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This man just tested a DIY multi-copter

The post This Man Just Tested a DIY Multi-Copter appeared first on Futurism.

Antarctica is about to feel more like home

The post Antarctica Is About to Feel More Like Home appeared first on Futurism.

This solar paint will turn your house into a power station

The post This Solar Paint Will Turn Your House into a Power Station appeared first on Futurism.

12 NFL teams have already ordered this helmet…

The post 12 NFL Teams Have Already Ordered the Helmet… appeared first on Futurism.

This robot just gets us

The post This Robot Just Gets Us appeared first on Futurism.

This orb drone could be used to deliver anything…including people!

The post This Orb Drone Could Be Used to Deliver Anything…Including People! appeared first on Futurism.

Famed physicist Neil deGrasse Tyson speaks to Larry King about what he thinks about one of life’s most important questions — what happens to us when we die?

The post WATCH: Neil deGrasse Tyson Explains Death and the Afterlife Using Science appeared first on Futurism.

‘District 9’ and ‘Elysium’ director Neill Blomkamp’s new short, ‘Rakka’, sees a post-apocalyptic Earth occupied by aliens.

The post WATCH: Sigourney Weaver Stars In This Powerful Short Movie About Aliens Occupying Earth appeared first on Futurism.

This electric car is the world’s most accessible car for people in wheelchairs

The post This Electric Car Is the World’s Most Accessible Car for People in Wheelchairs appeared first on Futurism.

Hawaii is fighting climate change

The post Hawaii Is Fighting Climate Change appeared first on Futurism.

This “brain-spine” interface could solve paralysis

The post This “Brain-Spine” Interface Could Solve Paralysis appeared first on Futurism.

This gel gives robots an extremely accurate sense of touch

The post This Gel Gives Robots an Extremely Accurate Sense of Touch appeared first on Futurism.

These smart contact lenses will record and play back video with the blink of an eye…literally.

The post FuturismThese Smart Contact Lenses Will Record and Play Back Video with the Blink of an Eye…Litera appeared first on Futurism.

This headset brings cheap augmented reality to your smartphone

The post This AR Headset Is Powered by Your Smartphone appeared first on Futurism.

This non-invasive connected vest could transform cardiac mapping.

The post Meet the Non-Invasive Vest That Could Transform Cardiac Mapping appeared first on Futurism.

Mars 2117 is a virtual reality experience revealed by Terminal Future Media at the 2017 World Government Summit. The experience draws from plans from scientific communities about how an advanced human colony on Mars would look and operate. You may not be able to go to Mars in real life, but an immersive virtual world like this may be the next best thing.

The post Virtual Reality Will Take You to the Red Planet appeared first on Futurism.

The Tokyo Olympic Games in 2020 may feature a new commercial flying car from Toyota. If it’s ready in time, the Skydrive may even light the torch. A team of volunteers and university professionals are collaborating on a model that could take off from any public road and fly at heights up to 33 feet. Toyota is ready to put billions on the line to hit their target.

The post One Reason to Look Forward to the Tokyo Olympics? Flying Cars appeared first on Futurism.

New research has revealed that climate change is negatively impacting migratory songbirds. This is because as the spring season continues to shift, environments birds migrate to may be too cold and nutrient deprived in order to sustain their survival. As climate change continues to affect delicate natural processes like this, we will continue to see similar tragic consequences unless policymakers step up and take action.

The post Delicate Ecosystems Are Disrupted By Climate Change appeared first on Futurism.

This portable turbine generates power no matter where you are.

The post This Turbine Puts Power in the Palm of Your Hands appeared first on Futurism.

Immersive experiences in virtual reality can better prepare students for scenarios in real life. SuperChem VR is one example of an app that preps students to work in an actual chemistry lab, testing their ability to measure, pour, and handle lab equipment.

The post Virtual Reality Can Teach You Chemistry appeared first on Futurism.

The MOAR Fat Tired E-Bike is an all electric road and dirt bike with performance that exceeds anything we’ve seen before. The 750W motor creates enough power to pull an SUV.

The post Tow an SUV With This Incredible Electric Bike appeared first on Futurism.

Sidewalk Labs is a company that wants to completely reimagine city environments for the internet age. To test out their ambitions the Google sibling company recently applied to develop a 12-acre stretch of land within Toronto so they can build a mini city from scratch. Could internet-friendly smart cities be the future of urban planning?

The post Part of Toronto Will Become Much, Much Smarter appeared first on Futurism.

Gravity Sketch is now working on supporting hand tracking in their app so you’ll be able to draw and sculpt intuitively with just your fingers, creating an experience closer to hand sculpting.

The post This Wild VR App Lets You Design 3D Models in Mid-Air appeared first on Futurism.

Festo is a German company that specializes in developing tech for factory automation. Recently, they’ve been exploring superconductors, which are objects that are able to retain magnetic fields as they drop electrical resistance when cooled below a critical temperature. The resulting hovering effect could have hundreds of uses in industrial applications, as it allows contactless handling. Are superconductors the future of automation?

The post Superconductors Used in Factory Automation appeared first on Futurism.

This Kickstarter device allow you to levitate everyday objects in your home. It’s a startling advancement for home design, but the technology could be adapted for even more exciting applications.

The post Defy Gravity With Magnets appeared first on Futurism.

Robots are making warehouses safer and more efficient places to work.

The post Why You Want a Robot Co-Worker appeared first on Futurism.

AlphaGo, an AI Google developed in collaboration with DeepMind, has mastered the ancient Chinese game Go.

The post Go Is Complicated… And Perfect for Testing AI appeared first on Futurism.

A Californian technology company, Zest Labs, is trying to create a technology that will help reduce food waste. The new device is a sensor that can be crated with produce and help track the aging of the food to better help workers decide what’s worth putting on the shelves and what isn’t.

The post New Technology Is Tackling Food Waste appeared first on Futurism.

MIT is using a new method to print large objects faster than previously possible. The objects are printed into gel, where they wait to harden.

The post Print Strong 3D Objects in a Fraction of the Time appeared first on Futurism.

The new Amazon Echo Show brings a voice-command screen to the Echo line of products. Just ask Alexa to make a face-to-face call, look up the weather, turn on the Tv, and so much more.

The post Amazon’s Alexa Just Got a Major Upgrade appeared first on Futurism.

The sense of urgency around the need to slow climate change is only growing in the scientific community. If widely implemented, a newly proposed measurement system could give policymakers more specific information regarding the ways different greenhouse gases affect our atmosphere on varying timelines.

The post Scientists Want a More Specific Way to Measure Climate Change appeared first on Futurism.

The Microsoft HoloLens has tremendous potential in education, providing 3D models that can better explain complex subjects like physics and anatomy. Lifeliqe is one company developing a HoloLens app that offers a range of lesson plans and models. They’re currently testing the app in middle school classrooms

The post Holographic Learning Hits Classrooms appeared first on Futurism.

EVE is a smart self self-driving vehicle. It features “NOMI,” an artificial intelligence that runs the car and learns about its passengers interests so you can adjust the interior to suit your needs. The concept car will hit the road by 2020.

The post A Smart Electric Car Could Be Yours in 2020 appeared first on Futurism.

Watch virtual art and physical art combine.

The post This Artist Uses Virtual Reality as a Medium appeared first on Futurism.

Ever worried about sending a racy photo? Augmented reality is to the rescue with a new app, TrickPics, that easily covers your private parts with animations.

The post Cover Your Bits With Augmented Reality appeared first on Futurism.

Xplotter is designed to create a new definition of plotter. By integrating the laser engraver and cutter into the mechanism, it becomes a versatile yet affordable desktop tool for artists.

The post Use Xplotter To Create Amazing Artwork appeared first on Futurism.

The 2017 spending bill has just passed Congress, and it includes major increases in science funding despite President Trump’s promises to cut science spending.

The post Congress Votes to Give Science Funding a Boost appeared first on Futurism.

Scientists successfully 3D printed a brick made of simulated lunar dust. This functions as a proof of concept for possible future methods of constructing buildings on the Moon.

The post Researchers Are Printing Bricks Using Simulated Moon Dust appeared first on Futurism.

The Unidentified Floating Object 2 comes with 3 levels, an upper control area, and moderately sized livable areas. The vessel relies on solar panels, as well as wind and water turbines.

The post You Can Live on an Autonomous, UFO-Shaped Houseboat appeared first on Futurism.

These plasma-infused sanitization sheets are highly efficient germ killers. They’re biodegradable and don’t require high amounts of heat transfer, so there are a lot of applications for this tech.

The post Sanitizing With Plasma Is Efficient and Environmentally Friendly appeared first on Futurism.

CoeLux is an amazing artificial skylight created by Italian scientists. It works by passing light through layers of nanoparticles which are designed to mimic those in the Earth’s atmosphere.

The post There’s No Actual Sunlight Coming Through This Skylight appeared first on Futurism.

Elon Musk’s Boring Company is already digging its network of tunnels beneath Los Angeles. When completed, the system will speed cars at various depths to destinations all over the city.

The post Elon Musk On The Future We’re Building appeared first on Futurism.

A self-repairing concrete known as bioconcrete could help save billions in construction costs.

The post Self-Repairing Concrete Could Save Billions of Dollars appeared first on Futurism.

Batteries are so cheap that Hydrogen Fuel cells just aren’t competitive anymore. A recent announcement hints that this technological direction has been abandoned.

The post The Future of Automobiles Is Electrifying appeared first on Futurism.

Forestry is a new game that takes advantage of VR’s ability to create limitless spaces, where you chop and build objects in whatever shape you desire.

The post Forestry Takes You Into a Fully Destructible World appeared first on Futurism.

Flippy fills fast food burger orders better than humans can. While this is great for fast food lovers, it’s not so good for people who rely on burger flipping jobs for primary income.

The post Customers Love Flippy. Employees Fear It. appeared first on Futurism.

Facebook shared the results of its tests aimed at connecting rural regions around the world to the internet, and showed how it can help  during disasters.

The post Facebook Is Changing Communication Forever appeared first on Futurism.

Researchers at Disney have demonstrated how a motion capture system can make it possible to interact with actual objects while you’re immersed in VR.

The post Watch Virtual Reality Interact With Our Reality appeared first on Futurism.

Researchers at the Hasso Plattner Institute in Germany are now testing electric shocks the Hasso Plattner Institute in Germany are now testing electric shocks.

The post Virtual Reality Gets A Little More Intense appeared first on Futurism.

Despite what you might have heard, genetically modified organisms are not harmful for your health, and in fact represent a major step forward for the human race.

The post Genetically Modified Food Is a Great Advancement appeared first on Futurism.

The Seabin is a filtering ocean trash can for harbors, marinas, and ports. It will be commercially available following current European trials.

The post European Trials of the Seabin Have Begun appeared first on Futurism.

This art book becomes animated when you view it through an iPhone app. It’s one of the first examples of print media entering the world of augmented reality.

The post AR Seamlessly Blends With Print in This Art Book appeared first on Futurism.

BREAKING: Elon Musk has finally unveiled the Boring Machine. Say goodbye to traffic.

The post BREAKING: Elon Musk Has Revealed The Boring Machine appeared first on Futurism.

German-based engineering and manufacturing firm Thyssenkrupp is using the Microsoft HoloLens to more quickly build customized home stair lifts for disabled and elderly people in northern Europe.

The post Build the Perfect Home Stairlift With Help From AR appeared first on Futurism.

MIT’s Digital Construction Platform used 3D printing to create houses fast. It can create permanent buildings out of polymers, and large igloo structures out of ice.

The post MIT Can 3D Print a Building in Hours appeared first on Futurism.

Amazon just unveiled their new Echo Look which is a gadget that uses algorithms and machine learning in order to give you style advice. It responds to voice commands and will take full body photos and video so you can get a proper sense of your outfits. It’s probable that Amazon and other companies will begin expanding on applications for this sort of tech in the future.

The post AI Is Ready to Help With Your Fashion Choices appeared first on Futurism.

The magical medical tricorder of the Star Trek universe is no longer science fiction. Meet DxtER, a portable device that can diagnose 13 medical conditions while continuously monitoring 5 vital signs.

The post A Noninvasive Device That Can Diagnose 13 Medical Conditions appeared first on Futurism.

Augmented reality arguably has its greatest application in design. Stryker is a medical technology company that is taking advantage of Microsoft’s AR headset to enhance hospital operating room design.

The post Design the Perfect OR Using Augmented Reality appeared first on Futurism.

NASA unveiled a new online image and video archive last week. In a boon for space fans, the new library consolidates 60 libraries of classic space pictures in one place, totaling over 140,000 pieces of content.

The post You Won’t Want to Miss This NASA Archive appeared first on Futurism.

Lilium is a German company that wants to one day launch a flying taxi service. Right now they’re testing an autonomous jet propelled vehicle that can land and take off vertically.

The post Are Autonomous Flying Taxis Here To Stay? appeared first on Futurism.

BREAKING: Researchers have developed a functioning artificial womb.

The post Breaking: Scientists Create An Artificial Womb appeared first on Futurism.

Google co-founder Larry Page has funded the creation of a flying vehicle through his Kitty Hawk startup. The Kitty Hawk flyer will go on sale later this year.

The post A Google Founder Is Bringing Flying Cars To The Masses… Soon appeared first on Futurism.

The results of a study of genetic markers from 70,000 subjects gives us much of the information we need to understand if a person will develop Alzheimer’s disease – and at what age.

The post The Most Valuable Alzheimer’s Test Created So Far appeared first on Futurism.

The Flying Eye, an expensive $75,000 drone, is the first of its kind to shoot 360-degree video in 6K and live stream broadcast-quality video from a range of 5 miles.

The post Meet the Most Advanced Drone for VR Video Yet appeared first on Futurism.

A new app lets people explore UK airspace in 3D and see hundreds of planes flying in almost real-time. Airspace Explorer is based on software used by air traffic controllers at the company NATS, although some planes are hidden from view.

The post Airspace Explorer Wants You to Feel Better About Air Travel appeared first on Futurism.

BOZENA RIOT is an armored vehicle made to maintain peace in the streets and urbanized areas, and to protect law-enforcement officers from violent mobs and aggressive protests.

The post The Armored Machine That Will Shut Down a Riot appeared first on Futurism.

Researchers at USC are finding new ways to coordinate complex aerial drone formations. This could be critical to tackling issues like fighting forest fires, search and rescue missions, and more.

The post Ever Seen a Swarm of Drones? appeared first on Futurism.

Virtual reality startups are scrambling to create more immersive ways to experience the tech. Mindride Airflow uses a weightless harness and a wind machine to make you feel like you’re soaring.

The post Mindride Airflow Lets You Take Wing appeared first on Futurism.

Bill Kochevar is the first quadriplegic who can move his body with his thoughts, through the help of new technology.

The post Hope for Paralyzed People Everywhere appeared first on Futurism.

Facebook just announced their new VR social media app called Facebook Spaces. Users adopt an avatar version of themselves and are put into a virtual space where they are able to interact.2

The post Facebook Just Leapt Into Virtual Reality appeared first on Futurism.

MakeVR is a new app for the HTC Vive that lets you create 3D printable objects in a room-scale virtual workshop with a simple multi-touch interface.

The post Bring Your Virtual Creations to Life appeared first on Futurism.

This graphene membrane may be capable of removing salt from seawater. It would aid millions of people without access to clean drinking water. The new technology is now being tested against existing desalination membranes.

The post We Can Use Graphene Oxide to Desalinate Seawater appeared first on Futurism.

Inspired and modeled after an octopus tentacle, Festo’s latest robot can pick up and manipulate objects with incredibly high precision. You’ve got to see it for yourself.

The post Festo’s Incredible New Robot Arm appeared first on Futurism.

China has a serious pollution problem that causes up to 17% of all deaths every year in the communist republic. But a vertical forest is to the rescue.

The post Vertical Forests Could Clean Up China appeared first on Futurism.

Russia’s FEDOR robot by Android Technics can shoot guns with both hands, drive and use tools, but it’s meant for space travel, says Russia’s PM.

The post Russia’s New Space Robot Can Drive, Use Tools… and Shoot appeared first on Futurism.

Anicorn Watches is raising funds for Hidden Time Watch on Kickstarter. The first edition of The Trio of Time, it’s designed to alter your perception of passing hours.

The post Put On This Watch And Change Your Perception of Time appeared first on Futurism.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has introduced a bill to make recreational pot legal in Canada. The bill is widely supported and is expected to pass without difficulty.

The post Trudeau Announces Legislation to Legalize Marijuana appeared first on Futurism.

As President Trump maps out plans for a border wall with Mexico, Customs and Border Protection is looking at a more mobile way to monitor the border: consumer drones.

The post Drones Could One Day Patrol US Borders appeared first on Futurism.

Energy is all about efficiency. But sometimes, it can be about beauty too. This solar energy flower is meant to appeal to everyones inner naturalist, techie, and clean energy buff.

The post Power Your Home and Car With Help from a Flower appeared first on Futurism.

Shoot full-color videos in the middle of the night.

The post You’ve Never Seen Night Like This appeared first on Futurism.

It’s the biggest free tuition program the US has ever seen.

The post New York Makes College Free appeared first on Futurism.

In India, glaciers, lakes, and forests have the same rights as people.

The post India Grants Human Rights to Nature appeared first on Futurism.

This is the future of medicine.

The post Holographic Medical Visualization Is Here appeared first on Futurism.

Broken cells are killing us.

The post Science Could Soon Extend Our Lifespans by 20 Percent appeared first on Futurism.

Gita is your own robotic caddy!

The post The Friendly Little Robot That’s Making the Future Easier appeared first on Futurism.

Say goodbye to water bottles. These bite-sized water blobs are 100% edible, and cheaper than plastic.

The post The First Step to a World Without Food Packaging appeared first on Futurism.

Irony at its finest.

The post Kentucky Coal Museum Switches to Solar Power appeared first on Futurism.

Can Elon Musk merge minds with machines?

The post Neuralink Could Help Humans Keep Up With AI appeared first on Futurism.

Would you do it?

The post What Is a U.S. Citizenship Worth? appeared first on Futurism.

Neurotechnology is changing the game. The baseball game.

The post The San Francisco Giants Embrace Neurotechnology appeared first on Futurism.

Gaming is about to become incredibly immersive.

The post Digital Projections Are the Future of Augmented Reality appeared first on Futurism.

Get a head start on your astronaut training.

The post NASA’s VR App Lets Astronauts (and the Public) Train for Space appeared first on Futurism.

NASA is launching a probe into the sun.

The post NASA’s Solar Probe Plus Can Withstand Incredible Conditions appeared first on Futurism.

Should robots pay taxes?

The post Robot Taxes Would Support the Workers They Displace appeared first on Futurism.

Do stem cells deserve more investment?

The post Reprogrammed Stem Cells and the Future of Medicine appeared first on Futurism.

Science is under attack. But we can stand up for it.

The post March for Science on Earth Day in a City Near You appeared first on Futurism.

Watch this AR-inspired film online for free.

The post “Strange Beasts” Explores a Darker Side of Augmented Reality appeared first on Futurism.

Meet Harry the autonomous shuttle.

The post One Day Autonomous Shuttles Could Be as Common as the Subway appeared first on Futurism.

The most valuable US automaker isn’t a car company.

The post Tesla Is One Step Closer to Becoming a Power Company appeared first on Futurism.

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