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How to Lucid Dream

Everyone has those dreams when they just don’t want the dream to end or maybe even alter it to their own liking or perhaps intensify the emotions and feelings of it. But alas, dreams end and leaving you wishing it were real. Although this can’t be changed, but taking control of your dreams is possible

CAST Makes Autonomous Convoys a Reality

CAST (Convoy Active Safety Technology) autonomously controls convoy vehicles to significantly reduce crew fatigue, eliminate rear-end collisions, enhance operator situational awareness and enable a more effective response to attack. The low-cost, kit-based system can be installed on a variety of transport vehicles, and drivers can switch over to autonomous mode at the touch of a

First Solar Powered Night Flight a Reality

It may sound as useful as a solar-powered torch, but an aircraft fuelled by the sun has accomplished its first ever manned night flight. The aircraft, built by Swiss company Solar Impulse, also broke the records for highest altitude and longest duration for a piloted solar flight. The craft took off at 6:51 local time yesterday

Nanoparticles to Cure Cancer a Reality

A promising new cancer treatment that may one day replace radiation and chemotherapy is edging closer to human trials. Kanzius RF therapy attaches microscopic nanoparticles to cancer cells and then “cooks” tumors inside the body with harmless radio waves. Based on technology developed by Pennsylvania inventor John Kanzius, a retired radio and TV engineer, the

sQuba: World’s First Underwater Car

Three decades ago James Bond (then enacted by British star Roger Moore) wowed the world with a car that could ‘fly’ under water in the movie The Spy Who Loved Me. Only, it was animation and not an actual scene. But Frank M Rinderknecht, the 52-year-old automobile visionary and boss of Swiss automaker Rinspeed, has

Laser Guided Bullets a Reality

US Army Special Forces soldiers will deploy with the XM-25 weapon this summer, so that they can shower enemies hidden inside buildings with lethal smart rounds. Veterans of the Afghanistan conflict who tried the weapon predicted it would be a “game changing” gun capable of taking out insurgents hidden behind cover, Military.com reports.The XM-25 resembles

DARPA’s “Transformer Flying Car” Program Takes-Off

DARPA didn’t reveal much at first about its “Transformer TX” program aimed at developing a flying car for the military. But now the full proposal has been published, and shows that the Pentagon agency hopes to get a prototype airborne by 2015. The mad scientists want a vertical-takeoff vehicle that handles like an off-road-capable SUV

BMW’s Green Sports Car Fantasy

“It’s the sports car of the future, the way BMW imagines it.” That’s how Adrian van Hooydonk, director of BMW’s group design, describes the “BMW Vision Efficient Dynamics” two-door concept vehicle to be unveiled at the upcoming Frankfurt Auto Show.

Video Scout: For surgeons or James Bond?

At just 3 millimeters in diameter, BC Tech’s Video Scout is one of the smallest medical cameras in the world.