If you use ANSYS software, why not highlight your superior simulation projects in the ANSYS Hall of Fame? The sixth annual competition is open to all engineers who use ANSYS software and want to showcase their simulation excellence. Entries from around the world feature striking images and animations of real-world applications of ANSYS software using single or multiple physics. The Hall of Fame features 5 best-in-class winners (who also receive an Apple iPad) and highlights 12 finalists from two separate categories: Corporate and Academic entries. Continue reading
Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week include autonomous robotics in the military, motorbike land speed records and an “unstealable” bicycle. Have a great weekend!
- Autonomous Military Robots Complete Mission
- Battery-less Device Powers a Pacemaker Using Heartbeats
- KillaJoule Electric Motorbike Breaks Three Land Speed Records
- Three Engineering Students Design the Yerka Project, a Bike that Can’t be Stolen
- Seattle’s Floating Sauna Project Seeks Crowdfunding Cash
Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week includes transparent solar panels, a crowdfunded mission to discover life on mars and an interview with the inventor of the original Apple mouse. Have a great weekend!
- Scientists Develop a Water Splitter that Runs on an Ordinary AAA Battery
- Next-Gen Solar Panels Are Nearly Invisible to the Naked Eye
- New Crowdfunded Mission Wants to Throw Darts at Mars to Search for Life
- SharkStopper is Claimed to Make You Sound Scary to Sharks
- The Engineer of the Original Apple Mouse Talks About His Remarkable Career
Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week includes a smart bench that charges your devices, a floating village in London and a robot producing “wall art.” Have a great weekend!
- Solar-Powered Smart Bench Charges Phones, Connects to WiFi
- Walk This Way: Smart Shoes Lead the Way for the Blind
- Mayor of London Unveils Plans for UK’s First Floating Village
- A Gravity-Defying Robot That Draws Huge Abstract Artworks
- 3 Reasons Why The Polaris Slingshot Needs To Be Your Next Toy
Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week include improved airport security, high-tech bats at the the home run derby and holograms from your phone. Have a great weekend!
- Google Signs Deal to Put Sensors Directly on Your Eye
- The Brilliant Machine that Could Finally Fix Airport Security
- High-Tech Bats at Triple-A Home Run Derby First to Reveal Live Swing Speeds
- ‘First-Ever Guided’ Bullet that can Change Direction Mid-Flight Could ‘Revolutionize Rifle Accuracy’
- Holographic Displays Coming to Smartphones
Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week focus on how technology is making your life easier and better, while students continue to improve their engineering skills through creative and enjoyable projects. Have a great weekend!
- Built for Baja: Engineering Students Play Dirty
- Hands-Free Driving Coming to New Cars Starting in 2015
- Israel is Building a Futuristic Transit System of Magnetic Pods
- Perching Robot Glider Nails Simulated Powerline Landings
- Soundhawk’s Earpiece Lets You Pick Exactly What You Want to Hear
Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week focus on the World Cup, as ANSYS helped ensure the integrity of the stadium and a look at the innovative way the competition kicked-off, as well as looking at the Ford/Heinz tomato car. Have a great weekend!
- ANSYS Ensures Structural Integrity of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Stadium
- Watch a Paraplegic in an Exoskeleton Open the World Cup — With a Kick
- Climb Glass Walls Like a Gecko with DARPA Tech
- Clever Domino’s Applies Physics Principles to Pizza Delivery
- Ford and Heinz Want to Cook Up Car Parts from Tomatoes
Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week include a wearable computer that allows you to learn things faster, a new view of the Chicago skyline and an early look at Google’s self-driving prototype car. Have a great weekend!
- A Super Smart Concept for Dumbed-Down Digital Signage
- Learn New Skills with Superhuman Speed
- Chicago Skyscraper Viewing Platform Tilts Visitors Over the Edge
- Airbus Launches All-Composite, All-Electric Plane
- Google Made a Self-Driving Car, and it Doesn’t Have a Steering Wheel