Tagged: technology

Tokyo Reverse

Tokyo Reverse : 9 hours of slow TV for France 4. Written and directed by : SÅNDL : Simon Bouisson et Ludovic Zuili. Original soundtrack director : Francesco Tristano. Produced by : Grégoire Olivereau.

The burning truth about e-cigarettes

The widespread use among teenagers of stylish e-cigarettes that can be charged in a USB drive has made headlines lately. Many young people do not even realize they are inhaling nicotine through the devices,...

The future of internet search (imagined in 1995)

David Hoffman made this video for AT&T Bell Labs in the early 1990s. It is pre World Wide Web but very forward thinking. AT&T never actually offer this to the public as things were moving...

How a TV works in slow motion

If you are reading this, you’ve seen a screen with your eyes. But have you really seen it though? Like real proper seen it? Don’t worry, The Slow Mo Guys will help you out. This is...

Why you should make useless things

In this joyful, heartfelt talk featuring demos of her wonderfully wacky creations, Simone Giertz shares her craft: making useless robots. Her inventions — designed to chop vegetables, cut hair, apply lipstick and more —...

The Jeff Bezos empire in one giant chart

Amazon’s chief Jeff Bezos (net worth, as of 2018-05-28: $133 B) is the first person to top $100 billion as number one on the Forbes list of the World’s Billionaires. He owns 16% of...

Robot dog will be available soon

Last week, Boston Dynamics’ robot SpotMini starred in a new video. The robot doesn’t open doors for its friends or fight off a human assailant brandishing a hockey stick. It simply traipses down corridors, through...

Google launched a browser-based sequencer for making music

Chrome Music Lab has launched a new music creation tool called Song Maker. A browser-based experience, Song Maker is a sequencer that allows you to program loops for two different instruments of your choosing, then...

Unified Weapons Master

A revolutionary, new combat sport and entertainment experience, Unified Weapons Master® combines cutting-edge technology with traditional martials arts weapons to allow real, weapons-based combat in a dynamic and highly entertaining format.

Key component to scale up quantum computing invented

A team at the University of Sydney and Microsoft, in collaboration with Stanford University in the US, has miniaturised a component that is essential for the scale-up of quantum computing. The work constitutes the...