The in future humans have reached out to the stars, well the solar system at least. However, the Earth and its colonies on the Moon and Mars need recourses, thankfully there is a whole lot of resources to be harvested in the asteroid belt this is the new Gold Rush and it comes with its dangers too. Welcome to the world of the Asteroids Outposts, it’s dark, dangerous and nobody said it was going to be easy, did they?
Welcome to the New Gold Rush! Asteroids: Outpost is an open world sandbox survival game. As a deep space miner, you must stake, protect, and expand your claim, to mine valuable resources. Craft, customize, and upgrade your equipment. Ally with friends and defend against claim jumpers as you go From Rocks to Riches.
There is no doubt the washing machine uses lots of water, power and chemicals in the detergent, yet we have to keep our clothing clean and that applies even if we are camping or living off the grid. So, what is the answer here? The Laundry Pod looks like an interesting option, as it is able to wash small amounts of laundry, using a small amount of water and no electricity at all. Continue reading “Wash Your Laundry With Minimal Water And No Electricity!”
If there is just one single thing that really annoys travellers, it has to be losing your case after it has been checked in at the airport, although as many people will already know your case with all of your clothing and other stuff can be lost anywhere and at anytime. However, thanks to Delsey, this could be a problem of the past as they have come up with Pluggage, which looks like it could be the luggage of the future. As with all connected stuff, there is always an app that links the owners Smartphone with the smart device and this is no exception to that rule. Once synchronised, the owner is not only able to keep track of the case, there are a whole load of other cool features too. Continue reading “Pluggage Smart Luggage The Future For Travellers!”
When it comes to time travel it seems that the movie industry has got it all sorted, from the Terminator to Star Trek time travel is relatively easy and once you are able to travel in time there is nothing that you cannot change, unless you subscribe to H G Wells version of time travel in the Time Machine. However, here is a short movie that once again takes on the question of space and time travel, it is called Time Trap and is written and directed by Michael Shanks (Tim Tim Fed). Yet everything works out in the end for the traveller, even though it comes at a cost to somebody. Will they never learn, time travel is dangerous and somebody always comes out worse off.
Technology is cool but a low battery alert is not and so we are constantly on the look out for something to help us out in these situations. The Energy+ backpack looks like it could be an interesting option for anyone who out and about with no access to mains power. First of all, it is a backpack with thirteen pockets and a massive 1450 cubic inches of space available. But the main reason for buying the Energy+ backpack is the 10,400 mAh battery pack and cable system.
It comes with USB ports and enough power to keep your gadgets going for a few days, which is all we ask for really. This backpack is well thought out though, with everything a gadget loving traveller is going to need such as; a trolley slot, full length zipper and enough room to house a 15.5 inch laptop. The Lithium Ion battery provides 10,400 mAh with a full battery charge time of around 7 to 8 Hours, which is enough to fully charge a smartphone four times or a tablet device once.
The charging is carried out through the two 1 Amp USB ports for charging phones and single 2.1 Amp USB port for charging the tablet device. So, what is the cost of such luxury? Well the Energy+ Backpack is available right now and is priced at around $200, which is not a high price for cutting edge design and technology.
We know that NASA astronauts reached the Moon first in the space race, but the Soviet Union has plans too and we have the movie to prove it! This is the fully restored video in colour of the Soviet Union: Leningrad Popular Science Film Studios movie from 1965 and directed by Pavel Klushantsev. The first part of video concentrates on how the Soviet Union could get to the Moon first and in the second part, it talks about the first spacewalk on March 18th 1965 by the Soviet cosmonaut Alexey Leonov and the next step, which would have been to the Moon. Although the science demonstrated in the movie leaves a lot to be desired.