The year 2015 was excessive in technology brands took to leave behind. Whether you will have or not its corresponding mention in the Guinness Book, the news site Discovery Channel made the full list of which we extracted these 5 amazing records that the year to be left for history.
Since the robot greater distance walked in 3 days to quicker resolution, the story of a Rubik’s Cube, the year was too excessive in technology brands took to leave behind. Whether you will have or not its corresponding mention in the Guinness Book, the news site Discovery Channel made the full list of which we extracted these 5 amazing records that the year to be left for history.
Five Technology That Broke Records in 2015
1. Xingzhe, The Robot’s Walking Distance Traveled
Developed by the research team of Professor Li Qing School of Automation, University of Posts and Telecommunications Chongqing, China obviously, the robot named Xingzhe 1 remained with the brand after walking the impressive 134.03 kilometers distance in three days; he moved continuously for 54 hours and 34 minutes. In total, he completed 1,405 laps of 95.39 meters from indoor athletics. And all with a single battery charge, which was one of the requirements of Guinness.
2. The Longest Flight Hoverboard
It is the invention of Catalin Alexandru Duru, a Canadian of Romanian descent who could fly at a maximum height of 5 meters and for a distance of just 279 meters and average lake Ouareau, in Quebec, a device that took him a year to design and manufacture. A Guinness spokesman said this is “a tremendous achievement and an incredible feat in the world of engineering and transport”.
3. The Observation Decks Not Locked Highest in The World
When he finished the building in August, the Shanghai Tower became the tallest building in China and the second-tallest building in the world after the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. The 128 apartments are stunning, and 632 meters in total are raised, and the outer surface of the double glass facade is to be by twisting in a spiral as it rises. The glass gives the appearance of a transparent cover to the outer structure.
4. The Quickest Resolution of The Story of a Rubik’s Cube
A 14-year-old has the world record for speed-solving the Rubik’s cube in November in less than 5 seconds. More precisely, it took 4.904 seconds to complete the six faces of 3 x 3 during an official competition at River Hill High School in Clarksville, Maryland. The boy was called Lucas Etter and was confirmed by The World Cube Association as the fastest so far; having a certificate was beaten the previous record, 0.35 seconds slower.
5. The World’s Largest OLED Screen
Incheon International Airport in South Korea, LG mounted 140 world combining curved screens 55 inches to an impressive suspended display that measures 12 meters high and 8 wide largest OLED display. As OLED technology has large backlit requirements and its own light-emitting diodes, such a monstrosity of 290 million pixels is quite living and flexible enough to hang from the airport’s ceiling.