缘来文化,知识视界,科教视频,国际教育视频,青少科教视频,视频教育资源库

Serial Features——

Hi-tech Challenges

Added: U.S.A
Added: 2006
Category: Engineering Technology
Abstract: This series introduces viewers to technical wonders. The ever-advancing technology pushes humans to limits again and again. Hi-tech challenges result in numerous technological innovations. Concord inaugurated a new era in airplane travel. Space shuttle has been commissioned with the important task of exploring the wealth of space for humans. Without high technology, many heroic events in human history could not be accomplished.

Video Recommended

  • Play>>

    Hi-tech Challenges —— The Phantom

    Hi-tech challenges, a video encyclopaedia that covers breathtaking images with simple explanations. The Phantom, a war plane of our fabulous families, with impressive high performance, they have marked up a fantastic series of technological firsts. The Phantom was a resounding commercial success, too. With more than 4,000 of them sold to airforces of some 50 countries around the world. The Phantom is a flying legend.
  • Play>>

    Hi-tech Challenges —— The Rafale

    The airplane, born on the computer screen of Dasur Aviation Designing Office in thin colored lines was first called the ACX, but very soon became the Rafale, an aircraft or rather a technology demonstrator. Because what we needed was a machine that unfailingly would meet the needs of the French Army and air forces at the start of the 21st century.
  • Play>>

    Hi-tech Challenges —— Concorde

    The great adventure of supersonic passenger flight began in the early 1950s. The French encouraged by technologic strive made the Kalavia programme and the British by that with the Comet decided to begin the first design studies. Starting from two separate projects, Concorde very quickly became the November 1962 the result of two emerging programmes.
  • Play>>

    Hi-tech Challenges —— The Falcon Jets

    In previous programmes, we have known various aircrafts, today we'll step into the world of the Falcon jets. The Falcons, the planes of the presidents and kings nowadays are planes of the companies and the businessmen who are looking to save time, as well as air forces that want to keep their independence and move freely across the seas and oceans. The Falcon jets, a legendary family of airplanes have long been looked as flying palaces. Now they have become the faithful, irreplaceable carriers of the decision makers of the late 20th century.
  • Play>>

    Hi-tech Challenges —— Airbus A340

    Following the jumbo jet, Concorde and the first Airbus 20 years ago, the A340 US new aircraft is ready to take off for the first time from the runway of French airdrome. At the controls are Piere Bob and the Airbus industry test crew, it's a great moment for the European aviation industry. In the A340, the Europeans at last have a long-haul aircraft of their own, and besides that a complete family of aircraft would allow them to compete with their great American rival Boeing.
  • Play>>

    Hi-tech Challenges —— Air Mail

    What would it like our 21st century messengers shuttling between heaven and earth? Where are they going? What would they carry? One thing we can be sure of, just as their fathers conquer the air and grab the continents close together, they will span the space and master the new world out there, the world of communication.
  • Play>>

    Hi-tech Challenges —— Simulation

    Entering the wonderful world of simulation means entering the world of images, make believing the images a real world, or to say the virtual reality. Simulation is making something look real while it isn't real. Simulation, a powerful tool, working in a non - told world of astonishing reality, reducing science fictions and its far fetch images into commonplace reality.
  • Play>>

    Hi-tech Challenges —— Robots

    Thirty years ago, the robotics were science fiction, now it's industrial reality. There are more than 200,000 robots at work in the world today. Robotics with its close cousin automatization has become part of our daily life. Robots are used to build, drive, talk and move around, they can even recognize the shapes you show them, and they can tell you where they are. Using only the knowledge that humans have given them, the robots have become experts in artificial intelligence. We should be looking here at the strange and fascinating world they inhabit.
  • Play>>

    Hi-tech Challenges —— Nuclear Power

    Electricity gives light and power, it's everywhere, every minute of everyone's life. You can't store it, but you must be able to switch on it any second a day. To meet the vast energy needs of the 13 billion people on the planet earth a century from now when fossil resources like oil, gases, and coal will be gradually exhausted, nuclear power can take off, and allow the cities to keep their lights on.
  • Play>>

    Hi-tech Challenges —— The Universe

    The Big Bang, a tremendous explosion in which everything as it said began 15 billion years ago. A fantastic liberation of energy that gave birth to the universe. The universe, a perpetually expanding world and infinite space. Even in today, billions and billions of galaxies are still moving away from each other at dazzling speed. The universe is a fascinating story, mysteries that have captured man's imaginations since the beginning of time. The first question about the universe is of course how it came about 15 billion years ago. And its size, how big is it? And what does it look like?
  • Play>>

    Hi-tech Challenges —— The Sun

    As the days endlessly follow each other like the waters and rives that have been flowing since the start of time, so light and shadow in turn, sharing the whole of earth between. Light, rays of lightening brightness coming from a star that we call the sun. It's because of the sun's unceaseable heat and light that make life possible. The sun, a fascinating story. Let's get a closer understanding in the programme.
  • Play>>

    Hi-tech Challenges —— The Moon

    Man has been dreaming of going to the moon for centuries. Though we managed thirty years ago the walk on the moon surface, we still haven't so far found out the mystery of how it began. There's no lack of theories. Did the moon exist somewhere else in the solar system get captured by the earth gravitational filed? Is it spinning of from the earth born of the spontaneous mission of high energy causing projection of matter into the earth orbit? The mystery remains.
  • Play>>

    Hi-tech Challenges —— Space Station

    It was back in the Russia of czar at the start of last century that the age - old dream of travelling through space became possible through a genius of mathematic teacher from kluge. Konstandin Tschaikovsky, the father of modern astronautics first established in 1903 the laws of movement of the rockets. He was the first to define the accurately the characteristics of the man- spacecraft capable of going out to the space and back. Space offering freedom, a source of life, which could one day leaving the shadows behind.