CreoPop Is The World's First 3D Pen With Cool UV Ink.

CreoPop ( is the world’s first 3D pen with cool ink. In contrast to other 3D pens, there are no hot parts, no melting plastic and no unpleasant smell. Instead, CreoPop uses photopolymers that are solidified using LED diodes to let users create amazing 3D designs. Since no heating is required, CreoPop is safe in a home environment with children and pets around. The most innovative feature of CreoPop  is the large selection of cool inks available including different colors, elastic ink, magnetic ink, glow-in-the-dark ink, temperature sensitive ink and body paint ink.

UPS Now Lets You Use 3D Printers In Nearly 100 US Stores

Following the successful launch of 3D print in six markets across the country, The UPS Store® is expanding 3D printing services to meet the growing demands of its small business customers to nearly 100 additional locations nationwide. The UPS Store is kicking off this expansion by designating Sept. 22-26 as its first annual 3D Print Week.

TouchPico: Turn Any Surface Into A Touch Screen

The TouchPico is a compact, Android PC with a built-in projector. This isn’t your regular projector, though, the TouchPico projects a touchscreen onto any flat surface, which makes it perfect for presentations, education and, of course, entertainment. Projectors are cool. They take something that’s normally small or constricted and blow it up to 100 times its original size. Traditionally, projectors have been very clunky and unimaginative. But, thanks to technical innovation, engineers have shrunk processors and chips into a very bite-sized package. We now have tiny smartphones, and now pocketable PCs.

IBM's New Supercomputing Chip Mimics The Human Brain With Very Little Power

A lot has changed in the three years since IBM first unveiled a prototype of its human brain-inspired SyNAPSE (Systems of Neuromorphic Adaptive Plastic Scalable Electronics) chip. That single-core prototype has now been significantly scaled up, leading to a new, production-ready SyNAPSE chip that blows past its predecessor with 1 million neurons, 256 million synapses and 4,096 neurosynaptic cores, all the while only requiring 70mW of power. Though the numbers are impressive, it's what they translate to that holds even greater prominence: the ability for devices to process various sensory data in parallel just like the human brain, by merging memory and computing.

Dubai Plans Mall of the World, the First Ever ‘Temperature Controlled City’

Developers Dubai Holding have announced their plans to build the ‘Mall of the World’ a new 48 million square foot tourist district in Dubai that will host the world’s largest mall, a new cultural district, a theme park and 20,000 hotel rooms. What’s more, the district’s 7km street network will be covered by a retractable roof during the summer months, creating the world’s first “temperature controlled city”.

Russian Scientists Raising Funds To Rebuild Tesla Tower, Satisfy World Energy Hunger

Two Russian physicists are fundraising to realize their project for wireless energy transmission once proposed by brilliant 20th-century scientist Nikola Tesla. Solar panels and an upgraded Tesla Tower could solve global energy hunger, they say.  Leonid and Sergey Plekhanov, graduates of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, claim they have spent years scrutinizing the Nikola Tesla’s patents and diaries and they believe that with his most ambitious project – transcontinental wireless energy transmissions – Tesla came very close to unprecedented scientific discovery that could be brought to fruition.

Meet The Oddball Camera That Could Usher In The Age Of 360-Degree Video

When you reach a goal on Kickstarter, it’s nice to know you’ll get some funding and that there are people who like your product. But what happens when you smash past it, and are now on your fourth stretch goal? It means you have a hit on your hands, and that’s what happened to a French company called Giroptic, which makes the 360cam, a 360-degree panorama camera.

Airdog Drone Serves As Your Loyal Action Sports Cameraman

The battle in the skies this week is the autonomous action-sports drone apparently. Why? Because, what if you want to be the star in your as yet un-made aerial epic? With a regular drone that's a tricky one. You could film yourself, as you stand flying the drone, but where's the fun in that? Airdog is a quadcopter drone that follows you, using GPS and movement tracking to keep up as you get down (the slope, or whatever). Action camera selfie videos are cool and all, but wouldn't an epic aerial shot following you carving through fresh powder snow, or riding that killer wave, or heck, even scuba diving be so much better? Airdog promises exactly that. And more.

The 2015 Model X Will Be Tesla’s Gift To Families

Good things come to those who wait, ladies. Tesla’s all-wheel-drive Model X SUV was announced last year, but due to a number of production delays, we won’t be seeing it until spring 2015. Those issues should give the company time to hone the car for its target audience: women and families, according  to a report by Ecomento.

Google's Self-Driving Car Project A Big Hit With Drivers

Fully autonomous driving has always been the goal of our project, because we think this could improve road safety and help lots of people who can't drive. We're now developing prototypes of vehicles that have been designed from the ground up to drive themselves—just push a button and they'll take you where you want to go! We'll use these vehicles to test our software and learn what it will really take to bring this technology into the world.

Spacex Unveils Dragon V2 Spacecraft, Complete With 3D-Printed Engines

SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk has unveiled the Dragon V2, a spacecraft he hopes will one day take astronauts to and from the International Space Station (ISS).At a special event at the company’s Hawthorne, California factory on Thursday, Musk took the wraps off an updated version of the existing Dragon spacecraft, which up to now has made four trips to the ISS, delivering vital supplies for crew members.

Forget Fillings, Scientists Just Discovered How To Regrow Full Teeth Using Lasers

Good news for all you taffy addicts and crystal meth smokers out there — a Harvard-led team of scientists has just devised a way to regrow teeth. If developed further, this technology could spell the end things like fillings and dentures, and even lay the groundwork for other regenerative procedures like wound healing, bone regeneration, and more.

Clever Kinect Hack Brings This Guy’s Full Body Into Virtual Reality

It’s one thing to bring your mind into virtual reality. Get some snazzy VR goggles in front of your eyes, bump the framerate up high enough — bam, you’re a good part of the way there. But bringing your body into the mix? Thats a whole different challenge. Crack that one, and you’ve got yourself a holodeck.

That Guy Who Built His Own Wolverine Claws? He Just Built Shoes To Walk On The Ceiling

Colin Furze of internet fame built shoes that magnetically let him walk across the ceiling, in honor of Magneto. Maybe it’s not quite as cool as full control over anything metal — but it’s still pretty amazing.

This Treadmill Lets You Walk In Any Direction

The Infinadeck is the world's first affordable omnidirectional treadmill that is designed to work both in augmented and virtual reality. This revolutionary device provides the missing link making it now possible to have a true Holodeck experience. You might say, "Reality just got bigger".

A Paralyzed Teen Will Kick The First World Cup Ball Thanks To A Robotic Exoskeleton

The 2014 World Cup begins next month in Brazil and will feature something truly amazing: the plan is for a paralyzed, non-ambulatory Brazilian teenager to stand up and kick the first ball of the first game using a motorized exoskeleton and special 3D-printed helmet.

Regenerating Plastic Grows Back After Damage

Professor Scott White discusses the research breakthrough that allows plastic to not only heal, but truly regenerate. Self-healing materials have been around for about a decade. But they have never been able to heal damage much larger than the width of a human hair. But now, White and his colleagues Jeff Moore and Nancy Sottos have developed plastic that can regenerate damage as large as a bullet hole. 

Inspired By Asian Body Pillows, A Mattress Designed To Prevent Bedsores


Chinese designer Horatio Yuxin Han has leveraged the design principles behind common Asian products to solve problems that afflict the less fortunate. His Unifold affordable shoes were inspired by the folding art of origami.

This Pocket-Sized Molecular Spectrometer Tells You The Chemical Makeup Of Foods

Tel Aviv-based startup Consumer Physics pulled the curtain back today on its first product: a tiny hand-held molecular sensor called Scio. The device, which Consumer Physics has launched a Kickstarter project for, would allow users to scan practically anything –foods, drinks, pills, plants, and more– and get detailed information on the object’s chemical makeup in just a few seconds.

Conductive Polymers - More Than Meets The Eye

We have been taught that plastics, unlike metals, do not conduct electricity. Plastic is used as insulation around the copper wires in ordinary electrical cables. Yet, the 2000 Nobel Laureates in Chemistry were rewarded for their revolutionary discovery that plastic can, after certain modifications, be made electrically conductive.

LIX - The Smallest 3D Printing Pen in the World

Lix 3D pen enables you to doodle in the air. This professional tool offers you the comfort and pushes your creativity to another level. Little Things Can do Bigger Ideas. Lix Pen is the new era of communication.

Want to create what you imagine? How about writing and drawing without paper? Writing and drawing in the air is now possible with LIX, a 3D printing pen! This extraordinarily professional tool will challenge your deepest creativity

The Next Evolution in Audio Technology, Invisible Speakers

What if in the future, air molecules could be reverberated using photons (particles of light) to create audio out of thin air, in any localized position. Imagine how that would effect holography. We are already able to excite air molecules to give canvas to photons for holographic display to give the appearance of an image floating in mid air; what if we could make that image now talk?

This Bionic Hand Allows Amputee to 'Feel' Again

It seems like every other day we read about some far-out, new technology that makes us scratch our heads and say, "What the heck?" In this series, we'll take a look at all types of crazy new gadgets, apps and other technologies -- and the entrepreneurs dreaming them up.

One thing's for sure: no "bionic man" has ever been able to do this before.

True 3D Technology Emits 50,000 Dots In 3D Space

This True 3D display technology, developed by Burton, uses a laser to creates luminous points of light at desired locations in air or underwater.

World's lightest and thinnest circuits pave the way for 'imperceptible electronics'

Researchers from Asia and Europe have developed the world's lightest and thinnest organic circuits, which in the future could be used in a range of healthcare applications.

Flexibile, high definition CAAC-OS displays from SEL

SEL have developed a range of flexible OLED displays and high PPI LCD panels which use CAAC oxide semiconductors.

Taking A Little Time Out To Have Fun, Being Creative And Otherwise Dream.

Wouldn't it be amazing if you could control the effects of gravity? Then wouldn't it be equally amazing if we could use that technology to fly, like a type of gravity drive?

Sometimes it’s fun just to daydream and imagine different possibilities. This brings out an interesting point. I believe that, if necessity is the mother of all invention, imagination is the father of all invention.

Could One Man Really Make A Difference And Change The World?

I would change the world if given the chance. How? At the turn of the century there were forces at work that would have given you and everyone else under the sun the ability to have free energy for all of their appliances. Imagine just plugging a light bulb into the ground to get it to work. Imagine not having a electric bill at all. Nikola Tesla, was the man who would have made it happen, if he were rich.