DIY Biohacking: Coming to a Lab Near You

structurehundred link Biohacking. The word seems like something out of a science fiction novel, but it has most likely already broken into the realm of a social arena near you. Biohacking is the general term for alteration and/or improvement of biology through a hacker-like approach. Just like a computer, biohackers go into the ‘[easyazon-link asin=”B004TGT0CA” locale=”us”]source code[/easyazon-link]’…

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Monday Marvels: This Week’s Top 5 Wonders

repairreally visit Monday Marvels: July 22nd – 29th, 2013 1.) Dawning a Second Skin: From Wearable Gadgets to Breakthrough’s in Medicine Researches from the University of Tokyo have developed a multipurpose electronic skin, no more than a nanometer in thickness and near indestructible. This life-like membrane offers the future potential to monitor your vital signs, be a…

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R.I.P. Smartphone

whothese Editor’s Note: This article is a complimentary opinion piece on ‘Wearable Technology and the Death of the Smartphone‘ by Gray Scott. [easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”B00894K248″ locale=”us” height=”160″ src=”http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51zBgZ%2BWDLL._SL160_.jpg” width=”84″]The mobile phone was a ‘disruptive technology‘ that affected the pager industry. Since rendering the pager obsolete, the mobile phone  has continued to evolve, moving from being just…

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ProDesk3D Futuristic Desktop 3D Printing Has Arrived

http://colourwake.life/blog colourwake ProDesk3D is a beautiful futuristic desktop 3D printer. These guys really understand the importance of design, esthetic and engineering. A rare combination. A company called botObjects is the design and manufacturer of ProDesk3D. The ProDesk3D printer is the first full color 3D desktop printer that delivers production-ready objects. The system uses compact safe engineering, eco-friendly-re-usable cartridge system and seamless software…

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Soylent: The Food of the Future (Part 3)

nearlyagain click Read Part One and Part Two of “Soylent: The Food of the Future” ——- Day 18: Back from New York, and it has been glorious to be on Soylent. Of course, I took what vitamins I could to NYC, including mastic gum and [easyazon-link asin=”B007N9217Q” locale=”us”]nootropics[/easyazon-link], and all of the food that I ate there…

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Soylent: The Food of the Future (Part 2)

To read Part One of “Soylent: The Food of the Future” click here. ——- [easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”B000MGSIWE” locale=”us” height=”160″ src=”http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51je5laPIdL._SL160_.jpg” width=”128″]Day 7: Today I consumed nothing but Soylent. The consistency is still a tad on the thick side, so I have been working on blending the oat bran into a fine powder before adding other…

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Asteroid Mining: The Future Is Built In Space

Asteroid mining may sound like a far future technology or science fiction. However, according to the people at Planetary Resources, they believe we will soon be able to mine near Earth approaching asteroids for water and minerals. According to the Planetary Resources website there are at least 9000 near Earth asteroids presently and 1000 more…

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Lifeloggers And The Future of Privacy

Lifeloggers is a new documentary by the team at Memoto. The film defines lifelog as : “A record of a person’s everyday life produced by a portable device which they regularly carry around.” If the name Memoto sounds familiar, it may be because they are the same team that created the wearable five megapixel life…

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Telescopic Contact Lens: Superman Vision has Arrived

Can’t read the fine print on important documents? Have trouble catching traffic signs due to failing vision? Get your telescopic contacts today, and never worry about seeing distant things up close again! This certainly sounds like something out of a sci-fi infomercial spoof, but a group of scientists from UC San Deigo, EPFL (Switzerland’s Polytechnical…

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