Tag Archives: research
Sharp’s James Dimmock has been awarded a grant by the Royal Commission for his work on renewable energy.
The circuit board that allows you to create musical instruments with anything that is conductive.
Humans Invent investigates the latest advance in the world of 3D printing.
The Resilient Tunnel Plug will block flooding, smoke and chemical attacks.
Humans Invent looks at the possibility of using wood as an alternative to concrete and steel.
The motion-sensing orchestra of computers using crowd-sourced sounds.
The tool that can help people with tremors carry out everyday tasks.
Humans Invent talks to Sharp Devices Europe about their new tuneable white light LED, the Tiger Zenigata.
The Australian delivery service that intends to deliver textbooks to students via drones.
Studio Swine takes to the streets of São Paulo to make furniture from used cans.
James Flynn examines why each successive generation has a higher IQ than the previous one.
Humans Invent looks back at the audio innovator who changed cinema forever.
Humans Invent talks to Sam Etherington about his wave power generator that won this year’s James Dyson Award.
The new mapping tool that is far more precise than postcodes and much easier to remember than GPS coordinates.
The hacking community putting IKEA products to unintended uses.
Humans Invent puts the 3D printer pen under the spotlight.
Humans Invent has a look at Nissan’s smartwatch that connects driver with car.
Humans Invent finds out if Invisibility cloaks will become a reality.
Healthcare could be transformed with electronic components that dissolve in your body once their job is finished.
Graeme Obree road-tests the Beastie, with its brand new shell design, at Prestwick Airport.