Vor kurzem ging in Las Vegas die Consumer Electronics Show, die weltweit grösste Messe für Unterhaltungs- und Heimelektronik, zu Ende. Auf besonderes Interesse stiessen dabei die neusten Drohnenmodelle.
What’s to be said for a guy whose first Kickstarter investment is a color-changing toilet nightlight? That he has an aim problem? An interest in a mid-stream dance party? Yes, I helped fund the Illumibowl, and I’m not sorry.
Artist Graham McLoughlin together with cycle rack manufacturer Cyclehoop, have created #HeartsOfLondon, an installation of 14 heart-shaped bike racks placed throughout London in support of the British Heart Foundation.
Elements 4D by DAQRI is a fantastic app for students exploring the Periodic Table of Elements. Using augmented reality technology, users can scan a trigger and see one of 36 elements come to life on their screen. It’s a unique way to get children excited about science and learn important chemistry facts at the same time.
Brasilien erlebte im November 2015 ein Umwelt-Desaster sondergleichen. Zwei Staudämme einer Eisenerzmine brachen, eine giftige, schwermetallhaltige Brühe ergoss sich in den Rio Doce und erreichte nach Tagen den Atlantik.
This egg-shaped abode is powered by solar and wind energy, includes rainwater collection and filtration, and even has a kitchenette that can be used to prepare a hot meal. Ambition to live off-grid does not come without its difficulties. First, there is the task of explaining to your friends and family members why you desire to detach from…
Last week I introduced you to the Spanish lighting brand Marset and one of their new product, the Pleat Box suspension. This light solution is beyond amazing as its lampshade looks like a soft creased fabric but it is made of ceramics.
Via Igor Josif
'Prefabricated components, solar power, airtight construction and a small footprint at this home, designed and built by a team of students at New Zealand’s Victoria University, earned third place in 2011 in the U.S. Solar Decathlon.
Now relocated to a picturesque beach at Hawkes Bay, its ecocredentials are quite possibly the greenest in New Zealand.'
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