New smart tech turns sign language into speech and text. MotionSavvy has been founded by a team of students from Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf, and it seems that more great tech is coming out of the institute also with a similar approach under development from the SignAloud team.[…]
The Venus Project is an alternative vision of what the future can be. The Venus Project is so much more than futuristic cities, cars and gizmos. Humanity has the capacity to apply what we already know in order to achieve a sustainable new world civilization. The Venus project, originated in the minds[…]
Alex Kipman, the HoloLens & Kinetic inventor, looks into the evolution from our screen to the immerse world of 3D holograms.
This window into future developments in artificial intelligence, genomics, neurobiology, synthetic biology, transportation and space exploration.
Rubbish, a significant problem across the globe can now offer a much desired resource – WiFi!
Luminaid is a company that has come up with a solar powered solution to emergency lighting that is both easy to use, accessible and easily transportable. The sixteen hours of illumination on one charge is impressive with the complete lack of a traditional battery – solely sunlight! Recharging in seven hours from the thin solar panel
One eco-friendly company from California is striving to make a difference with the coolest invention for caffeine lovers ever! Reduce. Reuse. Grow., a startup company based out of San Louis Obispo in California, USA, invented the world’s first plantable coffee cup.
Magic Leap is somewhat of a paradigm shift when it comes to the future of our media rich future. Glancing towards your mobile device (most often a smart phone) has become the norm, an every day part of most peoples day in the first world sector for certain. “This one device could replace every gadget you own”.
Doc Brown from the movie franchise “Back to the Future” where he and Marty McFly travel to the year 2015 on this very day in the second instalment of the series. Many fans have noted, the future looks a little different now than it did in the 1989 film, as highlighted by The Doc in this clip.
A fantastic new plan to light our streets through the use of glowing plants may well be a step in the right direction for sustainable communities. The drop in cost to a council by omitting the likes of numerous street lamps and their respective electrics and bulbs would make a[…]