Could the whole concept of robots as ‘partners’ be a real world solution in the future? With advancements in robot technology and AI, it seems that robot lovers many not be too far away. There are a range of positive and potential negatives associated with this sort of arrangement surely.[…]
The latest developments in neuro-technology, with brilliant design by Tan Le & Nam Do, have spawned this revolutionary new personal interface device for human computer interaction.
The Guerilla Gardening Movement Much of our built environment, which occupies large areas of our urban world is often neglected. There are great opportunities to garden these overlooked and forgotten areas. Such opportunities have spawned a movement know as Guerilla Gardening, and the creative devices know as seed bombs. Guerilla Gardening, based on[…]
High-tech garments that become transparent determined by the distance between the garments, the personal space of the wearers and the mood they set.
There is much hype based around 2012, good bad and indifferent. The 2012 ‘time’ goes by many names – The Quickening, Great Awakening, Shift of Ages, End of Days, Return of the Great Mother, End of Kali Yuga, Atlantis Rising, Omega Point, Singularity, Aquarian Age, Sophianic Millennium, New Cosmogenesis, End[…]
Fashion of the future may come in many forms. One of my favourites is seen here below from Hussein Chalayan, ‘video dresses’. These dresses are made from 15,000 LED’s. A model poses in a LED dress at its demonstration in Tokyo June 7, 2007. The dress, with light-emitting diode devices installed[…]
“The Parker Brothers” custom chopper builders (that’s motorcycles to us Australian folk), are building five custom light-cycles to the exact specs of the movie bikes from Tron, the 1982 Disney movie. These light cycles will also be street-legal to boot!
These amazing sculptures harnesses the wind, water and air pressure, combined with amazing technical design to propel his ‘animals’ across their environment.
There may be 100 billion Earth-like planets in the Milky Way, or one for every sun-type star in the galaxy, said Alan Boss, author of the new book “The Crowded Universe: The Search for Living Planets.” and an astronomer with the Carnegie Institution.
LifeStraw and LifeStraw Family are both point-of-use water interventions. These are truly unique offerings from Vestergaard Frandsen that address the concern for obtaining safe drinking water at home and outside for people with access to poor quality water and at an affordable level. Lack of access to safe drinking water[…]