Futurism & Inspiring Inventions
It’s possible that augmented reality technology is going to provide soul sucking, vapid escapism on a scale that we have never seen before. It’s going to blur the lines between reality and the digital world in truly disturbing ways.
Time travel has recently been proven possible by sending single particles of light through a closed timelike curve where the photon meets its older self.
Off the cost of Isla Mujeres Bay in Cancun, Mexico, environmentalist and architect Richart Sowa lives comfortably on his island made of over 150,000 recycled water bottles. Sowa first built his floating abode in 2005, but harsh weather destroyed the island. On his third attempt of rebuilding his home— this time in calm waters—he succeeded in developing a sturdy home.
“Vertical City” is a controversial vision; some consider it unrealistic and techno-utopian. But the more one looks at it, the more sense it makes. It’s much more efficient to move people vertically, where there is perhaps ten feet between units, than it is horizontally, where you need serious infrastructure.
The “Vision Next 100” concept car is a luxurious, self-driving, emissions free, sports car with an overall futuristic finish and wheels that look like speakers.
The Bike Washing Machine encourages you to conserve energy and get fit while completing household tasks.
This ASAP Science Video has been watched by over 4 million people — Check out what things may look like ten centuries from now!
Could vaccines be delivered to humans via mosquito bite. In that case Genetically Modified insects ( or tiny insect like drones) could “bite” and there would be no opportunity to decline. Are the current viral epidemics a good opportunity to develop and implement this process which has been discussed for several years? All excellent questions. What do you think?
Some inventions don’t really affect our day to day lives. These ones do. Check out #5!
Tesla always has something up their sleeve. The latest seems to be cool new electric vehicles. Check it out!
When it comes to genetic engineering, reality is starting to look more and more like what was once just science fiction. This well-documented article asks all the right questions and provides a lot of answers.
DARPA is launching a new military program using an implant to connect the human brain to a computer. Although there may be some applications that could restore sight or hearing to those without the military use of the Neural Engineering System Design (NESD) is the reason behind the Human Brain project and the US Brain Initiative.