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At first glance at Christy Lee Rogers' breathtaking underwater photography, many would mistake her digital works for watercolor paintings. By playing with the refraction of light and her subjects' flowing drapery, the Hawaii-born photographer captures the beauty of the ephemeral world and emphasizes water's important role as a vital element in our daily life.
Can't make it to that important meeting? A Star Trek-like holographic device could be the solution. Last Wednesday, researchers at Queen's University in Canada revealed a 3D holographic videoconferencing system that “effectively simulates teleportation" at an international conference in Montreal, Canada.
Commuting in Dubai can be an experience full of discovery as the city tested the world’s first two autonomous pods, days after it unveiled a design model of Hyperloop. The pods, which can carry a maximum of six people each. were tested by the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) of Dubai in United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Wednesday.
You don’t need to be worried about a lack of food on when doomsday (inevitably) happens. Norway announced on Monday that the Svalbard Global Seed Vault now contains more than one million types of seed, intended to protect crops and plants from devastation by natural and man-made disasters.
A New York-based architecture company Oiio recently unveiled its latest travel concept, aimed at improving transportation in Los Angeles. The firm designed a new form of transport for Los Angeles, which looks like a bubble cabins passing around on wheelbases that could follow roads and climb up buildings.
One out of five people are suffering a sleep issue in the world. The Dutch start-up company developed a sleep robot-Somnox. It is the latest attempt to address the problem using the robotic pillow that is claimed to improve sleep by helping regulate breathing and playing sleep-inducing sounds.