Microsoft’s WorldWide Telescope is Amazing

In the following video, science educator Roy Gould and Microsoft’s Curtis Wong give an astonishing sneak preview of Microsoft’s new WorldWide Telescope — a technology that combines feeds from satellites and telescopes all over the world and the heavens, and weaves them together holistically to build a comprehensive view of our universe.

A Revolution in Nanoelectronics: Nokia Morph Concept

The Nokia Morph is a flexible, two-piece concept device that can adapt its shape according to the task its user wants it to accomplish. Thanks to nanotechnology, Morph can sense its environment, harvest solar energy, and also clean itself automatically. Featured in The Museum of Modern Art “Design and The Elastic Mind” exhibition, the Morph […]



Five sci-fi scenarios that will come true

By Mark O’Neill An interesting little article has cropped up on PC World about “five sci-fi scenarios that will eventually become true”.   They are : Biometric Security (as seen in Minority Report) Space Tourism (as seen in 2001 : A Space Odyssey) The Holodeck (as seen in Star Trek) Self-Aware Computers (as seen in 2001 […]

Morpho Towers: What happens when your mix ferrofluid with music

In the following video, you’ll see a structure composed of two spiral towers sitting in a plate full of ferrofluid, a viscous liquid that is highly saturated with iron particles. As soon as the music starts, a magnetic field is created, which makes the fluid dance up the structure in a bizarre and hypnotic way. […]