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Living Tomorrow | House of the future

November 3, 2011

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Wannahaves | Living Tomorrow was founded in 1991 by architects Frank Belien and Peter Bongers. Their mission was to create a platform on which several companies could show their innovative ideas. Have you ever wondered what a future home will look like? We have been there, so watch here and find out.

Wikipedia | Living Tomorrow is a research oriented company with projects in the cities of Brussels and Amsterdam. It focuses… read more

Robotics Unlimited | OutRunner is world’s first remotely controlled running robot

May 27, 2014


Robotics Unlimited | Meet OutRunner, the world’s first remotely controlled robot, running up to 20 miles per hour on various terrain, with up to 2 hours of battery life.

Video Source: Robotics Unlimited

OutRunner: The World's First RC Running Robot

Warner Brothers | Transcendence film trailers by filmmakers Wally Pfister and Christopher Nolan

December 20, 2013


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Warner Brothers | Synopsis: Dr. Will Caster (Johnny Depp) is the foremost researcher in the field of artificial intelligence, working to create a sentient machine that combines the collective intelligence of everything ever known with the full range of human emotions.

His highly controversial experiments have made him famous, but… read more

Alexander Graham Bell voice recording recovered

April 26, 2013


A dramatic application of digital technology has allowed researchers to recover Alexander Graham Bell‘s voice from a recording held by the Smithsonian — a breakthrough announced in the Smithsonian magazine for the first time.

The precise methods they employed in early efforts to play back their recordings are lost to history. As a result, says curator Carlene Stephens of the National Museum of American History, the discs, ranging… read more

Video Source: Smithsonian

We Had No Idea What Alexander Graham Bell Sounded Like. Until Now

Bipedal hobby robot walks a tightrope

October 23, 2012


A Japanese roboticist that goes by the handle Dr. Guero, famous for programming his hobby robot to ride a miniature bicycle and walk on stilts, has managed to get his robot to balance on a tightrope.

The video shows Dr. Guero’s robot as it slides its way along the wire, making minute adjustments to its balance by waving its arms, based on signals from its… read more

Video Source: Dr. Guero

Bipedal hobby robot walks a tightrope

International Supercomputing Conference | Henry Markram on simulating the brain — the next decisive years

July 10, 2011

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Henry Markram, Ph.D., Director of the Blue Brain Project at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, speaks at the International Supercomputing Conference 2011.

Wikipedia | Henry Markram, Ph.D.
Wikipedia | The Blue Brain Project

Video Source: International Supercomputing Conference 2011

Electrical near-field 3D gesture interface

November 14, 2012


Microchip Technology has introduced GestIC, a configurable 3-D gesture controller that allows users to interact with their devices using hand/finger position tracking and intuitive free-space gestures in real time. The device is only available as a development kit. Applications include: 

  • Notebooks/Keyboards/PC Peripherals
  • Mobile phones
  • Tablet computers
  • Electronic readers
  • Remote controls
  • Game controllers

Video Source: Microchip Technology

A New Chip to Bring 3-D Gesture Control to Smartphones

Back to the Moon for power?

December 11, 2012


Lunar and Planetary Institute geologist Paul Spudis believes that human exploration of the Moon should begin again, in part to tap into polar water which can be used for rocket fuel and life support.

Video Source: Lunar and Planetary Institute

Back to the Moon for power? Scientist says Go!

John Carmack talks virtual reality at E3 2012

June 7, 2012


John Carmack, co-founder of id Software demonstrates his latest VR work at E3 2012.

Video Source: E3 2012

John Carmack talks virtual reality at E3 2012

Maxed-out or abundance? Paul Gilding, Peter Diamandis debate

May 13, 2012


Is the Earth maxed out, or should we be optimistic about being able to solve our future? At TED 2012, Paul Gilding made the case for the former, and Peter Diamandis argued for the latter, and then they debated.

Video Source: TED

Exclusive Q&A from the TED stage: Paul Gilding and Peter Diamandis debate
Paul Gilding
Peter Diamandis: Abundance

Virgin Galactic first powered flight VNR

May 1, 2013


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Google Chromebook Pixel

February 22, 2013


Today we’re excited to announce our newest laptop — the Chromebook Pixel — which brings together the best in hardware, software and design to inspire the next generation of Chromebooks.

This Chromebook has the highest pixel density (239 pixels per inch) of any laptop screen on the market today. Packed with 4.3 million pixels, the display offers sharp text, vivid colors and extra-wide viewing angles. With a… read more

Video Source: Google Chromebook Pixel

Google Introduces a Touch-Screen Laptop
The Chromebook Pixel, for what’s next

Future of money TV series (Kickstarter)

October 18, 2013

Future of Money

The FUTURE OF MONEY Television Series is an informative and entertaining six-part one-hour Docu-Series that we plan to complete by fall 2014. The series explores the evolution of money in six major aspects: Payment Transactions, Banking, Bartering, Credit Lending, Money Making and International Monetary System.

The show travels the world interviewing experts on financial innovations about the future of money. Together, we time travel with our audience — through… read more

Video Source: Heather Schlegel

Future of Money TV Series

Amazing traffic inside a brain cell reveals brain’s continuous renovation

August 24, 2012


Using bioluminescent proteins from a jellyfish, a team of scientists has lit up the inside of a neuron, capturing spectacular video footage that shows the movement of proteins throughout the cell.

The video offers a rare peek at how proteins, the brain’s building blocks, are directed through neurons to renew its structure.

“Your brain is being disassembled and reassembled every day,” said Don Arnold, associate professor… read more

Video Source: University of Southern California

Video shows the traffic inside a brain cell

Sergey Brin: why Google Glass?

May 18, 2013


It’s not a demo, more of a philosophical argument: Why did Sergey Brin and his team at Google want to build an eye-mounted camera/computer, codenamed Glass? Onstage at TED2013, Brin calls for a new way of seeing our relationship with our mobile computers — not hunched over a screen but meeting the world heads-up.

Sergey Brin is half of the team that founded Google. Now he’s leading the development… read more

Video Source: TED Talks

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