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Technology resources applied to modern constructions
If we say that technology has completely changed the way people live their lives, then this will be a very true statement. Not only has technology contributed in getting knowledge about the human bodies, about our earth and a number of other things,...
Two Drones Were Used to Build a Rope Bridge That Was Strong Enough for a Human to Walk On [VIDEO]
In the future, people in construction will be using more drones than cranes possibly. This video here demonstrates just how these people used two drones to build a rope bridge. And it was even strong enough for a human to walk across.
Giant Lego Blocks Could Be The Future of Construction [VIDEO]
Are Lego bricks the future of construction? A company called Kite Bricks is developing a construction system claiming it to be 80% cheaper and quicker than current methods all while being environmentally friendly and…quiet. Their products are a li...
Company Uses Recyclable Cardboard to Make Snowboards [VIDEO]
Signal Snowboards's glass snowboards are surprisingly resilient on slopes, and their latest creation was made from recyclable corrugated cardboard. The boards was laminated using a store bought polyurethane, and it worked great. Check out how they...
What the 5,500-Year-Old Man Could Have Looked Like [VIDEO]
The dude you're staring at in the picture above is 5,500 years old. His face was reconstructed from a prehistoric skull buried near the UK's Stonehenge which is 5,500 years old. The reconstruction was brought to life by Swedish sculptor Oscar Ni...
Prefab Is The Future of Home Construction. Watch This House Get Put Together in 20 Minutes [VIDEO]
Designed by architected Camino Alonso, the APH80 prefab houses are made at a computer nemerical control mill factory. The house is a a compact 29.5 by 9.84 feet (9 by 3 meters) home that can get carried in a truck and deployed in 20 minutes. Alonso...
Ancient Romans Have Been Building Monuments Centuries Before The Colosseum
Rome wasn't built in a day. In fact it took longer than anyone imagined. The New York Times reports of an 11 mile archaeological dig last summer from central Rome revealing that the Romans were erecting monuments far longer than thought. It turns ou...
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