Featuring Nikola Tesla's death mask. Host Mo Rocca shows us learning the science of gravity with bowling balls; the physics involved with the art of stone balancing; the rivalry between Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison; and the new bee hive that makes the honey flow.
Featuring the Ford Tri-Motor. Host Mo Rocca shows us how you may be able to someday print your clothes; the panic button app giving you protection in the palm of your hand; the history of the Tri-Motor airplane.
Featuring the Farris Windmill. Host Mo Rocca shows us the TV magic behind the first down lines on football telecasts; the App Camp for Girls; the history behind windmill innovations; and putting out fires with sound waves.
Featuring video games. Host Mo Rocca shows us the physics behind the tallest roller coaster; making makeup at home with the inventor of the 3D makeup printer; historic arcade and video games; and the headlights for your running shoes.
Featuring the Vagabonds. Host Mo Rocca shows us the car dashboard that makes sure you're paying attention; the softest speakers putting you to sleep; the light making your video chats glow; and history's greatest innovators go camping.
Featuring the DC-3. Host Mo Rocca shows us what device is keeping sharks away from swimmers; the video doorbell connected to your smartphone; the history of the DC-3 airliner; and the coating for plastic bottles that gets the last drop.
Featuring Firestone Farm. Host Mo Rocca shows us the physics involved with the art of stone balancing; farmers saving water with the tree T-PEE; the history of turning the family farm into a business; and the chemistry behind the polymers we use every day.
Featuring the fashions of Elizabeth Parke Firestone. Host Mo Rocca shows us the innovative designs of the tiniest homes; the historic fashion of the Queen of Tires; the inventor of the phone in your pocket; and words of wisdom from the inventors we've profiled to the innovators of tomorrow.
Featuring the 1939 Sikorsky VS-300A Helicopter. Host Mo Rocca shows us the inventor of a soccer ball that generates plug-in power; Igor Sikorsky, the father of the helicopter; saving lives with Snake Robots; and the Penguin Chick Bot that is giving researchers a new view into the penguin world.
Featuring the long history of electric cars. Host Mo Rocca shows us the overhead Skycam camera giving a bird's-eye view of sporting events; the 100-year-old history of the electric car; an inventor who will help you never to be cold again; and the company turning ocean plastic into products.
Featuring historic Eagle Tavern. Host Mo Rocca shows us an electric bike wheel to power your ride; a restaurant serving a 100-year-old menu; the wonders of the world's highest tech sports stadium located in Silicon Valley; and the inventors of the Chairless Chair.
Featuring selected cars in Henry Ford Museum. Host Mo Rocca shows us the chef using science to add to your dining experience; the evolution of cars throughout history; the 13-year-old who built an affordable Braille printer; and brushing your teeth with a Bluetooth toothbrush.
Featuring the wrinkled Merino sheep of Greenfield Village. Host Mo Rocca shows us the creator of the pop singer's best friend, Autotune; The Henry Ford and the return of wrinkled sheep; the invention that shoots spawning salmon over obstructions as they swim upstream; and lifelike robot predatory birds to lessen the dangers of real birds at airports.
Featuring the Heinz House, home of a food packaging pioneer. Host Mo Rocca shows how nanotechnology could make dirty clothes a thing of the past; how food packaging changed how we shop; innovations that are taking the frustration out of finding that parking space; inventions to make sure you never lose your keys again.
Featuring the 1939 Sikorsky VS-300A Helicopter. Host Mo Rocca shows us that soon you may be able to print your pancakes; Igor Sikorsky, the father of the helicopter; recording sound off of leaves; and never lose anything again.
Featuring Henry Ford's violin collection. Host Mo Rocca shows a teen who invented a battery-free flashlight; diagnosing million-dollar violins with CAT scans; cloth that generates electricity; and is payment technology making wallets extinct?
Featuring the Dymaxion House. Host Mo Rocca shows software that can accurately age any facial picture to up to 80 years old; a futuristic portable home of the past; emergency tech - how to stay in touch when the power goes out; how actress Hedy Lamarr changed our wireless world.
Featuring the iconic Rosa Parks Bus. Host Mo Rocca shows the creator of the pop singer's best friend, Auto-Tune; Rosa Parks and the bus that changed the world of race relations; humanoid robots are making it into the mainstream; and skimming the plastics from our oceans.
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