nnovation company, MX3D, who can print metals and resin in mid-air without support structures (yes, really) are 3D printing a steel bridge. The bridge will be printed over water in the center of Amsterdam
O’Right is a highly innovative and highly sustainable Taiwanese hair care range made from coffee beans. Not only does the ingredients make use of coffee oil from otherwise discarded used coffee grounds, the packaging uses coffee the same grounds to colour its bottles in replacement of chemical colourants. Not only that, after use, the bottles are filled with coffee beans and planted, later to be replaced with new blooms and new beans.
Pavegan, a start up that develops tech to collect footfall energy, has collaborated with Tesla in an experiment to charge cars through the power of the step. The test was a success and demonstrates the possibilities of the wealth of energy we create with each step. Whilst foot traffic on London’s Oxford Street can generate enough energy in a day to drive an electric car 953 miles – this is definitely a step in the right direction.
Thanks to creative studio Field, you can see an Oculus Rift VR helmet that makes you feel like you’re in a sci-fi film. Field’s avant-garde headsets, paired with an Oculus Rift, pull a seemingly distant tech ever closer to mass adoption.