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Toyko Flashes To Life With CG Shapes In Night Stroll | The Creators Project

Toyko Flashes To Life With CG Shapes In Night Stroll | The Creators Project | Tech and Futurism | Scoop.it
When the lights go down on the streets of Tokyo, strange forms come to life in this synesthetic video.
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3-D Printed Car Is as Strong as Steel, Half the Weight, and Nearing Production | Autopia | Wired.com

3-D Printed Car Is as Strong as Steel, Half the Weight, and Nearing Production | Autopia | Wired.com | Tech and Futurism | Scoop.it
The future of urban runabouts will be ultra lightweight, electrically powered and 3D-printed... if Jim Kor has his way.
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Meet Earl, your solar-powered backcountry survival tablet

Meet Earl, your solar-powered backcountry survival tablet | Tech and Futurism | Scoop.it
This rugged Android tablet could bring backcountry travel and emergency survival into the 21st century.
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More Good News About The 'Scientific Accident That May Change The World' | Science | ReWire | KCET

More Good News About The 'Scientific Accident That May Change The World' | Science | ReWire | KCET | Tech and Futurism | Scoop.it
That battery life video that had gone viral due to a recent post on UpWorthy now has an update.
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The green 3D printing materials we’ve been waiting for

The green 3D printing materials we’ve been waiting for | Tech and Futurism | Scoop.it
Although the technology has quickly become quite sophisticated, the materials used in 3D printers have been slow to catch up... Until now.
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A powerful use for spoiled food

A powerful use for spoiled food | Tech and Futurism | Scoop.it
What happens to the 40% of food produced but never eaten in the U.S. each year, the mounds of perfect fruit passed over by grocery store shoppers, the tons of meat and milk left to expire? (FYI...
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