#Technology

Lancaster University students ‘O-Wind Turbine’ wins James Dyson Award 2018

2 years ago — Quick Read

The O-Wind Turbine has nabbed the James Dyson Award 2018, earning a cash prize of £30,000 and £5,000 for their university department. The omnidirectional wind turbine is designed to work...

Vertigo Project promises hi-fidelity positioning for almost any moving object

3 years ago — Quick Read

UK start-up Vertigo has combined some mind-bending maths with ARM’s mBed microprocessor to create a device that is capable of combining an accelerometer, gyroscope and GPS to tell you exactly...

Google enters race for nuclear fusion technology

3 years ago — Quick Read

Google has partnered with a top nuclear fusion company to create a new computer algorithm to speed up nuclear fusion experiments.

German Engineers use Wifi to see through walls

3 years ago — Long Read

Engineers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have developed a holographic imaging process that depicts the radiation of a Wi-Fi transmitter to generate three-dimensional images of the surrounding environment...

Liverpool’s “fourth industrial revolution” kickstarted by LCR 4.0

4 years ago — Long Read

Liverpool's Virtual Engineering Centre is contributing to a new business support programme which aims to help manufacturers take advantage of the opportunities associated with the current revolution in digital technologies....

It’s official – Snapchat launch £100 Google Glass-style Spectacles

4 years ago — Quick Read

At the beginning of September we covered rumours that Social Media giant Snapchat might be planning on launching their own Google Glass-style headset, and over the weekend Snapchat has confirmed...