Have you ever wanted to fly with a jetpack? In those jetpack fantasies, have you ever thought about flying over Paris? Source: FlyView If this fairly specific fantasy appeals to you, you’re in luck. FlyView Paris is a tourist attraction in Paris, accessible from the Place de l’Opera in Downtown Paris. It’s a permanent attraction, boasting HTC Vive-powered helmets and jetpacks to fully simulate the flying experience. Once you hop onto the jetpacks, you’ll be able to look around in 360° for a full 13 minutes of actual, real-life footage taken from flying over Paris. In addition to the 360° footage, the jetpack will move
VIDEO: Elon Musk Speech at the Climate Conference in Paris
Elon Musk, serial entrepreneur and hands-on executive for his disruptive businesses, Tesla Motors, SpaceX and Solar City gave a short, but sweet speech during the 21st Climate Change conference, which takes place in Paris, France. There’s no denying that humans are impacting the environment, but even if that could be argued, one cannot argue that we as a society have to become more efficient. Just as tractors replaced horses and oxes in the fields, and those replaced human labor, we need to look beyond the tractor to increase efficiency and consequentially, productivity of the said piece of land. Instead of giving you a long article filled
ORNL Showcases Life-like 3D Printed Shelby AC Cobra
At the 2015 Conférence des Nations Unies sur les Changements Climatiques (UN Conference on Climate Change), which takes place in Paris, France, manufacturing division of Oak Ridge National Laboratories presented what they believe is a watershed moment for the future of manufacturing. ORNL Manufacturing demonstrated a 3D printed version of legendary Shelby AC Cobra, printed using an all-metal process. The organization used several different printers to achieve a life like look and feel. By polishing the metal, they ended with the same ‘experience’ as a conventionally manufactured sheet metal would look like. Leather seats were not 3D printed though, but pretty much everything else was.