In a very stylish and artful nod to technology of the past, Miki Nemcek explores the simplicity and beauty of audio equipment from brands like Braun and others. It's a short and surrealist voyage, with the physical devices morphing and shifting in …
It's been proclaimed for years now that robots will eventually take over many, if not most manual labor professions. While some tedious things like robot sorting and factory work has come to pass, not too many construction tasks have been overtaken by …
A fascinating lidar aerial survey has unearthed over 60,000 ancient structures from the jungles of Guatemala
SpaceX is already developing plans for their Mars Base Alpha, with a possible completion date of 2028!
We find it inspiring the way people are innovating our way out of the waste and plastic issue. Case in point? Jun Aizaki, Founder of Crème Design, who has created a way to grow gourds in the shape of cups, which are fully …
This humdrum delivery van hides a very special secret inside: a beautifully ornate lighting installation. Interior designer Lee Broom's Optical series of lighting is sophisticated, and fits amazingly into the classical architecture setting.
The Volvo 360c is a thoroughly futuristic concept that provides autonomous travel from point to point.
In Reuben Wu's latest series, Aeroglyphs, he uses drones with lighting attachments to create simple, geometric forms over bodies of water, thanks to long exposure photography.
The Looking Glass is a holograph device that requires no special glasses or goggles to work, creating 3D images, and wowing viewers.
Green Spine is the winner of a recent architecture contest in Melbourne, bringing futuristic skyscrapers to the Australian city's Southbank district.
Rolls Royce is deploying a swarm of tiny robots to scamper about inside their jet engines, looking for defects, problems, and gathering data about various hard-to-reach parts.
Bivystick is a device that turns your cell phone into a satellite communication device. Using a bluetooth connection, you'll wireless connect, and be able to send texts and SOS messages, even when deep off the grid.
Boeing's hypersonic jet concept might be 20 years away, but it promises travel speeds from New York to Tokyo in just two hours.