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In China in the Buddhist temple appeared robot monk

Buddhist monks of the Celestial Empire have mastered the technology that has enabled them to create a robot monk. The robot was named Xian Yer. His height is 60 cm, he can repeat Buddhist mantras, move around and


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There is such work: to check high-voltage transmission lines from the helicopter

Tired today in the office? Then look at one of the most extreme jobs in the world, where technicians have to test high-voltage power lines while being attached to a helicopter. With the naked eye you can


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New technology will make cheap terahertz lenses

The frequencies of terahertz radiation are between the microwave and infrared wavelengths. At the moment it is an actively developing technology, due to a number of unique properties. Unlike X-rays, terahertz radiation does not harm the body, and


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Blender with a chain saw and a motorcycle handle

Once inventor Mike Warren visited an excellent idea – why not use the steering wheel from a motorcycle to control a two-stroke petrol-powered engine attached to a conventional kitchen mixer. To implement the idea, Mike did


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Engineers Ford developed a wind tunnel based on two sea containers

Experts of auto giant Ford have developed a compact mobile wind tunnel based on two sea containers. The unit is designed to test the noise level in the passenger compartment. As you know, a full-size wind tunnel


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The inventor developed an interactive tennis table

In recent years the former popularity has returned to the ping-pong, in connection with which this sport has risen from the Soviet cellars to modern “aytysh” offices. Together with a new wave of popularity in the ping-pong


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Smart light bulb SMFX will illuminate the house with the whole range of colors

The most “smart” home devices began to solve small household tasks. For example, a smart SMFX Bluetooth lamp claims to literally transform your home. Its shelf life is up to 27 years and all this time it will


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EcoHelmet: One-time bicycle helmet

Isida Schiffer, a student at the Pratt Institute (New York), the future industrial designer was awarded the James Dyson main prize – $ 3,500 for the invention of a disposable helmet for EcoHelmet cyclists. The helmet


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Unusual yacht-catamaran SS-18 is able to “fly” over the water

The SS-18, which took 8 years to develop, is the owner of an unusual, almost fantastic appearance. Thanks to the catamaran form of the hull and the cockpit raised above the water, it is strikingly distinguished among


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Passenger drone SureFly will make the first flight in January

The airplanes capable of replacing taxis in the future are created not only in Europe. The American start-up Workhorse from Ohio also does not sit idly by, but promises to show its passenger VTOL SureFly already in January next


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