Here is the classic Science Gadgets & Invention That will literally Blow your Mind
5. 3D Robotic Display
A pioneering concept in out-of-home advertising, this cutting-edge display technology allows for nearly limitless versatility and multi-dimensional creative freedom.
Certainly not one of the largest and most popular brands in the world, Coca-Cola. Earlier this month, on August 8 to be precise, the beverage brand officially unveiled the world’s very first 3D robotic sign in Times Square.
Each LED screen is choreographed to match the advertisement on display, which in turn should draw the attention of the 300,000 or office workers and tourists who pass by the intersection. During the reveal, Guinness World Records was even onsite and awarded Coca-Cola two new records, one for the largest 3D robotic billboard and the other for it being the first 3D robotic billboard.
4. Magic Sand
Magic Sand is the sand which Never Gets Wet, How Cool Is That!
Magic Sand is regular sand which has been dyed and coated with a hydrophobic substance — a substance which repels water. Oil, for example, is a hydrophobic substance.
Pour a little oil into a cup of water and the oil does not mix; it simply floats to the surface. Magic Sand works just the same way except that Magic Sand sinks. The coating on the outside of the magic sand repels water and keeps the sand dry!
To store, simply remove the sand from the water with a spoon… it is perfectly dry!
Magnetic Putty is Fun To Play with and feel Satisfying Too. Basically, it is slim with Magnetic Ingredient inside it. So Whenever Magnet is Brought near the slime it Starts to React Weirdly
Sodium tetraborate is the chemical in borax that hooked the polymers in the glue together to form the putty-like material and Magnetite powder is been Sprayed. So that’s How Magnetic Slim is made
2. Levitation Floating Moon Lamp
Charged through wireless induction via the base, the moon floats above the Wooden Box, is illuminated from the inside to reveal the major features of the lunar surface, and will rotate when given a slight push.
This is Great as a night Lamp feels Creative and Gives a great look Wherever it is Kept
Mystical Moonlight Lamp
There Is Non- Levitating Moon also, which Is much Cheaper. Basically, It’s the same moon but does not rotate or float in air.
1. Sandbox Topography
A hands-on sandbox exhibit combined with 3D visualization applications created by researchers at UC Davis.
Simply mold the sand by hand and the landscape comes to life! The sand is augmented in real-time with an elevation color map, topographic contour lines, and simulated water.
A unique combination of sand & sensors, TopoBox projects an augmented micro-reality at your fingertips. Learn & teach topography, geography, natural sciences, watershed, and computer sciences using TopoBox.
Topobox is an incredible addition to any exhibit or classroom. Use it to teach myriad Earth Science subjects, or simply let participants explore the augmented reality of Topobox and learn independently.