Arts & Design
Astrophysicist Geraint Lewis from the University of Sydney in a speech few days ago explained that, theoretically at least, super-fast warp speed travel is probable according to Einstein's theory of relativity. All we have to do is find the right materials to accomplish it.
Making its debut next month at the 3D Print Design Show in New York is this 2-string violin that looks like it's from the future. Architects Eric Goldemberg and Veronica Zalcberg of MONAD Studio are known for their cutting-edge architecture but they also work on art installations and product design.
Like the Swiss Army Knife of tiny homes, the Ecocapsule packs everything you need into one very efficient, compact design. Replete with rather luxurious amenities, including a double bed, kitchenette, storage space, and bathroom with a shower and a toilet that collects bio waste, the Ecocapsule can used as a tiny home just for you, a pop-up hotel, a humanitarian refuge, or even an electric car charging station.
I WAS bullied despite what my school says: Kate Winslet insists she was picked on after head questions her claims
Didn't speak at the time
Wonder Festival is a semiannual Japanese convention dedicated to model and figure-building which attracts all manner of pros, amateurs, and cosplayers from across the country. Most recently, the Winter 2015 Wonder Festival was held at the Makuhari Messe Convention Center in Chiba City on February 8. Our reporter M ...
Two years ago, researchers from Deft University of Technology in the Netherlands came up with a design for a windwheel that could generate electricity without any moving parts, imagining that it could offer a safer and quieter alternative to wind turbines.
London's Design Museum has chosen a strange but promising technology as the Design of the Year for 2015. Having even outdone Google's self-driving car, the Human Organs-on-Chips was given top marks in innovation. Developed by Donald Ingber and Dan Dongeun Huh from Harvard University's Wyss Institute, these microchips covered in human cells are designed to imitate the complexity of human organ tissue.
Designer and researcher Neri Oxman has successfully 3D-printed one of her "wearable skins" and filled its hollow tubes with a luminescent liquid to represent how it could host photosynthetic organisms (+ slideshow).
We have seen huge advancements in 3D printing. We've even seen oversized wrenches printed that measure 1.2 meters in length. Now, we can print an entire 2,500 sqft house in 20 hours. In the TED Talk video below, Behrokh Khoshnevis, a professor of Industrial & Systems Engineering at the University of Southern California (USC), demonstrates [...]
' WILL OVERLOAD YOUR BRAIN There are few places more dazzling in the Robot Restaurant located in Shinjuku, Japan. We use the term 'restaurant' very loosely because it's more like a variety show, that you just happen to be dining at. A visual feast for the senses, where
Thomas, a brilliant 16-year-old inventor living in Romania, has created a DIY wind turbine cell phone charger for his bike that lets him charge his phone while he rides - and it only cost him $5! He's shared the instructions on Instructables so that you can make one, too.
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Expo Milano 2015 May 01 - Oct 31, 2015 Expo 2015 Milano Japan Pavilion, Milan, Italy http://www.team-lab.net/en/latest/case/expomilano2015.html Paddy fields, at the background of the origin of Japan's food culture, were grown and developed in areas at differing height levels such as the mid to high river basins.
REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon While wind and solar power have made great strides in recent years, with renewables now accounting for 22% of electric energy generated, the issue that has held them back has been their transience. The sun doesn't shine at night and the wind doesn't blow year-round - these are the mantras of all those opposed to the progress of renewables.
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