Magic Leap's New Tech Poised to Disrupt AR/VR Industry

With an already impressive $1.4 billion in venture capital funding from Andreessen Horowitz, Kleiner Perkins, Google, JPMorgan, Fidelity and Alibaba, the computer vision startup Magic Leap is once again teasing their first product that is “up and running and live.” Poised to disrupt the computing industry, Magic Leap’s is going beyond the world’s of AR/VR […]

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Wireless Charging Roads

Backed by a $120,000 grant courtesy of Israel’s Ministry of Transport and Road Safety, ElectRoad – a company dedicated to the widespread implementation electric bus transportation – has earned the chance to showcase its “inductive-charging” technology on the streets of Tel Aviv in 2018. Using inverters and strategically placed copper plates, ElectRoad’s “under-the-pavement” technology keeps […]

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Solar Powered Gas Stations

Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid sees Dubai as “the city of the future.” To him, that means becoming the city with the smallest carbon footprint in the world by 2050. The first order of business: make rooftop solar power mandatory by 2030. The second order of business: generate 75% of the city’s energy via […]

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“Global freight will double in less than 30 years,” Nick Earle, Senior Vice President of Global Field Operations at Hyperloop One, said during his presentation at the Container Terminal Automation Conference in London on Thursday, April 20th (2017).

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The era of food automation is upon us and Silicon Valley startups are taking notice. The latest unveiling: Sally the Salad Robot. Capable of making 1,000 different salads in about 60 seconds using 21 different ingredients, Sally is the product of robotics startup Chowbotics. With a mission to provide healthy eating options to busy professionals […]

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Whether it’s China, the United States, India or Japan, the world is taking monumental strides towards adopting renewable energy. Last year, the world was able to double its solar power capacity. As we all know, greater efficiency gives way to access – and in the solar power industry that translates into lower prices. It’s a […]

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After deciding to spend a full year living in a 33-foot square dumpster, Harvard Engineer Jeff Wilson has designed the Kasita home – a tiny living space for those who embrace minimalism. With overpopulation in major urban areas becoming a widespread epidemic, Wilson’s pre-fabricated 352 Sq. Ft home can be stacked, combined, or strategically positioned […]

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Consumerism has always been a huge part of the American culture. The more things we have, the better we feel. We all know the family with three cars: the SUV, the passenger sedan, and the shared car for the kids – all parked in the driveway. We’ve seen people standing in line for hours eager […]

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Called “DNA Fountain,” two researchers have discovered a way to store large files of data inside DNA nucleotides. According to a recent study published in the journal Science, Researchers Yaniv Elrich and Diana Zielinski were able to store “six files into 72,000 DNA strands, each 200 bases long.” That’s not all they stored. They also […]

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