Dog owners are sure to appreciate this convenient gadget that senses when your dog is approaching and sends out a stream of water for your pooch to guzzle whenever they're thirsty. It saves us owners from having to read Fido's mind (that stare could mean anything) and keeps them happy by giving them a fun, safe fountain to use.
Every foodie drools over photos of culinary triumphs in magazines or on sites like Pintrest. Well, prepare yourselves for a conceptual device that takes a photo of your food, captures the smell and then drops the combined image/smell on a postcard to send to your foodie friends.
It's practically impossible to get a good banana outside of the tropics. The bananas that you'll find at the supermarket, called Cavendish bananas, taste like mush compared to tropical varieties, but because the Cavendish travels well, that's all we get. Urbanana (Urbanana!) is a concept that would allow tropical fruits to be grown in cities instead.
Millions of folks start the day with a cup of coffee, but did you know that the thing giving us a welcome jolt of energy every morning looks like this? Yup, those are caffeine crystals and you're probably drinking them…right now.
NASA-led scientists are busily prepping a menu that future explorers of Mars will be able to take advantage of. Whereas space nosh for orbit is whipped up following tight constraints and is typically bland, NASA research-chefs are able to boldly explore new territory in the realm of interstellar eats.
One of the NASA Space Apps Challenges that we didn't hear so much about was BakerFaire: how to make bread in space. In just three hours, 16 year old Sam Wilkinson managed to come up with a way to make bread rise instantly in microgravity without using yeast.
There's a reason people buy single-serving snacks: when presented with a giant bag of things that are tasty, it's hard to both keep track of how much you've eaten and convince yourself that no, you really don't need to eat just one more. Researchers from Cornell's Food and Brand Lab may have a solution: adding "stop signs" to food.
Sure, it's quibbling to pick on your packed lunch when you are going to be strapped to the world's biggest roman candle and be launched into space. And of course, the astronauts on the Apollo 10 mission back in May of 1969 did no such thing.
As Land Rover has become the ride of the gentry in recent years it could be hard to remember that this brand has its roots in being an adventurers ride. No more, thanks to a "Survival Guide" created as part of the owner's manuals distributed to purchasers in Dubai.
Imagine this food truck orbiting your office building at lunchtime, looking for a place to dock and to dispense rocket fuel. Our giggling could go on and on but let's bring this down to Earth: the owners of this fully functioning Space Shuttle food truck have put the vehicle on eBay and it can be yours for $150,000.