HP Z VR Backpack PC

Most VR rigs have been focused on gaming. The HP Z VR Backpack PC is not your average VR rig. Aimed at the professional market for visualization, walk-through simulations, and employee training, the Z is a workstation-class PC, with an Intel Core i7 Pro processor, up to 32 GB of RAM, and a Nvidia Quadro GPU. While in backpack mode, it supports most head-mounted displays and runs off of dual hot-swappable batteries yet weighs just 10 pounds, and when it's time to sit down and get work done IRL, its dock gives you support for two 4K displays and plenty of ports.

  • New Matter MOD-t Desktop 3D Printer

    Forget trying to hide an industrial-looking box. Thanks to a sleek design penned by Frog, the New Matter MOD-t Desktop 3D Printer is a gadget you'll be proud to have displayed in your work area. Its white base is covered by a transparent plastic hood, letting you view the printer's moving build plate and extruder as they work. The printer has a maximum resolution of 100 microns, a maximum build size of 6 by 5 by 4 inches, and uses standard PLA filament.

  • Multi Rope-Free Sideways Elevator

    The Elevator hasn't changed much since its debut over 160 years ago. Until now. Developed by Germany's ThyssenKrupp, the Multi Rope-Free Elevator leverages linear motor technology developed for maglev trains to enable an all-new building transportation system. Unlike traditional elevators, the Multi utilizes multiple cabins traveling up one shaft and down another in a single continuous loop. Yes, that means they can move both vertically and horizontally, with the guiding equipment spinning to accommodate 90-degree turns. Far from a concept, the first Multi system is being installed in Berlin's new East Side Tower, and given its benefits over typical systems, you'll likely see them popping up in urban markets across the globe.

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