In this special film created for NASA’s 60th anniversary, watch Saint-Saëns's “Organ Symphony” featuring film footage from NASA’s archives.
Facial recognition tech will transform way we live in 2018. Machines that can read & recognise our faces will go mainstream, opening up possibilities & posing new dangers. Economist 2017 prediction.
Bill Gross has founded a lot of startups, and incubated many others — and he got curious about why some succeeded and others failed. He found one factor that stands out from the others — and surprised
An Apple iWatch Series 4 reminder to get more active, healthy, and connected and find a "Better You".
PwC analyzed the business impact and commercial viability of more than 250 emerging technologies to zero in on the “Essential Eight.”
Time travel is flashy in the movies, but how does it stand up to science? No matter how they work, which method of time travel is your favorite?
As AdAge states, "advances in technology comes with drawbacks--there's the huge concern about privacy, of course, as well as more basic issues, like when all that hi-tech simply doesn't work."
Aesthetically, it’s 60% Star Wars, 40% soapbox derby—a vision of the automobile future as seen by someone from the past.
Enlightening innovation feature. Drivers can project messages with new word wise headlights. The lights can also project navigation guides and road conditions or traffic warning symbols.
Harvard Business Review - Michael Porter and Jim Heppelman explain how augmented reality will change how we work. 30% to 50% human productivity improvements.
In conjunction with Innovam, the training institute for the automotive industry in the Netherlands, TWNKLS developed an Augmented Learning application for Lamborghini.
Former F1 racer & designer Taso Marques has created the TMC Dumont, an incredibly sleek, low-to-the-ground motorcycle that sports an airplane engine & giant silver wheels without hubs. Enjoy the ride.
Flying cars, ride-share vehicles that double as stores, and underground tunnels. Welcome to the future of travel. From Futurism
Are you ready for the "Smart Rope" or "Smart Toilet" or the "Smart Wall" or the "Smart Lose Weight Headband" or "Smart Toothbrush"
DARPA's Ground X-Vehicle Technologies (GXV-T) program aims to improve mobility, survivability, safety, and effectiveness of future combat vehicles without piling on armor.
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