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Dr Stefano Longo talks to Humans Invent about harvesting high altitude air currents.
Humans Invent talks to colour blind artist Neil Harbisson about using sound to ‘see’ colours.
Why test pharmaceuticals on humans when we can use microchips?
Humans Invent visit a very bespoke printing press indeed: from press to publishing.
Bezalel student Arthur Brutter and instructor Ido Bruno have designed a table to shield students from earthquakes.
Humans Invent talks to Cambridge Consultants about designing antenna for a new radio telescope.
The interactive player piano that can play your requests sent via twitter.
Humans Invent talks to Antonio Espingardeiro about building a robot to look after the elderly.
Humans Invent talks to music journalist, Saul Austerlitz about innovation in the music video.
Humans Invent spoke to designer Dominic Wilcox about recording the sounds of makers in East London.
Humans Invent explores ELMO, a smartphone teaching aid that reacts to your speed of learning.
Humans Invent explores the mind of a scientist pushing innovation in 3D, as well as cakes and bicycles.
The new tech that explores the future of the camera, as all we really need to do is blink.
Tali Sharot studies why our brains are biased towards optimism.
Jannis Hülsen’s research project is challenging the way we think about furniture production.
Humans Invent meets the founder of Riedel Communications, specialists in radio communications.
Humans Invent assesses the potential impact of solar powered travel.
Humans Invent speaks to Grant Associates about designing new green spaces in Singapore.
Humans Invent talks to the magician who is harnessing augmented reality.
Humans Invent talks to Acorn BBC Micro designer Steve Furber on his latest project.