Technology Videos, Page 2
Advances & Discoveries in Science and Technology
The Secret Behind Ancient Roman Concrete
To this day you can still find ancient Roman structures made with their special concrete recipe. The 2,000 year old process is so good it's even better than most of today's concrete formula's.
A Cellphone that Works with No Battery
We all hate it when our battery runs low but that might never be a problem again if these battery free cellphones become a reality. Check out how these simple cellphones can make calls without worrying about power.
Charge Your Phone with the Power of the Earth
A scientist in Chile has been working on a device that can charge devices like cellphones and other small electronic devices by capturing the vibrations from an earthquake.
Harnessing Wind Power with Kites
Wind turbines are one of the go to green solutions for energy but they do suffer when there is little wind around. The solution? Kites. This system uses kites attached to wires that can generate power just by floating in the air.
Terrifying Pair of Walking Robot Legs
These robot legs look like they might be from a nightmare wandering around without a torso. The robot named Cassie was inspired by how ostriches move around.
Popping Balloons for Science
The easiest way to make science fun is by adding balloons. Watch what happens when you pop a balloon in a reverb room vs popping one in an anechoic chamber.
Electric Paint Will Light Up Your World
How cool would it be if you could draw a conductive line using special paint? Well this electric paint does just that carrying electricity in any design you draw.
Your Brain on Drugs
Ever wonder what happens to the human brain when you take drugs? It doesn't matter if it's a pill or an injection it all works on the cellular level.
Revolutionary Elevator Can Move in Any Direction
Check out the new generation of elevators that not only move up and down but also sideways allowing for endless configurations. The new system doesn't even need to cables instead relying on linear induction motors.
DNA Replication Captured for the First Time Up Close in Action
If you've ever done a basic biology course you'll know that DNA is the basis for all life but it's never been captured before up close, until now that is. Watch in awe as nature reveals itself on the tiniest of scales.
The World's Most Deadly Chemicals
There's a lot of dangerous things in the world but what is the most lethal pound for pound? Take a look at how little toxicity is needed to kill.
The Magical Electric Power of Crystals
Did you know that some crystals can create electricity when you squeeze them? They're called piezoelectric and they have lots of fascinating uses.
Revolutionary Soft Grip Robot for Underwater Exploration
This underwater robot has been fitted with special soft grip hands to gently interact with marine life. The Harvard designed hands prevent the robots from damaging the delicate creatures.
Finally a Smart Duvet with Temperature Control
This smart duvet is the invention we've all been waiting for. A duvet that not only lets you control the temperature but also helps make your bed.
Incredible Rube Goldberg Machine Made with Science
3M is one of those companies renowned for their inventions from sticky note on up. Check out the incredible Rube Goldberg Machine they designed using science.