Greenpeace activists are going to fall in love with the genius invention of Li Fan : curtains made of living plants. Chinese inventor, Li Fan, has come up with a brilliant way to support the environment,
Chinese inventors show off the gladiator robot they want to use to challenge the US' 'Megabot'
A fighting robot called “The Monkey King” was created by Chinese inventors that is worth $US14 million. This was the third gladiator robot revealed after IS and Japan reveled theirs. US’ “MK III Megabot” was officially challenged by these new robot of China for a duel. But the duel will happen after the fight of […]
Chinese Inventors Create 'World's First Personalised Family Robot'
Chinese Inventors Have Created An 'Air Umbrella' That Blows Rain And Snow Away Read more: http://www.citylab.com/weather/2014/10/china-disrupts-the-parasol-industry-with-the-air-umbrella/381526/#ixzz3GRQR17i5
#Entrepreneur .... "The dreaded act of parallel parking could soon become a thing of the past with Chinese inventors backing their new parking robot to take away the stress for anxious drivers."..... https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/278582
The Spinning Wheel, by Northern Song (960–1127) artist Wang Juzheng. The Chinese invented the belt drive by the 1st century BC for silk quilling. The mechanical belt drive, using a pulley machine, was first mentioned in the text the Dictionary of Local Expressions by the Han Dynasty author Yang Xiong (53–18 BC) in 15 BC, used for a quilling machine that wound silk fibers on to bobbins for weavers' shuttles. The belt drive is an essential component to the invention of the spinning wheel.
A Chinese inventor, Yang Zongfu celebrates on his six-ton (5,443 kg) ball container named Noah's Ark of China after he succeeds in a series of tests of the vessel in Yiwu, Zhejiang province, August 6, 2012. The vessel was designed to protect people inside from external heat, water and external impact.
Although we still cannot accurately predict earthquakes, we have come a long way in detecting, recording, and measuring seismic shocks. Many don’t realise that this process began nearly 2000 years ago, with the invention of the first seismoscope in 132 AD by a Chinese inventor called Zhang (‘Chang’) Heng. The device was remarkably accurate in detecting earthquakes from afar, and did not rely on shaking or movement in the location where the device was situated. The ancient Chinese did…