I feel like once filmmakers start making movies with Google Glass, there’s no end. It’s going to revolutionize documentary filmmaking – no question.
We have to think, not just seven generations ahead - we have to think thousands of years ahead.
We do have the capacity to turn our lives into a work of art. And why shouldn't we?
In the video below it takes a laser custom-made from a flashlight and the laser diode of a Blu-ray burner drive about 7 seconds to cut down 100 black baloons like dominos.
The video below demonstrates the handiwork of DARPA-funded dexterous robotic hand hardware. The adaptable, adaptable, low-cost robots that can use a wide range of human tools to assist in dangerous defense missions.
This 80-milligram robot is not only the size of an insect, it also maneuvers like flies with the help of piezoelectric muscles and rotating joints.
Reverse innovation is not about giving yesterday’s technology; it is not about giving cheap products. It's about giving value because poor people want value.
Designed with poor communities in mind, the $40 GiraDora works similarly to a salad spinner and allows its user to sit down, avoiding the pain associated with transporting water and washing clothes by hand.
Hedonometer.org, created by a team of University of Vermont mathematicians, provides daily estimates of the global mood based on a random sampling of 50 million tweets.
Predictive analytics enables governments and companies to not only predict the future, but also to influence the future.
"With great power comes great responsibility."
A single Eyefly 3D protector contains 500,000 tiny lenses -- each the size of a single pixel -- that create the illusion of depth by sending separate display data to each eye.
Brothers Ryder and Judd Kessler designed the DipJar to enable even plastic-only customers to leave something for good counter service.
Unlike other types of paper currently on the market, this version's ultra-thin chips are embedded using a laser, making it much more versatile for banknotes and other important printed media.
Or, more specifically, an insect's compound eye: Researchers built an array of individual lenses and detectors and then bent it into a hemispherical shape. The result is a scalable system that could surpass anything found in nature.