The University of Melbourne's Thuong Hoang and David Kelly demonstrate the use of augmented reality technology to project a human skeleton and organs onto a person wearing a suit, to assist physiotherapy students learning anatomy.
Lots of people live in them, and they're found on every suburban street, but how are houses actually built Michael Pankowski, a Divine Homes builder, gives us the low down on building a house from the vacant block of land to the finished home.
Skyscrapers seem to defy the laws of physics by holding up millions of kilograms of weight. Brendan Scott, a Civil Engineer from the University of Adelaide, explains how engineers use maths and science to figure out how we can build large and complex structures without them falling down.
Rob Rabba from Eureka Skydeck takes us on a tour of Australia's second biggest building and shows us its extreme features. A cube in the Eureka Tower is specially built to have the illusion of glass shattering and then turning seethrough, so whoever is standing in there feels like they might fall through.
A green building in Melbourne called CH2 has been built with the environment in mind. Rob Adams, Director of City Design for the Melbourne City Council gives us a tour around this ecofriendly building.
Architects have the exciting job of designing all types of buildings from skyscrapers to schools, from houses to churches. So, we find out from architect, Olivia Crawford, exactly what she does when she designs a building.
Flinders University's Stuart Wildy and Curtis Merrett reveal their prototype for the 2017 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, describing the process of designing a solar-powered car, and testing out the technologies on a modified golf cart.
Climb aboard the Solar Impulse II and catch a glimpse of how planes may come to operate in the future. Throughout history, innovations in flight have taken a few tries but the Solar Impulse II is able to harness solar power in a way that could eventually change the fact of the entire airline industry.