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Sir James Dyson: How To Be A Successful Inventor

Sir James Dyson: How To Be A Successful Inventor

The path of an inventor is not an easy one. From his first invention in the 70’s (it was the Ballbarrow — a wheelbarrow with a ball) to his latest “baby”, the Supersonic hairdryer, Sir James Dyson has forged his own way. If you want to follow in his footsteps,…

Meet The Dyson Supersonic, The World’s Smartest Hairdryer

Meet The Dyson Supersonic, The World’s Smartest Hairdryer

Dyson — the British company famous for its vacuum cleaners and Air Multiplier fans — has invested almost $95 million, enlisted 103 engineers, built 600 prototypes, and has over 100 patents pending, all into the creation of a hairdryer. It’s one of those things that doesn’t seem to make sense…

Here’s How The Wheels Of The Supersonic Car Are Made

Here’s How The Wheels Of The Supersonic Car Are Made

When you’re trying to build the fastest car in human history, like the guys making the Bloodhound SSC, you have to make wheels that basically re-invent the wheel. To reach 1000mph and go supersonic, the wheels they’re using weigh over 230 pounds, nearly 3 feet wide and spin four times…