It’s the question we always ask ourselves, and one this blog’s sole purpose is to answer - what does the future look like? Well, Kaspersky has chosen to visualise our future with an interactive map called Earth 2050.Read More
The cables in your life may just be for transferring power and data right now. But The Tangible Media Group at MIT's Media Lab are looking to change that with 'Cord UI,' allowing you to control all of your devices by tangling, twisting, pinching and pulling their attached wires.Read More
This is what it would look like if you put all 1,261,587,836 (and counting) Facebook users together in one giant mosaic web page.Read More
What would you get if the creative minds behind the likes of Gears of War, Unreal Tournament, Twisted Metal, Return to Castle Wolfenstein and Interstate '76 made a game? Newly formed Pixelbionic has the answer: presenting MotorGun, the studio's inaugural car combat title.
Want to be Iron Man in real-life? A team have set up a project on Indiegogo, asking for $500,000 to build a "fully working look alike Iron Man suit."Read More
Responsive web design is one thing; but a font that changes size according to your distance away from the screen? An experiment by web designer Marko Dugonjić takes the concept of responsive typography to a new level, using face detection to adjust font size by your proximity to the display.
Microsoft Research have lifted the veil on its latest concept named IllumiRoom, which uses a Kinect and a projector to expand video game graphics beyond the boundaries of the television, augmenting the room around it to amazing effect.
This 3-year-old photography project utilises cardboard and miniature furniture to construct these dramatically bizarre dioramas. The attraction is unfounded, and you cannot really explain why you're drawn in; but they're fantastic.
Our lives may not always be super exciting, but even so, life experiences come and go without a moments notice. Once special moments are consigned to memory, and later often forgotten completely. And this is where a new Kickstarter project comes in.
Hoping to conjure enough energy that it ought to be able to pull “virtual” particles out of the vacuum of space-time – quantum mechanics implies that space-time can never truly be ‘empty’ – the Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) project is an undeniably tantalising (yet mind-numbingly complex) prospect.
We’ve seen our fair share of ambitious Minecraft builds these past couple of years, but even so they never get any less impressive. From faithful recreations of Hyrule, an extravagant imagining of the USS Enterprise in block form, even entire cities built from the ground-up. But still, not a single one can come close to the ‘Crafting Azeroth’ project, an attempt to build a “full-scale reproduction” of World Of Warcraft’s Azeroth.
Ever thought that capturing poorly composed photography and applying viginette filters to give yourself a facade of angst just doesn't make you enough of a hipster anymore? Your prayers have been answered in hardware form, as the folks at D2M have created a particular device called the Instacube.
Parkinson's disease currently has no cure, is difficult to diagnose, and is an agonising condition for those living with it. This is where Applied mathematician Max Little comes in, as he introduced his fascinating work into spotting Parkinson's simply by analysing a person's voice.
As part of their final project for a photography class, two students swallowed pieces of 35mm film and collected the pieces after they were digested. The results are pretty striking to say the least.
Microsoft Research has unveiled the work they have been doing into a 3D hologram system that allows you to interact with the projections floating in midair, with surprising precision.
The system, code-named Project Vermeer, is able to project a 3D image at 15 frames per second, emulating 192 different viewpoints at a time, and presents a counter-point to what technological implementations there are currently.