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Sweat Proof Fabrics Biomimic Reponse Of Pine Cone To Humidity

Embarrassing underarm sweat stains on your clothing may soon be a thing of the past. And your comfort moving from arid to humid microclimates, as one does often in urban areas, may improve dramatically... and all with fabrics that biomimic the response of the pine cone to humidity.  Read why the pine cone may be the biomimetic hero of the next generation of fabrics.

Nissan To Include New Driver Assist Technology on New Models

One of the largest complaints many automotive enthusiasts have with the new GT-R is the collection of electronic driving aids that have made their way onto the R35.  Now, it looks as though Nissan is planning on opening similar technology to other vehicles across their line-up.

Leap for the Skies with Powerbocks

Enjoy superhuman jumping power and height with these kangaroo-inspired Powerbocks.


Loop-In Concept "Skateboard"

The Loop-In combines skating and bicycling providing a thrilling new interface for performing your favorite tricks.

Scorpion EXO-900 3-in-1 Transformer Helmet

The Transformer Helmet provides three separate configurations, in addition to some other customizable features that make it the ultimate safety accessory for your next motorcycle ride.

Porsche May Have Been Caught Testing 911 Hybrid

There have been rumors flying around for quite some time now that Porsche is working to develop a hybrid vehicle. While they have confirmed they are looking into hybridization, they have not yet gone on the record to say which vehicle they are planning to adapt the new drivetrain for. However, some new images have surfaced that may suggest the vehicle in question is the next generation 911.

Nerdy "Spiderman" Scales Building Using Vacuum Gloves

In the name of science, engineer Jem Stansfield climbs a 100-foot building using a pair of homemade vacuum gloves.

LED Mini Camping Lantern

The tiniest camping lantern you've ever seen weighs less than an ounce and fits onto your keychain, yet still provides enough light to make it a worthwhile camping accessory.

Roller Coaster Rollerblade Run

Thought jumping that 4-step staircase was extreme? Try rollerblading down 860 meters worth of towering roller coaster.

ClimbStation Brings Big-Face Climbing To Your Backyard

The ClimbStation is the ultimate solution for those that don't have access to 5.9 climbs or climbing gyms. Climb in the comfort of your own neighborhood without any of the ropework or equipment.