If you haven’t seen Black Mirror, you should. The show often comes up with dystopian predictions on how technology could affect our lives in the future, and this time they could be right.
Tag: Crazy Ideas
Boeing’s solar powered autonomous plane can stay in the air for months
Imagine an airplane that could stay up in the air for months. Boeing’s Odysseus can do just that.
The best wearable keyboard there is, but it still doesn’t work quite well
Tap came up with a wearable keyboard that might be the best idea there is for a wearable keyboard. Now it’s shipping for $179, so we can finally figure out what it can actually do.
The next generation of eye glasses allows you to adjust focal mode with one touch
Handling age-related farsightedness for people who suffer from nearsightedness could be quite challenging. Now we have a quick solution for exchanging two pairs of glasses. Touch focus is a pair of glasses featuring a switch that allows the user to adjust the glasses accordingly.
Micro urban cars keep failing and companies refuse to give up
Microlino is the lastest contester trying to make micro-vehicle happen. We couldn’t help but wonder what made all its microcar brothers fail, and you don’t need to think hard to find the answer.
An automatic bicycle is in the neighborhood, for real this time
Tsinghua said the bike took experts from a few engineering departments to make, and it is more complicated than developing a car. It carries a large payload of the devices and motors to keep the bike balanced, and enable remote steering.
Epson’s Paperlab A-8000 can put Dunder Mifflin out of business
The Epson Paperlab A-8000 is a dry-process paper-making system. It would shred used paper and makes paper out of them.
Norway might have the best urban cycling solution
If you live in a hilly city like San Francisco, you know how difficult it could get trying to cycle around the city.
Riding an elevator outside an 1km tall tower is still unrealistic
PLP claims their dynamic scheduling system will make the system more efficient than the traditional system while keeping the building safe. But it probably won’t be here soon
Lego built a drivable Bugatti Chiron with over one million pieces of Legos
Lego built this functional Bugatti Chiron with largely Lego pieces, including the engine. This car has almost all the elements of a real Chiron.