Engineering & Technology

Collection by Janet Evans

Janet Evans
BendDesk is a Workstation and Multitouch Computer in One

BendDesk is a Workstation and Multitouch Computer in One

100-Inch Touchscreen Desk For The Office
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Finally A 100-Inch Touchscreen Desk For The Office

You might remember my article about the ultimate office solution in the form of a touchscreen desk concept design. If it would have been real, I think Apple would have a serious headache right now. Unfortunately it wasn't, and our reality became as ordinary as it always is. But if you think Apple is the only one working on groundbreaking touchscreen solutions, you are ultimately wrong. The 100-inch touchscreen desk called Pano should definitely be proof of that. It's the latest creation…

The Emperor work station. WOW!

The Emperor Is A $21,500 Chair

The Emperor is truly a chair fit for royalty, starting with its $21,500 price tag.

These headphones scan your brain and play music to match your mood. mico - brainwave controlled headphones by neurowear
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10 Machines |

Where We Talk About Headphones. News, Commentary, And How To Make Things Better.

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Everyone Wants an Iphone, posted by Bob21 (via Pixdaus)

The US Air Force,s extremely tiny remote controlled vehicles that are based on insects will most likely have been deployed in sensitive areas to date, where these are called the micro air vehicles (MAVs), and will share similar physics as that employed by flying insects.

Are insect robots the future of military drones?

If you are talking about big boys’ toys, then surely being part of the military’s hush-hush research and development team would place you squarely in the front line of being able to play with such new technology. While UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) have done their bit in wars across the world to be able to scout enemy territory without putting human lives at risk, they are large – and unwieldy […]

Mrs. Mukamuhuvare, Northern Namibia by Obie Oberholzer_1


Because science!
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You Just Can’t Beat the Awesomeness of Science (34 pics + 8 gifs)

Hairdryer, 1920s

some day people will actually have computers in their homes.

May 1944 Harvard Mark-I. Relay based calculator built by IBM.

1944 | Timeline of Computer History

Gustave Eiffel began to specialize in constructing with metal after college. In 1879, the chief engineer on the Statue of Liberty died, and Eiffel was hired to replace him, going on to design the metallic skeleton of the structure.  He soon began work on what would become known as the Eiffel Tower, the structure that would cement his name in history.

Gustave Eiffel

Gustave Eiffel was a French engineer who designed and oversaw construction of the Eiffel Tower.

The operating system for the LINC (Laboratory Instrument Computer) - the first minicomputer and forerunner to the personal computer - was developed by Mary Allen Wilkes.
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Linc - Complete History of the Linc Computer

A complete history of the Linc CPU including important events, milestones & people that have contributed to its evolution.

Simplifying Technology

Simplifying Technology



Yes, the new iPhone 5 will be out later this week, and yes, the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will hit the shelves before Christmas. But that’s old news. Here’s our rundown of the most exciting gadgets arriving in 2014. Meta SpaceGlasses How would you like a mediated reality? One where objects both real and virtual interact seamlessly? That’s precisely what new start-up company Meta wants to offer. Just like Tony Stark in Iron Man, the Meta SpaceGlasses present virtual objects in the real world…