problem With Nuclear Fusion

Creating Nuclear Fusion could mean unlimited energy, free of any radioactive by-product or greenhouse gases. It has been the goal of physicists since the beginning of the Atomic Era.Unfortunately achieving this goal is difficult and dangerous. But a recent breakthrough could bring us one step closer. An article published in Physical Review Letters explains the new method for...