A few years ago, all printers could do was print out paper. And now, they can print just about anything from books, tools and whole assembly parts to furniture and even entire walls. This has been made possible with the help of 3D printing which is also called Additive Manufacturing.
Invented way back in 1992, Warmboard has since then become one of the pioneers of the radiant heating systems. It was invented by entrepreneur and architect terry Alsberg and as of today, is one of the biggest names in the field of radiant heating systems.
Warmboard adjusts its radiance in order to quickly match up to the changing heat loads throughout the day and night. Using this technology, Warmboard is able to provide you with the exact degree of warmth that you would want to feel in your house.
NO other radiant heating system matches up to the fast response and precise control low mass Warmboard radiant heating system. The way Warmboard can do this is by being highly conductive, way more than other products. Conductivity is the key to maintaining heat and warmth in relativity to the outside environment.
With the increasing demand for saving electricity for the benefit of our environment and for our future generation, it has become increasingly necessary for us to switch over to a more environmentally friendly and efficient power source. So, in an effort to supply electricity to the population in a more efficient way without wasting any power, some countries around the world have already started to upgrade their electrical system with a certain digital technology called Smart Grid.
Ever thought of living in a floating home that could potentially safeguard you when the river bursts its banks? Well, although the idea sounds too much of an innovation, some ingenious researchers and designers have actually added a tinge of realism to the whole idea. Pretty interestingly, a team of creative designers recently sketched out an avant garde Amphibious Housing technology project for a residential development which helps protect people from the ever increasing risk of flood in Thamesmead.
Recycling paper is not a new phenomenon. In the very beginning paper used to be produced from daily waste products. Even in the technologically advanced age we need paper for daily use and can’t deny its importance. Recycling paper is a very crucial type of recycling that should be practiced more. It helps the mankind in more than one way in bringing down the consumption of energy and lowering the global pollution. Reusing paper can also help nations to improve economically. All sorts of recycling when done in a large scale create lots of job opportunity and helps the country folks become independent.
With each passing day, we’re witnessing researchers and scientists coming up with technological innovations with a sure aim to make our lives easier and greener than before. A mechanical shark powered by human power might be a reality by next year if the team working behind its creation gets proper funding to turn the dream into a reality. The young undergraduate team of University of Warwick comprising of eight students have come up with initial renderings and a prototype of a submarine dubbed HPS Shakespeare. This beast will enter the upcoming European International Submarine Race competition, which is scheduled to be held from 7th to 11th July 2014.