Tag Archives: innovation
Dave and Calvin Laituri have engineered the world’s first rechargeable ice cube.
We investigate the inventor’s story behind the screen that can show two simultaneous images.
We investigate he ToucHb, a device that can test for anemia without the need for blood tests.
Mark Champkins kicks off his monthly column on finding inspiration at the museum.
Humans Invent explores the next generation of 3D printing – 4D printing.
Humans Invent sit down with Team Garmin-Sharp’s Director of sports science Robby Ketchell.
Humans Invent explores the Digital Inclusion Innovation contest in search of the latest inventions for the disabled.
Humans Invent sits down with Team Garmin Sharp’s David Millar to investigate the influence of technology on cycling.
The architect who wants to apply ‘passive solar’ methods to high-rise buildings.
Humans Invent talks to the Astronomer Royal about extraterrestial life and the Big Bang.
Humans Invents speaks to eccentric product designer harnessing sun and sand to make glass objects.
To celebrate Sharp’s 100th anniversary we challenged their brightest minds to discuss life in 2112. Today, it’s robotics.
Humans Invent talks to Jer Thorp about harnessing data for the good of society.
Humans Invent talks to Studio Swine about making furniture from waste.
Humans Invent talks to colour blind artist Neil Harbisson about using sound to ‘see’ colours.
The interactive player piano that can play your requests sent via twitter.
Humans Invent investigates the advances in multi-sensory advertising
Humans Invent talk to the man behind the smart pavements of our future cities.
Young, budding designer, Nicola Hume has created an audio map to get tourists off the beaten track.
This is the oldest computer: a calendar operating system invented by the ancient Greeks.