Far-future research dialogue by Philips Design
Just as we are getting more and more used to 'learning through the internet', by means of of YouTube education (for instance, search query: 'how to make a perfect cappucino') there is now also an internet for robots, which is called roboearth.…Continue
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As part of Cornell University's Fab@Home initiative, a group of scientists and students created a 3D printer that prints food.
"David Arnold, director of culinary technology at the French Culinary Institute, has been testing out the technology since October 2009. He loves the…Continue
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This lollipop has programmable taste
When you input data into a computer can activate this device to produce certain qualities of electronic pulse that give the sensation of certain tastes .
Imagine sending someone a taste message?
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Next step would be to work out nutritional content of the food inside.
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Solutions for a sustainable world tend to point more and more in the direction of microbes, it seems that these little bacteria are key in helping us to save the world. Due to the fact that they are the most ancient life form on earth and have been thus proven to be very successful in surviving numerous of extreme…Continue
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FREE KEVIN is an ongoing and roving screening series from a collection of 15.4 GB of downloaded films and documentaries depicting hackers and related computer culture from the 1980s-2000s. A range of material including…Continue
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Dirk vander Kooij, a Design Academy graduate, showed an interesting concept last week during the Dutch Design Week. Dirk bought Fanuc, a heavyset, yellow robot arm that was pensioned after working 140.000 hours non-stop at a chinese production line. By giving him new software and…Continue
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