Light Rider: World’s first 3D printed motorcycle by Airbus APWorks

Light Rider: World’s first 3D printed motorcycle

From 3D printed guitars to 3D printed bikes, 3D printing technology is taking the world by storm. But that’s not all, now brace yourself for the world’s first 3D printed motorcycle called Light Rider. Created by Airbus subsidiary APWorks, the Light Rider looks like an electric bicycle and supported by web-shaped aluminum structure. As the name indicates, body of the electric motorcycle is lightweight and weighs just 35 kilograms (77 pounds), which is much less than its potential rider.

Catterbox: Hi-tech collar gives human voice to cats

Catterbox- world’s first talking cat collar

If you have ever wished of understanding the meows and purrs of your beloved cat, your yearning has been granted. adam&eveDDB, a creative communications agency has come up with a hi-tech 3D printed collar for cats that can translate their meows into human speech. Dubbed Catterbox, the smart wearable for felines is claimed to be the world’s first talking cat collar by its makers. To give cats a voice and to bring them closer to their owners, adam&eveDDB set up The Temptations Lab in 2015. The task was to infuse some serious fun into cats’ lives and make people understand them better.

Ricky Ma creates lifelike Scarlett Johansson humanoid robot

Scarlett Johansson Humanoid Robot by Ricky Ma

Fans often do crazy things for their favorite celebrities, but this fan has actually built replica of his favorite Hollywood actress. Hong Kong-based graphic designer Ricky Ma has always dreamed of designing a humanoid robot since childhood. Being obsessed with animation and robots, Ma has finally created lifelike female humanoid robot that bears close resemblance to none other than Avengers actress Scarlett Johansson.

Six Flags teams with Samsung for VR roller coasters

VR roller coasters by Six Flags and Samsung

Six Flags Entertainment Corporation, world’s largest amusement park corporation is looking to enhance your roller coasters experience to a more exciting level. The company has teamed up with Samsung to offer virtual reality roller coasters across various locations in US. Six Flags is looking to offer roller coaster riders a more immersive experience by making them wear Samsung’s Oculus-powered Gear VR headsets during the ride.  This ground-breaking virtual riding experience will make its debut at nine Six Flags parks across North America.

Phantom 4: DJI unveils obstacles avoiding and human tracking drone

Phantom 4 drone by DJI

DJI, world leading drone manufacturer has taken the wraps off their latest model. The Chinese technology company released the last version of their famous DJI Phantom drone platforms at a press event yesterday. Loaded with advanced features, the Phantom 4 drone is designed to be more user-friendly and can actually avoids obstacles. It is available exclusively for preorder through DJI’s website and now ( starting March 1).

Oral-B Genius: Hi-tech toothbrush unveiled at MWC 2016

Oral-B Genius toothbrush at Mobile World Congress 2016

If you think you’re not taking proper care of your teeth, oral hygiene products brand Oral-B has come up with a new hi-tech toothbrush to assist you. Called Oral-B Genius, the connected toothbrush has been unveiled at the ongoing Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona. The smart toothbrush comes with position detection technology which utilizes motion sensors and your phone’s camera to track your dental hygiene. It uses SmartRing lighting system as well to keep an eye on location, pressure and brushing time.

Sony Xperia Eye: 360-degree camera clips to clothing or around neck

Sony Xperia Eye Wearable Camera

At Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2016, Sony has unveiled the latest Xperia Eye, a 360-degree wide-angle lens camera that’s designed to be clipped onto your clothing or worn around your neck. Unlike other wearable cameras that are mostly designed for spying or other security purposes, the Xperia wearable camera acts as your personal sidekick for capturing everyday life moments using superior quality lens, rather than your smartphone.

Nissan self-parking chairs automatically skitter under desks

Nissan self-parking chairs automatically skitter under desks

While automatic vehicles are making buzz in the industry, Nissan has come up with something more practical and convenient for smart offices- the Okamura Chairs. Well, these are Intelligent Parking Chairs designed by Nissan engineers in collaboration with the BIRDMAN creative team. Inspired by the Japanese car maker’s high-tech intelligent park assist technology, these conceptual chair are able to detect their target position under the desks.

SuitX Phoenix exoskeleton helps paraplegics regain mobility

SuitX Phoenix Exoskeleton

Wearable exoskeletons are not new to the world, as most of them are aimed at helping physically disabled walk again. But these robotic designs tend to be very expensive that offering them commercially is not quite feasible. So, with the aim to provide something fairly affordable to public, California-based robotics company SuitX has developed a modular wearable exoskeleton for restoring mobility to paraplegics and permanently paralyzed for US $40,000.

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