In this issue of PD&D, we’re designing a marsupial robot for extreme environments and 3D printing a functional metal bridge. Also, in this month’s...
In this issue of PD&D, we're re-designing a luxury yacht and turning the human hand into a user interface with ...
In this issue of PD&D, we’re visualizing future passenger airplanes and enabling hands-free, eyes-free engine maintenance and inspection. Also, in this...
In this issue of PD&D, we’re developing intelligent underwater robots and validating designs on the living heart. Also, in this month’s Brainstorm we ask:...
In this issue of PD&D we're replacing the Humvee and unveiling a small robot for compact spaces. Also, in this month’s Brainstorm we ask: How does the...
In this edition of PD&D we are designing a firefighting robot and screening infants for hearing loss with a BPA-free hearing screener. Also, in this month’...
In this edition of PD&D we are launching the world’s first all-electric satellite and rolling mobility into the future with the Me-Mover. Also, in this...
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In this issue: Not in My House: Many people have expressed concerns about robots taking our jobs, and it has been a topic that has garnered heated conversation...
In this issue: The World’s Second Printed Car: The Strati only has 49 total components, but the chassis was printed as a single piece in 44 hours ...
In this issue: King Kong Lives: Part marionette, animatronic, and puppet, the newest version of the famous ape is made up of 1.1 tons of steel,...
In this issue: Treating Pipelines Like Patients: Engineers combine multi-industry know-how to safely inspect underwater pipelines. Let Dead Ears Lie:...
In this issue: Answering I/O Design Challenges; Too Much of a Useless Thing; Searching for Exoplanets; Powering Remote Wireless Devices for 40 Years;...
In this issue: GE's Ultimate Flying Machine; 7 Things You Didn't Know about Subtractive Rapid Prototyping; Detroit Is a ‘Hole’; The Nuts & Bolts of...
In this issue: A Robot for Mars; Speeding the Development of Automated Electromechanical Testing Devices; Introducing a New generation of Rotary Encoders; The...
In this issue: The Sphere of Turbulence; Getting Linear Slides Up to Speed; BioPlotting Is People; Restoring Sight with Laserfit Lenses; How Outsourcing Went...
In this issue: Brace yourself as Breg attempts to shake up hip brace design by engineering a post-operative rehab product that patients actually wear, and with...
In this issue of PD&D, Across America in 12,000 Solar Cells: Flying day and night, the Solar Impulse aircraft made history when it completed a...
In this issue of PD&D, The Seabreacher Thrills Above & Below the Water: This unique breed of watercraft exhibits design ingenuity, bio-mimicry, and...
In this issue of PD&D, Riding Tandem with Parker and Brammo as they work together on the next generation of electric motorcycle design, and the Advancement...
The Dragonfly Inspires: Festo has spent years developing and supporting projects that have basic technical principles derived from nature to arrive at its...
Welcome to My Nightmare: The heads of Distortions Unlimited started a business in horror-themed masks and props, but when they built an animatronic electric...
Everybody loves the style and lavish performance of high-end luxury vehicles like the Mercedes Black Series. Similarly, who doesn’t' like a really fast boat?...
As robots are becoming more powerful and useful by the minute, design engineers struggle to make each new design more autonomous, fluid, and life-like. Still,...
What happened to airplanes that simply landed and took off on solid ground, and occasionally on water? ICON Aircraft first caught our attention...
Colonizing Mars by 2023: With the success of other privatized space organizations building interstellar utensils, the reality that Mars One will reach the red...
7 Ways that Additive Manufacturing is Changing How and What We Design: Additive manufacturing is enabling new types of products to be created in new materials...