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The Worlds Largest Rideable Hexapod

It's not every day you see a hexapod of this size! The UK based engineer Matt Denton was recently awarded a Guinness World Record for the largest rideable hexapod for his Mantis robot. Standing at an impressive 2.8m tall, 5m wide and weighing...

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The Online Museum Dedicated to Remembering Sounds

The Online Museum Dedicated to Remembering Sounds

Conserve The Sound (CTS) is an online museum dedicated to remembering sounds that are vanishing or become less frequent in modern life. They already have a decent sized catalogue of sounds with everything from an old electric razor to the unfolding of a...

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The selfie that's out of this world

fgh In today's age of social media where everyone's sharing what they're doing and who they're doing it with the selfie has become one of the most popular picture poses. Even being on the surface of Mars didn't stop NASA's Curiosity...

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A supercar made from Lego?

Lego can be both amazing and a real pain (in the foot) but sometimes people use it to make designs the normal person wouldn't even consider. Lego themselves recently built a life-sized, 1:1 scaled model of the Bugatti Chiron supercar. The...

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The story of General Magic

  Smartphones are the default type of phone nowadays and they're a staple in most peoples lives but have you ever wondered how the idea first came about? General Magic was spun out of Apple in 1990 and aimed to...

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You can now purchase your own Iron Man suit

Ever wanted your own personal Iron Man suit? Well now you buy can one - it'll set you back just over £330,000, but you can literally walk in to Selfridges and buy it. British inventor Richard Browning designed and created...

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