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One of the unspoken rules in the progress-fixated world of electronic music is that you don't get bonus points for dwelling on past glories. So when Yukihiro Takahashi - drummer, vocalist and dapper elder statesman of electro-pop - convened a star cast of musicians at Tokyo's Ex Theater Roppongi in January to perform faithful renditions of songs that he'd first recorded 30 years ago, it was, he admits, "partly tongue-in-cheek."
This is not your normal Tetris fanboy t-shirt, you can play the classic block game on it for real. Mark Kerger designed it and programmed it as a 30th anniversary tribute. It might not be the most comfortable way to play but it is really quite fun to watch.
US marines have tested a new robotic mule at the world's largest international maritime warfare exercise in Hawaii.
Pretty soon setting up a TV will be as easy as unrolling a poster, if LG has anything to say about it. The Korean electronics manufacturer unveiled a new kind of big-screen display that is ultra-thin and rolls up, and it expects to put the tech into TVs by 2017.
Released this month, the PowerCube can provide electricity, water and shelter to remote villages and emergency situations anywhere in the world. How do we quickly get power to a remote village sitting miles off the grid or a bunch of homes hit by a natural disaster?
The world's largest vegetable factory to make use of light-emitting diodes has been built in one of the cities damaged by the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami, the factory's operator said. Mirai Co., a Tokyo-based company that runs vegetable growing factories, said Wednesday it built the factory on about 2,300 sq.
If Volvo had to appeal to Van Damme's epic split to sell more trucks, Hyundai just released this insane self-driving demonstration to try to sell their vehicles: A group of stuntmen jump from the roof of moving cars leaving them on their own. It's impressive to see the cars driving and braking without a driver.
Robot can move by flexing skeletal muscle grafted onto it Could lead to new generation of biological robots By Mark Prigg It is the cyborg of the robot world, made up of both biological and mechanical parts. Researchers have unveiled the first walking robot powered by live muscle.
Who said there's no progress? Exponential growth might not seem like much at first, but after enough time has passed, things start to happen really quickly. Case in point, renewable energy has been around for decades, yet we've made more progress increasing capacity in the past few years than in all the preceding decades.
Architects: Zaha Hadid Architects Location: Baku, Azerbaijan Design: Zaha Hadid, Patrik Schumacher Project Designer And Architect: Saffet Kaya Bekiroglu Client: The Republic of Azerbaijan Area: 101801.0 sqm Year: 2013 Photographs: From the architect. As part of the former Soviet Union, the urbanism and architecture of Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan on the Western coast of the Caspian Sea, was heavily influenced by the planning of that era.
Today, in " Drone-Augmented Amazingness," Japanese dance troupe Eleven Play have teamed up with artist, hacker, and all-around iconoclast Daito Manabe to create a performance that brings the term, "rise of the machines" to literal new heights.
Even if you're more of a dog person, there's no denying that neko-mimi have a cuteness all of their own. Knowing this, the creative folks over at Axent Wear, an independent startup now just weeks away from launching a Kickstarter campaign, are hoping to bring cat ears into consumers' lives in a way that is both cut ...
The new robot guides at a Tokyo museum look so eerily human and speak so smoothly they almost outdo people - almost. Japanese robotics expert Hiroshi Ishiguro, an Osaka University professor, says they will be useful for research on how people interact with robots and on what differentiates the person from the machine.
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