Magic Leap is somewhat of a paradigm shift when it comes to the future of our media rich future. Glancing towards your mobile device (most often a smart phone) has become the norm, an every day part of most peoples day in the first world sector for certain. “This one device could replace every gadget you own”.
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.
A fantastic new plan to light our streets through the use of glowing plants may well be a step in the right direction for sustainable communities. The drop in cost to a council by omitting the likes of numerous street lamps and their respective electrics and bulbs would make a[…]
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?
Will our future wardrobes consist of ‘smart materials’ which adapt to the weather or the occasion or mood of the wearer? Many innovations in the field of textile design and fashion as starting to emerge. The line between technology, interactivity and functional fashion may indeed becoming blurred a little more each day.
A fantastic solution for disaster zones from designers Park On-Hee, Kim Myeoung-Soo and Jang Young-Seo. The Whistle is a simple glow-in-the-dark blowing implement that survivors buried under rubble can use to attract attention.
The future of performance may well indeed become even more fabricated than it is today. See the following clip ‘The Pieces Fit’ by Module. This music is more than a vocal with effects and a snazzy clip to match. The female robot vocal is completely synthetic. It is done by[…]
Following is a look at the concept of abundance in our lives today and the very evolution of the human race.
The book from authors Peter H. Diamandis and award-winning science writer Steven Kotler journey into the progress in artificial intelligence, robotics, infinite computing, ubiquitous broadband networks, digital manufacturing, nano-materials, synthetic biology, and many other exponentially growing technologies.
Christina Fan, while still a grad student developed a way to diagnose Down syndrome in a fetus through a simple test of the mother’s blood. This is a leap in the current procedure which includes a far riskier approach with the use of amniocentesis. She and her colleagues are working[…]
Dr Steven Greer of the Orion Project in conjunction with the Emmy Award winning Amardeep Kaleka of Neverending Light are producing a documentary disclosing much from the realms of free energy, extra terrestrial technologies and shining a light on the suppression of this information by the powers that be. Already,[…]