Today’s Technology Center Boasts Alternative Fuel Racecar, Synthetic Human Body

Booth W-100 is the place for a close-up look at the Buckeye Bullet alternative-fuel racecar from The Ohio State Universit, as well as the opportunity to see (and feel!) the inner workings of a human (synthetic)body from SynDaver.

The staff of Aerospace Manufacturing and Design, Today’s Medical Developments, Today’s Energy Solutions, and American Manufacturing announces the highlights of their hands-on, interactive booth. Booth W-100 will highlight the iPad and Droid versions of American Manufacturing, displaying the magazine’s interactive capabilities on various iPad stands.

 

Booth W-100 is the place for a close-up look at the Buckeye Bullet–The student-built, student-created, alternative-fuel racecar from The Ohio State University, which recently reached a top speed of more than 320mph, at the Bonneville Salt Flats, setting a FIA (Federation Internationale de I’Automobile) land speed record.

 

Next, take the opportunity to see (and feel!) the inner workings of a human body—a synthetic body, that is—from SynDaver. Featuring the world’s most sophisticated synthetic tissue and body parts, body breathes, bleeds, and employs hundreds of muscles, bones and organs.

 

Then, move on to view the future of aviation with several Unmanned Air Vehicles from Oklahoma State University, as well as Lockheed Martin’s K-Max helicopter, which has the capability to navigate traditionally or via remote control. Attendees will also have the opportunity to pilot Flyer 1, the experimental aircraft created by the Wright brothers in 1903, via a simulator, prior to having their photo taken with the aircraft.