Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium is the most expensive stadium ever built. The $1.6 billion price tag was driven by a spectacular retractable roof design, an LED video board that is by far the world’s largest, and the pursuit of LEED platinum certification.
The fiddly ritual of assembling IKEA products is set to become a thing of the past as the furniture giant introduces products that snap together “like a jigsaw puzzle”.
Researchers have created a room that can charge your phone wirelessly. Could this be the future of charging technology?
The technology that helps wildlife filmmakers see in the dark.
The meter is the world’s ultimate measure, but how did it become “the” meter? What is this measurement based on? The story of this revolution in measurement traces its roots to the French Revolution. Scientists decided that an equal and united people should have equal and united measures. So they sent a pair of young astronomers out to measure the world, and invent the meter. Little did they know they’d find nothing but war, deception, and strife along the way. As a result of this ill-fated mission, the meter carries an error that still persists today. Still think the metric system is so perfect?
Watch the world’s largest cloud harvester in action.