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Are Hover Boards In Our Future?

Here we are, three years from 2015, and there’s no sign of flying cars, hover boards, or retro-80s cafes on the horizon. What gives? Luckily, a new study released over the weekend may give us renewed hope. According to Professor Jun Zhang of NYU’s Courant Institute, hovering may be more easily accomplished by top-heavy structures, …

In 2017, Machines Might Be Able to Read Your Mind

Last week, IBM released its annual “Next 5 in 5,” highlighting the top five innovations they believe will become a reality in the next five years. Their focus in 2011 is on five key areas: Energy, security, mind reading, mobile, and analytics. Wait. Mind reading? Indeed. IBM visualizes a future in which users will be …

Chainsaw Robot Attacks Crowd At Exhibition

So I’m reading an article on Mashable about a new robot that can, what else, make sandwiches. It’s very interesting; you should check it out. However, after watching the video accompanying that article, I stumbled upon something even more curious.

One Step Closer To Invisibility

Invisibility. Outside of flight, mind-control, and time-travel, it’s one of the most sought after super powers, and now University of Dallas researchers are one step closer to making it happen. Using heat and one-molecule-thick carbon nanotubes to bend light rays, they’ve been able to create a mirage-like effect that hides whatever lies behind them. The …