Blind Ambitions: 11 Assistive Ideas for the Visually Impaired
Technology to assist visually impaired people is progressing far beyond the dog and cane. These technology concepts – all of which are still in the ...
Almost There: Signs from the Near Future May Blow Your Mind
A few are far-fetched, but most of these notices are shocking in part because they are nearly believable – some may be an accepted reality within the ...
Mini Book of Major Events: Whole World History in Your Hand
In a handful of pages in a book the size of a fingernail, this book artist tells a minimalist story of life on Earth, illustrating pivotal moments with brief ...
Block Out Bad Smells with Decorative Air Purifying Collar
Noxious odors are an inevitable part of life in the city, from rotting trash and cigarette smoke to the sweaty guy sitting next to you on the subway eating ...
Alternative Landmarks: 12 Monuments As They Almost Were
Major landmarks around the world, from the Sydney Opera House to the Lincoln Memorial, could have been dramatically different if these proposals were accepted.
Wearable Tech: Mask Gives Users Superhuman Senses
A set of futuristic-looking masks that fit over the mouth and ears or the eyes enhance audio and visual perception, giving the wearers superhuman senses.
In The Fold: 10 Futuristic Folding + Flexible Computer Ideas
The shapes of computers have changed drastically in the past decade, but the evolution isn't done yet - keep an eye out for these radical folding designs.
Visionary Videos: 7 Awe-Inspiring TED Talks on Architecture
From timeless architectural insights to new building technologies, watch these videos and you will never see built environments in the same way again.
Stealth Wear: Counter-Surveillance Fashion Protects Privacy
Want to elude surveillance? Wear a metallic hoodie, slip your phone into a signal-blocking sleeve, paint your face and give yourself a weird punk haircut.
Printing Prospects: 10 Hi-Tech Printer Prototypes & Concepts
Printers are no longer just the bulky machines that sit on our desks. Current and future printers can create our homes, our toys and even our new body parts.