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Controlled Transparency Is The Chameleon of Technology

You know you’d buy a lampshade that does this. The post Controlled Transparency Is The Chameleon of Technology appeared first on Futurism.

Feel Virtual Reality With The KOR-FX Vest

This vest turns your chest into a rumble pack. The post Feel Virtual Reality With The KOR-FX Vest appeared first on Futurism.

This Light Show Will Alter Your Perception of the World

The “Perceptual Cell” will break your brain. The post This Light Show Will Alter Your Perception of the World appeared first on Futurism.

Augmented (Un)Reality? CEO of Magic Leap Calls Out “Grumpy” Tech Bloggers

While today’s virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) systems continue to fall short of expectations, one mysterious startup has been circling the waters, poised to bring to life the mind-blowing VR/AR experience many of us have been anticipating since we were kids.

Ready, Set, Go: Audi’s Cars Can Let You Know When a Stoplight Will Turn Green


Smart cars are getting smarter, and in one of the latest developments, Audi is making its cars more responsive to their surroundings through its Traffic Light Information feature.

An Ultra-Rare Crystal Is Found in a Meteorite, Revealing a Bizarre Form of Matter


Ultra-Rare Specimen A team led by Luca Bindi, a geologist from the University of Florence, has found an ultra-rare quasicrystal just a few micrometres wide in a meteorite that landed in Russia five years ago.

We Must Reach the Final Frontier: The Legacy of John Glenn


“That View is Tremendous” NASA John Glenn, the last of NASA’s seven original astronauts, and former U.S.

Expert in Advanced Propulsion Says NASA’s EM Drive Results Are Likely Not Valid


A Skeptic Weighs In A recent paper in the Journal of Propulsion and Power from NASA outlines the possibility of a working EM Drive, a propulsion system that uses microwaves bouncing around inside a cavity to produce thrust. The peer-reviewed paper was met with heavy skepticism, in part because it violates current laws of physics – specifically Newton’s Second Law of Motion.

SpaceX Says They Will Be Ready for Takeoff in January

SpaceX is working very hard to move on from that explosion of one of its Falcon 9 booster rockets last September.

A $10 Million Investment Is Set to Determine If Universal Basic Income Would Work in the U.S.


Throwing Money at the Problem of No Money The concept of Universal Basic Income (UBI) has been popping up left and right all around the world lately.

Blockchain Technology and the Law Aren’t Enemies, They’re Allies

It’s hard to deny the promise of blockchain. The Ethereum protocol gave us the toolkit necessary to begin reinventing the way we interact with each other as peers, as well as the way we interact with businesses in commercial relationships.

This Hydrogel Stops Uncontrolled Bleeding Quickly

Big news for hemophiliacs! The post This Hydrogel Stops Uncontrolled Bleeding Quickly appeared first on Futurism.

Unveiling the Cosmos: Meet One of the Largest Structures in the Known Universe

Unusual Feeding Habits There’s a fascinating sight just about 10 billion light years away from Earth, and an international team of astronomers have their eyes set on it.

This Material Could Reveal the Link Between Classical Physics and the Quantum Realm

Two Worlds in One? It’s no surprise that quantum physics can be disorienting to the casual observer; after all, it does follow its own set of rules quite different from those of classical physics which rule over our everyday experience.

This Week in Science: Dec 3 – 9, 2016


The post This Week in Science: Dec 3 – 9, 2016 appeared first on Futurism.

If You Can Drive a Car, You Can Drive This Submarine

Want a personal submarine? It will only cost you about $1.5 million. The post If You Can Drive a Car, You Can Drive This Submarine appeared first on Futurism.

This Week in Science: Dec 3 – 9, 2016


The post This Week in Science: Dec 3 – 9, 2016 appeared first on Futurism.

This Stain- and Odor-Repellant Fabric Is a Dream Come True

Never worry about stains or odors again! The post This Stain- and Odor-Repellant Fabric Is a Dream Come True appeared first on Futurism.

Unbreakable: Watch a Spray-On Polymer Let Objects Survive a 148-Foot Fall


A video of a seemingly indestructible watermelon is making the rounds on the internet. The melon’s uncharacteristic toughness and durability despite being dropped off a tower and hacked at with an axe is due to a coating of LINE-X, a protective polymer with super strength.

Our Smartphones Should be Enhancing Our Lives, Not Taking Them Over


Does it seem like you are constantly checking the number of comments and likes you get? Does it feel like you spend ages composing witty tweets and snaps and instagrams and tumbles?


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