Sprayable antennas turn surfaces into ultra-thin, transparent transmitters

 

As crucial as antennas are, the rigid metals they’re made of can limit what devices they can be built into. To help with that, researchers at Drexel University have developed a new kind of antenna that can be sprayed onto just about any surface.

Source: newatlas.com

Long Exposure Photos Capture the Light Paths of Drones Above Mountainous Landscapes

Photographer Reuben Wu creates images that reveal an alien splendor in natural and manmade landscapes across the globe. Previously he has explored the brilliant blue rivers of molten sulfur in Indonesian volcanoes, and photographed the thousands of glistening mirrors that compose Nevada’s SolarReser

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