Three Austrian men have received mind-controlled robotic arms, using a world-first technique called "bionic reconstruction."
After an awful experience as a puppy, Brutus the Rottweiler is enjoying four shiny new prosthetic limbs, as well as a new lease on life thanks to many good people with big hearts. We're so excited about his story, we can't think of anything else to say.
On today's show, Khail and Ashley tell you about a very special "Bottweiler" named Brutus, explain what Lego Dimensions is all about and freak out over a working computer that's smaller than a grain of rice. #TDBrutus
Beautifully designed autonomous bionic ants work together to solve a common task, taking life lessons from their role models, actual insects.
This week on Crave, we cozy into the ISS for a year with our astronaut friends, get a drone's eye view of sheep-herding and run from Festo's bionic creepy-crawlies, which look cute now but will probably come back to haunt us. It's the Crave show!
On today's show, we talk about three Austrian men who volunteered to have their hands amputated for science, a Philadelphia student's truly armored Batsuit, and a robot that will write handwritten notes for you.
Get your best punches ready, because Philadelphia University student Jackson Gordon completed a functioning Batsuit, and it's already been battle-tested at a Maryland convention by attendees. Eat your heart out, Batfleck.
A team at NASA is proposing that sending astronauts to Venus' upper atmosphere may be more efficient (and somewhat safer) than sending them to Mars. Did we mention airships and cloud cities were mentioned in this proposal? It's science fiction that could someday become science fact.
On today's show, we tell you how one man is making history with dual bionic arms, why a team at NASA thinks we should look into sending astronauts to Venus instead of Mars, and when you might be able to purchase animated statues of your favorite characters.
Quantum dots have been successfully 3D printed into a contact lens, allowing the lens to project beams of light.