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[…]
The Eco Cooler Re-purposes used soft drink and water bottles, discarded as rubbish, to create an effective way to cool down spaces by up to 5˚C without electricity. This real world low tech solution is making a big difference on many levels. An idea born out of Rural Bangladesh where over 70%[…]
The opportunities fungi opens our world up to are nothing short of astounding.
Fungi replacing plastic…and fungi eating plastic – It’s about time this whole environmentally harmful product that plastic is get a shakedown! Enter the fungi revolution!
Morphing cars that adapt to the driver and driving conditions.
Evolutions in automotive design have started to incorporate more efficient technologies into the mainstream such as electric powered motors. The Tesla cars area real world example of this with phenomenal results, a rapid uptake and increasing demand.
Alex Kipman, the HoloLens & Kinetic inventor, looks into the evolution from our screen to the immerse world of 3D holograms.
Solar Roadways (referred to as SR Panels) steps away from the tradition road surface and power creation mindset, with the core purpose to generate clean renewable energy on roadways and any other surface that can be walked or driven upon.
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!
This material is a hybrid of materials, essentially a combination of liquid, metal and solid metallic alloys wrapped in a stretchy polymer. This innovation of materials allow for the circuits to quadruple in length whilst maintaining it’s electrical connection
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