Traveling? Don’t forget to pack your canoe. The post Meet ONAK, the Origami Canoe appeared first on Futurism.
You can buy this all-electric convertible next year! The post Introducing the U.S.’s First All-Electric Convertible appeared first on Futurism.
This experimental wearable lets you feel data. The post A Wearable That Could Change Life for the Visually Impaired appeared first on Futurism.
Forget that treadmill — go wherever you want in this wireless suit. The post This Wireless Virtual Reality Ecosystem Will Set You Free appeared first on Futurism.
Wibbly Wobbly Researchers now believe that Planet Nine — the large, distant, and still-hypothetical planet at the edge of our solar system — could be responsible for the Sun’s unusual tilt.
Living conditions may vary? In 2008, a bacterium called Candidatus Desulforudis audaxviator was discovered 2.8 kilometers (1.7 miles) underground in a gold mine in South Africa.
Already on the rise, the use of unmanned aircrafts, or drones, on farms is likely to get (legally) more ubiquitous thanks to new federal laws that went into effect this summer.
As artificial intelligence improves, machines will soon be equipped with intellectual and practical capabilities that surpass the smartest humans.
Of Orbits and eKBOs Found beyond the orbit of Neptune, the Kuiper Belt is the most distant area in our solar system, and it’s home to the now six known dwarf planets (including Pluto) and other cosmic objects.
Stranger things in space Too often, when we encounter a seemingly unexplainable occurrence in space, we automatically think Aha!
Bot Dependence Over the past few decades, smart machines and robots have taken on numerous manual labor jobs, and developments are showing no signs of stopping.
Patients who thought they were inoperable now have a chance. The post This Low-Impact Treatment Can Replace Open Heart Surgery appeared first on Futurism.
SNIP, SNIP CRISPR, Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats, is a powerful genetic editing tool.
Reducing Burp Emissions Although natural, cows burping and tooting profusely has not has a positive impact on our world.
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Now you won’t mind living next to a train. The post The Quietest, Most Efficent Train Tracks Yet appeared first on Futurism.
Check out the world from a drone’s perspective. The post A Bird’s Eye View Courtesy of Virtual Reality appeared first on Futurism.
This tower filters the air, then turns pollutants into jewelry. The post Battling China’s Smog Problem appeared first on Futurism.
A Technological Revolution Speaking at the launch of the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence (CFI) in Cambridge, science icon Stephen Hawking warned listeners about the future of artificial intelligence (AI) and humanity.
Moving in virtual reality has never felt so natural. The post This VR Platform Analyzes How You Move appeared first on Futurism.