Posted: May 1, 2013 Filed under: architecture, Ideas, Technology | Tags: material science, nanotech
Sometimes a good demo is needed to convince people that human civilization is entering a new paradigm.
Posted: May 2, 2012 Filed under: 3D Printing, architecture, Augmented Reality, Design, Digital Realtiy, Government, Ideas, physics, Robots, Software, Space | Tags: stellar engines
So you’ve got planetary scale intelligence. You’ve used self replicating von Neumann probes to build that Dyson Sphere. What next?
Posted: April 27, 2012 Filed under: architecture, Design, Energy, Government, Ideas, Science, Technology, Urban Planning | Tags: mach 5, transportation
Evacuated Tube Transport: 1/10th the cost of a high-speed rail, 10 times the capacity & 4,000 mph? Read about it at Singularity Hub.
Posted: April 18, 2012 Filed under: 3D Printing, architecture, Augmented Reality, Automotive, Design, Digital Realtiy, Energy, Environment, Fashion, Ideas, Technology, Urban Planning | Tags: claytronics, evolution, nanotechnology, systems biology, utility fog
What is the future of cities when all material objects are programmable? The IEET has an amazing post.
What’s the background on programmable matter?