Search
Info

 

 

 

Park Stats
2763 Parks listed
2162 Pet Friendly Parks listed

Map Marker Colours
Green = Pet Friendly
Red = Not Pet Friendly

Symbols on Map Markers
Dot = No Group
B4 = Big 4
FP = Family Parks Australia
Kui = Kui Parks
TT = Top Tourist

 

GizMag

Tue, 23 Apr 2024 04:47:06 GMT | C.C. Weiss

The Dongfeng M-Hunter is rumored to be slated for production, but we're not sure if it'll be street-legal or off-road-only

Chinese auto manufacturer Dongfeng has shoveled some heavy marketing into its M-Hero 917, the big, brawny, quad-motor luxury SUV it launched domestically last year and recently introduced in Switzerland.

Continue Reading

Category: Automotive, Transport

Tags: , ,

Tue, 23 Apr 2024 04:21:55 GMT | Paul McClure

An AI model predicts atrial fibrillation (AF) 30 minutes in advance

AI trained on simple heart rate data can predict an episode of the most common heart rhythm disorder, atrial fibrillation, 30 minutes in advance, new research has shown. With plans for it to be incorporated into a smartphone so it can analyze data from a smartwatch, the model would act as an early warning system.

Continue Reading

Category: Medical, Science

Tags: , , , , , , ,

Tue, 23 Apr 2024 03:49:30 GMT | Paul McClure

The unassuming blessed thistle contains a compound that regenerates damaged nerves

Damaged nerve fibers (axons) in the peripheral nervous system can regenerate themselves, but complete functional recovery often doesn’t occur. That’s because the Schwann cells responsible for regeneration stop providing support after about three months. If the restoration of nerve function, called reinnervation, hasn’t happened in that time, the axonal injury often results in lifelong incomplete recovery and can lead to nerve or neuropathic pain.

Continue Reading

Category: Medical, Science

Tags: , , , , , ,

Mon, 22 Apr 2024 23:46:52 GMT | David Szondy

The test was the first dogfight between an AI-controlled fighter and a human piloted aircraft

An F-16 fighter plane running on artificial intelligence has engaged in the first-ever aerial dogfight exercise with a human-piloted counterpart. This is the first footage of the September mock fight, conducted as part of DARPA's Air Combat Evolution (ACE) program.

Continue Reading

Category: Military, Technology

Tags: , , , ,

Mon, 22 Apr 2024 19:46:56 GMT | Ben Coxworth

By monitoring a few sensor-enhanced plants in a field, farmers could be warned of emerging problems such as insect infestation (pictured) while it's still early enough to save the crop

Specially tagged "sentinel plants" could soon provide an early warning of crop problems such as insect damage or bacterial infection. These plants would utilize two "glowing" sensors that react to stress-related compounds in the leaves.

Continue Reading

Category: Science

Tags: , , ,

Mon, 22 Apr 2024 15:16:42 GMT | Adam Williams

The 2024 Noyer XL has a length of 38.5 ft (11.7 m) and is based on a triple-axle trailer

Canada's Minimaliste previously impressed us with its Noyer and Noyer XL models, which offer luxurious small living in all weather, including extremes of hot and cold. The firm has now iterated on the Noyer line once again with a new and improved – and even larger – tiny house that offers lots of storage space and a roomy apartment-like layout.

Continue Reading

Category: Tiny Houses, Lifestyle

Tags: , , , ,

Mon, 22 Apr 2024 14:30:41 GMT | Paul Ridden

German high-end bike maker Propain has added a "short-travel ripper for home trails and trail parks" to its eMTB range. The Sresh CF sports a Shimano mid-drive motor offering 600 watts of peak power, a lightweight blended carbon/fabric frame and a SRAM 12-speed drivetrain.

Continue Reading

Category: Bicycles, Transport

Tags: , , ,

Mon, 22 Apr 2024 07:33:34 GMT | Paul McClure

The 2024 AI Index report highlights what needs to change about AI

Last week, we discussed AI's incredible evolution in terms of its performance against humans. Almost across the board, AI has surpassed humans in a range of performance-based tasks, necessitating the development of new, more challenging benchmarks. Arguably, that degree of development could be classed as a 'good.' This follow-up article discusses the not-so-good that has resulted from AI's rapid evolution.

Continue Reading

Category: Technology

Tags: , , ,

Mon, 22 Apr 2024 07:20:33 GMT | Michael Irving

An artist's impression of Ichthyotitan severnensis washed up on a beach, while some curious dinosaurs investigate

A newly described species of marine reptile could be the largest to ever swim the world’s oceans. The “giant fish lizard” lived more than 200 million years ago, and may give the blue whale a run for its money, size-wise.

Continue Reading

Category: Biology, Science

Tags: , , , , ,

Mon, 22 Apr 2024 07:00:00 GMT | Loz Blain

James Bruton's omnidirectional, self-balancing

British YouTuber James Bruton has plenty of experience with self-balancing technology and omnidirectional wheels, having already built a self-balancing bicycle using a sideways-mounted omni-wheel, as well as a heap of self-stabilizing robot projects.

Continue Reading

Category: Motorcycles, Transport

Tags: , , ,