Designers turned to the Gaboon Viper, a venomous snake that uses ultra-black scales to camouflage itself from prey. Continue reading →
Spider silk-like proteins could be a viable alternative to the petroleum-based nylon and polyester, which dominate performance outerwear.
Robots delivering your packages, setting records and driving you around. What's not to love?
Underwater jet packs, glow-in-the-dark skateboard parks, heated hoodies and driverless buses round out this week's Tasty Tech gallery.
A swimming suit that cleans up ocean pollution, a waterless sink and an indestructible drone round out this week's gallery.
After having their feet scanned in a store, runners would get a pair of shoes with customized midsole printed on the spot. Continue reading →
Wireless Armour boxers create a flexible Faraday cage around men's sensitive equipment. Continue reading →
A startup believes this could soon become a stronger, stretchier and softer alternative to the material made by silkworms and spiders. Continue reading →
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