This robotically woven carbon-fibre pavilion imitates the structure of a beetle shell using weaving robots. The 50 square metre, 593kg double-domed structure has web-like walls and ceilings that make it look as it was made by xenomorphs. This is how they made it.
HP’s launched a new range of consumer-centric laptops and desktops, including the glow-in-the-dark phoenix, touch screen all-in-ones and ultraportable models.
HP’s got plenty of products out there using their TouchSmart software, but now it’s finally hit their consumer-focused line of notebooks with the Pavilion dv6. It’s also part of a broader, metal makeover for the Pavilion line.