Although much science fiction from 20 or 30 years ago predicted we’d have ubiquitous 3D holograms, that prediction is one that doesn’t seem to have panned out, though one cool project seems to try.
Japanese sculptor Makoto Tojiki has come up with a cool sculpture based an LEDs that looks a...Continue Reading on Walyou
As we bid farewell to 2008, it’s time to find out what the new year will hold. Amazing technologies? Alien lifeforms? Giant monsters? We look at science fiction’s predictions for the year 2009. A Giant Monster Will Destroy New York ... Read Post
IBM's innovation predictions for the next five years include cell phones that project holograms, cars that predict traffic patterns, and devices that run on oxygen. Read Post