3D Printing, Military Wearable Technology

3D Printed Gun That Can Fire Hundreds Of Rounds Available For Download

Cody Wilson and his 3-D printed AR-15 lower receiver. The CM901 is a larger-caliber version of this rifle.

In March, a Website dedicated to 3D-printing firearms announced one of its members had developed a lower receiver for a Colt CM901 rifle. It’s a small, but evolutionary step toward the development of firearms that pretty much anyone can download off the Internet. The CM901 is the bigger, badder brother of the ubiquitous AR-15. The CM901


Future Technologies, Military Wearable Technology, Wearable Tech

Boeing Has A Plan To Make Force Fields Reality

force fields patent by boeing

Aircraft and military manufacturer Boeing has been granted a patent on a system that is designed to prevent explosion shockwaves from harming a target. A new patent granted to aircraft, defence and security company Boeing is taking its cues from science fiction. Just like the glowing force fields seen protecting troops, machines and even spacecraft


Wearable Tech, Wearable Technology in Education, Wearables in Business

Wearable Tech Will Shift From Novelty To Norm In The Next 5 Years

wearables in the workspace will become reality in the next 5 years

Though this prediction is still a few years out from the year 2020, 83 percent of experts say wearable tech will have a “widespread and beneficial effect” on the public by the year 2025, according to Pew Research Center. In November 2013, Pew canvassed responses from 2,558 experts and technology builders about their predictions of where


Internet Of Things, Wearable Tech, Wearables for Cars and Homes

Research UK: Brits Reticence To Wearable Tech, Sold Out To Smart Home Tech And AI

Research UK: No To Wearable Tech, Yes To Smart Home Tech And AI

Three quarters (75%) of Brits can’t see how wearable technology will make their lives easier, whereas over half (56%) think smart home technology will have a positive impact on their day-to-day lives. Despite the widespread appeal of smart home technology, less than a third (30%) realise that it is already widely available. New research from


Future Technologies, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, Wearable Tech

Remarkably Limber Bionic Arm That Connects To Your Smartphone

Sub $300 exiii handiii 3D Printed Open Source Bionic Hand is Controlled by a Smartphone

As time goes by and technology improves, we are constantly seeing prices for previously groundbreaking technology fall to levels which allow for the adoption of this technology by the masses. 3D printing is one of these technologies, in that now, virtually anyone in the developed world can afford a desktop 3D printer. At the same time