The majestic airship returns!

Zeppelin-nt-airship.jpgIt’s been long enough. Today’s passengers can barely remember the horrific fireball. Time for the airship to make a comeback.

The German-built Zeppelin NT is 75 meters long and cruises at a top speed of 50 miles an hour. Don’t laugh, that’s fast for a thing made out of sheets and…

Tokyo Flash gives users a taste of Tokyo with the 'Kyokusen' watch

tokyo-flash-watch-kyokusen.jpgI don’t think I know a single person who doesn’t love Tokyo Flash watches, but then, I don’t think I know a single person who actually knows how to read the time on one of their famously-complicated watch faces.

The Japanese company has a new model out, ‘Kyokusen’, which has apparently been inspired by Tokyo, as shown through the digital tubes, curved lines and bright lights. ‘Kyokusen’ means ‘curved lines’ in Japanese, and…

3D printing moves one step closer…

Some boffins have been running tests involving laser printers. Test that, like all good tests, have involved dogs, facial restructuring and cutting-edge technology.

The scientists, from the Tissue Engineering Department at the University of Tokyo Hospital, have successfully printed out 3D bone replacements, using enhanced inkjet technology…