An evolution in celebrity? So, this is now a thing! Virtual influencers are stating to emerge in the social media landscape. With the evolution of computers and software, 3D generated characters are blurring the line between reality and the virtual. Lil Miquela (a.k.a. Miquela) known as the world’s top ‘robot[…]
The Venus Project is an alternative vision of what the future can be. The Venus Project is so much more than futuristic cities, cars and gizmos. Humanity has the capacity to apply what we already know in order to achieve a sustainable new world civilization. The Venus project, originated in the minds[…]
Alex Kipman, the HoloLens & Kinetic inventor, looks into the evolution from our screen to the immerse world of 3D holograms.
This window into future developments in artificial intelligence, genomics, neurobiology, synthetic biology, transportation and space exploration.
Rubbish, a significant problem across the globe can now offer a much desired resource – WiFi!
A dancer interacting with the 3D projection art. Technology meets art in this stunning piece of performance. Hakanaï, a digital solo performance from Adrien M / Claire B.
These completely waterproof and machine washable kicks give an individual complete creative control over the style, colour and graphics on their shoes, either animated or still. Shiftwear – disrupting the footwear industry!
Doc Brown from the movie franchise “Back to the Future” where he and Marty McFly travel to the year 2015 on this very day in the second instalment of the series. Many fans have noted, the future looks a little different now than it did in the 1989 film, as highlighted by The Doc in this clip.
Current expeditions in outer space use different national flags depending on which country is funding the voyage. The space travellers, however, are more than just representatives of their own countries.
They are all representatives of planet Earth. Could we as the human race, finally unite under one international flag of Planet Earth?
Telepathy One, the futuristic-looking wearable technology device wraps around the back of a user’s head and includes built-in headphones and a screen for visuals. While Google Glass looks like a futuristic pair of glasses, Telepathy One has a more minimal design that won’t physically touch the user’s face.