The Solar Impulse 2 made headlines as the first solo-piloted plane to fly around the world without using a single drop of fuel, but the ultimate goal is to encourage the everyman to embrace energy efficiency.
The new Vancouver-based interior design business Kabuni melds two key components—an app and a bricks-and-mortar workspace—to simplify the experience of redecorating a home.
From July 16–September 11, the Milk Glass Co. event space will host a pop-up VR “experience centre”, where 20 audience members at a time will don the futuristic headsets for an immersive, reality-bending program.
To better understand how virtual reality technology is currently being used, we invited industry insiders to expound on its applications.
Wheels Up isn’t the only company offering private aviation. But they do business differently, functioning more like a private club than an ownership group.
You’re behind the wheel when suddenly the radio starts blaring—strange, because you just shut it off. Then the turn signal turns on. Your pulse picks up; you wonder what the heck is going on—and that’s when the engine cuts out.
Remember when someone professed affection for another with a custom mixed tape? Creating one took effort and dedication, to carefully play the cassette while simultaneously recording on another.
Robot? Pshaw. Anyone can build one of those. But how about one that can feel?
Engineering students at Eindhoven University of Technology in Juuka, Finland, have set upon a new project—or rather, a very old one. They are building a bridge based on an obscure model designed by Leonardo da Vinci in 1501; a project the Renaissance man intended to span 240-metres over the Golden Horn, an offshoot of the Bosphorus River.