A new helmet is coming from Riddell called the Diamond. Made from a ton of lattices, these helmets can potentially customize protection areas to the playing habits of an individual player. You can read a great report about these new helmets here. These helmets won’t be available until next year and maybe one even makes an appearance in next year’s Super Bowl!
In space resources are limited. I’ve had a chance through friends who work at NASA to explore the Houston mock-up of the ISS. It’s surprisingly large, but imagine having to keep everything a group of people might need for months. Continue reading
Do you want in on the 3D printing revolution? Sure your could purchase a few shares of one of the large publicly traded companies, but it’s more exciting (and potentially more rewarding) to get in on the early stages of a company doing novel and exciting things. Right now WhiteClouds is raising funds over on Wefunder. Continue reading
We’ve written before about “3D Printing for Dummies“. That one was literal about the entertainment kind and this one is too about the car crash kind. In this case the company Humanetics is using 3D printing Continue reading
According to the Associate Press:
A federal judge in Seattle has issued a temporary restraining order to stop the release of blueprints to make untraceable and undetectable 3D-printed plastic guns.
Defense Distributed has complied with the order. Stay tuned. So many conflicting rights in this case. As I’ve heard said, “when rights collide, courts decide.”
We’ve seen before printed soles or inserts for shoes, but Nike moves it up a level printing the “upper” part of the shoe. Continue reading
This was one of the coolest things I had seen in quite sometime in regard to space research. It’s one thing to explore new places and keep humans alive, it’s another thing to use space to benefit those of us still on the planet. Continue reading