For the first time ever, Microsoft HoloLens seamlessly blends high-definition holograms with your real world. Holograms will improve the way you do things every day, and enable you to do things you’ve never done before. Source: Microsoft Read More »
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Incredible photographs of natures best camouflage animals show nature’s ability to blend in with its surroundings, these animals don’t just know their surroundings, they are their surroundings or at least that’s what their enemies think. Camouflage is an ancient art, likely not much younger than vision itself, and species around the planet depend on it daily for survival. Whether it’s a gecko ... Read More »
Graduate student Alec Momont of TU Delft has designed an unmanned, autonomously navigating mini drone that can quickly deliver a defibrillator to where it is needed. A network of such drones could significantly increase the chance of survival following a cardiac arrest from 8% to 80%! The drone, called the Ambulance Drone, would be stationed at various points in the city. ... Read More »
Did you know that where you store fat on your body is critical to what you should be putting on your plate? Eating specific foods that work best for your body type will help you lose weight and prevent disease. There are two major body types – bigger on the top or bigger on the bottom. What it means if ... Read More »
When it was built in 1927 the Weissenhof Estate on the Killesberg hills in Stuttgart, Germany, it was tantamount to a revolution in the building industry: the designs created by various world-famous architects demonstrated how we could build and live in the future. Parts of the Weissenhof Estate were destroyed during the war and rebuilt afterwards – with the exception of ... Read More »
Christine Rode is a Norwegian designer that currently lives in San Francisco, CA. As a designer has the freedom to try a variety of techniques until her projects are ‘perfect’ to be delivered. “I seek to design delightful experiences for screens, paper, and everything in between” she explains. In this project Rode tried, and successfully photographed, a series that depicts different ... Read More »
These days we can find everywhere lithium polymer (LiPo) batteries. Because of their small size and large storage potential, you can often find these batteries inside most smartphones, tablets, laptops and cameras. These batteries are safe for the most part—unless they’re punctured. Aside from causing the battery to not work, puncturing a lithium polymer battery might make it explode, like ... Read More »
For several years now, Réhahn, a french photographer, traveled across Vietnam. Along the way, his adventures have led to important meetings, which have naturally become the main theme of his photographic projects. When a complicity has been established between the two of them, then and only then does he gets his camera out in order to capture the moment. Very ... Read More »