It may look like a kid’s toy, but this simple contraption made from paper and string provides scientists in less developed areas with access to a critical piece of lab equipment at virtually no cost, and with no need for electricity.
Korean firm ETI Co Ltd. has developed a road barrier that could dramatically reduce the degree of injuries from collisions. The trick is that it helps disperse impacts into rotational energy along its conveyor-like rollers. Though it could send cars flying back into traffic.
A compilation of some of the more unusual, innovative, and mechanically complex furniture ever created. While we understand the utility of some of the folding pieces, we’re not sure about that bucking bronco of a rocker.
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