Technology always changes the creative arts. Think of sound recording of 100 years ago that brought music to people out of ear shot. Here we have ballet, motion capture and a robotic camera creating something new. Technique and technology together.
To capture any activity of yours autonomously. Track yourself from the air. Who won’t want one?
There are many ideas about re-engineering our atmosphere that is under attack from the use of fossil fuels. This one is both odd and very logical. Look! It’s a man! It’s a plane! It’s a floating jellyfish!
This may look simple, but it is a beginning of ways to enhance the human body to better perform tasks and will lead to better human performance. A low level start to transhumanism today.
This combines three things we embrace about the future: low cost building, energy efficient buildings and robots. We cannot continue to use 20th century building techniques that are expensive and not energy efficient. Robots can much more cheaply and more quickly do the work of brick layers. As we continue to stress the planet, new ways of building are essential.
A percussionist brings light to Africans who don’t have electricity. A simple solution to help change lives
Yes, this is an ad for a soon to market product. The reason it is here is because this represents a significant step away from fossil fuels and it gives young people a reason to think motorcycle. I have long wondered why there was no electric motorcycle as there have been electric cars. This is not a start-up, it is H-D so now the industry will rapidly follow. They have also found a new H-D sound – a jet airplane. 100 miles to a charge. 3 hours to charge, 0-60 in four seconds. Tesla, meet Harley Davidson
An innovative use of water to create holograms on tabletops. This is early stage development for what we will be carrying with us in 2-3 years: handheld hologram devices. Imagine conference tables of the future when a global team can all be brought into the meeting via holographs. Certainly in this decade.
When looking into the Future Wow! Future it sometimes means looking back. Anyone remember the swimming hole? This video shows how to cheaply create a swimming pool that is fully integrated with nature. We have no choice but to better integrate humanity with the earth in the decades ahead.
Though this is an older video, we publish it because for years I have spoken of this slowing growth and am always asked questions about it. This is a wonderful long-term trend. Earth will be much more crowded but population should level off by 2045 and then even perhaps decrease.
It is wonderful to see that young architects around the world are focusing on vertical urban farms. In the next 25 years there will be 2.6 billion more people living in cities than live in them today. Where will their food come from? Why not local and vertical?