Drones are increasing in popularity between both teens and adults these days. started from use in the military they are now making their way to ordinary civilian use.
Drones havea wide variety of uses and like we've mentiones before they are used by the military and now even by adults and teens.
--Trying to film a home video(or be a movie star) but just cant seem to get the right angles? Drones can be equipped with the highest resolution cameras to give you the best views and shots from anywhere.
--For big businesses like telecom they are being used to conduct tower inspections. They are able to show live feed for tower inspections and sharing live feed, picture and data to these companies.
--These devices are actually used to save lives and the forest. Instead of spending big bucks using planes and helicopters to put out fires, traines experts are actually in the business of using drones to put out some of these fires while saving the taxpayers precious earned dollars.
3d printing is one of the scariest technological advances in the 21st century. This technology gives you the opportunity to bring your wildest dream or imagination to life.
--3d printing can also be called additive manufacturing. It is the construction of a three dimensional object from a CAD model. CAD stands for computer-aided design and uses software to aid the creation, modification, analysis or optimization of a design.3d printing techniques in the 1980's were only suitable for the production of only functional or aesthetic prototypes. Move on now to 2020, 3d printing is now considered viable as an industrial-production technology.
--Its been reported that the McLaren race team is using 3D printed parts on some of their race cars. Instead of taking 5 weeks to create a rear wing replacement they can now create one in 5 days thanks to 3D printing.
--3D printing has now moved into the medical field. studies are underway in Australia to create custom, on demand 3D surgical implants for patients suffering with bone cancer.