Technology Videos, Page 2
Advances & Discoveries in Science and Technology
Shooting a NERF Dart Without a Gun
NERF Dart's have claimed many a young soul on the field of battle. But none compare to this self firing NERF Dart nobody see's coming.
How Gigabyte Make Computer Motherboards
Computer motherboards are the base for everything that makes the computer you're working on now work. But how does one of the biggest players, Gigabyte, make their famous boards?
How Dangerous is Your Immune System?
Your Immune System is designed to protect you from everything the world can throw at you. But do you know how strong it really is?
Building the World's Biggest Laptop
In the world of technology everything is getting smaller. What if you went the other way and built the world's biggest laptop?
Meet the Man Who had the World's First Double Arm Transplant
After losing both arms in an electrical accident, Felix Gretarsson was the first person to ever get a Double Arm Transplant.
Rebuilding the Triangle Tank Robot
The first version of the Triangle Tank Robot was an interesting idea but didn't work as well as hoped. So now we're on to version 2.
$3.5 Billion for NASA's New Spacesuits
That's right, if you wanna stay safe in space you'll need a couple billion at your disposal for one of NASA's new spacesuits.
Portals Across the Planet
This group is creating a massive collection of portals across the world to let people in different parts of the world interact with each other bridging the digital divide.
New Waterproof Drone Can Swim
The Mirs-X is a drone that can not only fly but can also go underwater and move about for up to 40 minutes.
The Lady on Your GPS is Real
She's been giving you directions for years but you don't even know who she is. Meet Karen Jacobsen, the voice on your GPS who tells you what to do.
Would You Freeze Yourself to Live Forever?
Cryobiology is the process of freezing living specimens only to thaw them out at a later stage alive. The idea is to freeze yourself when you're sick so you can be brought back to life when there is a cure.
Scientists Develop a Self Burying Seed
Scientist's have learnt from nature and developed a mechanism to help seeds bury themselves in the ground thanks to a clever design.
Tiniest 3D Printer in the World, and it Works!
3D Printers are pretty cool but can take up a lot of space. Not this tiny alternative, it's only 18 x 31 x 41 mm in size and it's fully functional. Watch as it prints out a toy figure that's smaller than itself.
A Solar Eclipse as Seen From Mars
Other planets also have solar eclipses when their moons pass in front of the sun. This is what NASA's Perseverance Rover captured from Mars.
SpaceX Super Heavy Fires 31 Rocket Engines
SpaceX Super Heavy is the biggest rocket to date by the company. Watch as it tests it's cluster of rocket engines by firing off 31 engines all at once unleashing extraordinary power.