Tag Archives: technology
Humans Invent investigate another DIY kit that is helping children play their own drawings.
An exploration into how technology is helping make sure you buy the right size online.
Humans Invent talks to design studio Dentaku about their accessible synthesiser.
Humans Invent and Sharp explore what it means to be part of “Generation Cloud”.
We ask the experts if the future really is modular for our gadgets?
Humans Invent looks at the positive and negative effects of a world that is constantly online.
Sharp Japan talks to Humans Invent about its advancements with artificial intelligence.
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 Humans Invent podcast team sit down with Team Garmin-Sharp boss Jonathan Vaughters.
Humans Invent looks at the possibility of using wood as an alternative to concrete and steel.
Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe meet to discuss the biggest story of the week – the release of Michael Rasmussen’s book.
The motion-sensing orchestra of computers using crowd-sourced sounds.
Graeme Obree in conversation with cycling journalist and author Richard Moore.
Our podcasters Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie travelled to Paris for the official unveiling of the 2014 TDF route.
Humans Invent talks to Sharp Devices Europe about their new tuneable white light LED, the Tiger Zenigata.
Take a look at our #GetItDownOnPaper winner’s interactive chopping board design.
The Australian delivery service that intends to deliver textbooks to students via drones.
This week Richard, Daniel and Lionel talk about the 2014 Giro route, the proposed new cycling calendar, play fantasy stages and a new Mystery Voice competition!
Humans Invent looks back at the audio innovator who changed cinema forever.