Mookkie is one smart feed bowl. The new device can tell Fido from Fluffy—and keep one from eating the other’s food!
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If a tree falls in the Tidmarsh Wildlife Sanctuary, it doesn’t matter if no one’s around. You can hear it anyway. That’s because researchers have hidden dozens of wireless sensors, microphones, and cameras amid the foliage of this Plymouth, Massachusetts, nature preserve. Read More
Aaaand they’re off! Horse racing is one of the world’s most ancient sports. Two or more equines sprint over a course—which is fastest? Racing has seen innovations before now: the photo-finish camera (1936), electric starting gates (1940), and closed-circuit television (1967). Read More
About 70% of Earth’s surface is covered in water. God made humans to live on land. He made fish to live in water. Amphibians do a bit of both. What if, some scientists and designers wondered, humans could don gills and draw oxygen from water? Read More
In 1903, the Wright Brothers’ first successful airplane stayed aloft for 12 seconds and reached a breakneck speed of 30 miles per hour. This summer, aerospace giant Boeing revealed plans for another aviation first—a hypersonic passenger plane. Read More
Did you know your own body produces usable energy through body heat? The makers of the PowerWatch by Matrix have figured out how to harness body heat—and turn it into electricity. That electricity then recharges the smart watch while you wear it. Read More