What happens after you pull the parachute and land safely on the ground? Well, it’s gotta get packed up. BASE jumper Sean Chuma shows us how he packs up a parachute and it’s a lot of freaking work. There’s so many different folds of the ‘chute and ties of the cord and they’re all mindful of each other with the overall…
This robot is so dumb and goofy but also very, very decent at its very, very simple job: it packs up bolts in such perfect alternating orientation that it would make any factory worker jealous. In fact, with the soundtrack that the video is set to, I almost wish that I will come back as this robot arm in my next life.
Did you know that only five percent of Americans travel abroad each year? Beat the odds, get a passport and go see the world. It's easier than you might think. Here's our starter guide for the new traveler.
Knowing how much underwear to pack for a trip can be fraught with problems: how many pairs do you need for a long trip, and what happens if there's... an accident? Don't fear, though, because this chart will help you know exactly what to pack.
This time-lapse video shows the intricate steps involved as the European Space Agency loads its latest Automated Transport Vehicle in preparation for a summer launch. The ATV-5 will be carried on an Ariane 5 rocket from the agency's spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, and will deliver 2,600 kilograms of dry cargo to…
Doesn't matter if you're going away for a few nights or a fortnight, there's no need to carry more matched luggage than Princess Vespa. With a bit of planning and these simple storage techniques, you'll be able to pack your holiday's worth of gear into a standard carry-on.
Even though you might have to salvage the boxes from your local grocery store, and they'll probably be emblazoned with Rice-A-Roni and Chiquita Banana logos, you can still ensure the next time you move is a classy affair with these upscale rolls of fake leather strap packing tape. Swanky.
Lego Mindstorm robots aren't anything new. That said, Lego robots that might one day replace line workers at a factory (a la the car industry), that is certainly something I've never seen before. Until today, I mean.
My current system for packing pens, cables, earphones, and generally anything else smaller than a paperback book: cram that shit in the front pouch of my backpack! It doesn't exactly make unpacking easy. Nau's folding Fluent Stash can restore sanity.
We gadget freaks obsess over gear, big and small: cameras, phones, notebooks, desktops, home theater speakers, HDTVs, and much more. But how often do we pay attention to the technology surrounding our gear, the packing material that keeps it safe?