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The fastest McLaren in history

British company McLaren has distributed fresh teaser images of hypercar BP23 Hyper-GT, the official premiere of which is scheduled for this year. According to the developers, the novelty will be the fastest car in the history of the automaker. Supercar manufacturer McLaren said that the new representative of its Hyper-Car series Ultimate Series called Hyper-GT will have a top speed of over 391 km ...


6 Inexpensive High-Tech Home Security Products

Home security is something all homeowners should think about, even if you feel safe in your suburban neighborhood. The threat of property crime is a big concern all around the country, and there are many things you can do to protect yourself, your family, and your home from criminals. In many cases, the cost of a security system is a problem and makes it impossible for people on a budget to addres...


Concept AR Glasses for athletes

Augmented reality (AR) holds a lot of promise for consumers of all kinds who are looking to integrate technology further into their lifestyle, in which is seeing new options.AR glasses are designed with athletes in mind, allowing real time data and visualizations in your field of view. The sporty design of the glasses makes them capable of withstanding rugged use, while they are also able to be se...


Graphene is able to strengthen the activity of brain cells

Graphene is a material that consists of carbon atoms. It was discovered, and then synthesized a little less than two decades ago. Now it has been significantly improved by adding structure and properties. Most recently, a team of researchers working at Vanderbilt University has discovered a number of additional, unique features of this material. It is about providing connections between nerve cell...


Concept of smart jackets CHASE

The company Nokia has demonstrated the "smart" jacket for special services. Over the novelty CHASE LifeTech FR, the firm worked together with GINA, which developed software, and the South Korean brand Kolon. She is intended for police officers, rescue workers, etc.Unlike the classical special form, the CHASE LifeTech FR model has two purposes: a jacket can be used as a normal wardrobe item and as ...


Modular car concept for 2060

Oiio Oto Pod offers a futuristic public transportation concept to reduce the use of private car-based transportation.Cars have a problem: all their parts — the trunk, the cabin, the engine — are connected together. According to oiio architecture studio, the best way to create a better, seamlessly connected mobility system is by disconnecting these components. These working components are cabin...


Concept Samsung Galaxy Wing

It's only a matter of time before flexible OLED displays become mainstream and are used in consumer electronic devices, like smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy Wing is one possible concept showing how the latter would look. Featuring a clamshell mode (folded) and media mode (unfolded), along with a dual rear camera. Here on this Galaxy Wing  concept design have made it more appealing by trimming...


Concept of a futuristic electric air taxi

Bell Helicopter presents you, futuristic air taxi cabin design that features fully integrated user experience.While this is only a cabin, Bell Helicopter has not shown the propulsion system, but promised to disclose the technical specifications later.As stated in the company, air taxis will become part of the Internet of things, which will allow every air car to be constantly online, and passenger...


Concept Tesla Roadster 2020

Tesla Roadster of the new generation appeared in the premises of the main office of the company in Palo Alto - access to it is open, and now you can well consider the car from all sides and inside.Till "Tesla" is exhibited as a model,there is no question of any inner stuffing - no engines, no batteries, even the interior of the roadster is a sham. And, we have to admit, he is very close to the con...


Technology future: a display,placed on human skin

Specialists from Japan have developed an ultrathin elastic display, capable of fastening to the skin of a person. The medical indicators,collected by means of such devices can be saved in a smartphone or cloud storage. It consists of light-emitting diodes (16 x 24 pieces), which, in turn, are placed on a substrate of special stretchable conductors. Now the display can not boast of full transparenc...


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