Sometimes you see a project and you think that whoever came up with it is great. This is the case of Izhar Gafni, an engineer who works in industrial design. He had the idea of using one of the most common materials to make a bike, cardboard. Continue reading
This video was inspired by three big ideas: the ideas of psychologist Nicholas Humphrey, the Stanford study that found that AWE is clinically good for you and Ross Andersen’s rapturous meditation on the ontological awakening of our psyches provided by the Hubble Space Telescope. Continue reading
From CNET UK: The iPhone might be at the cutting edge of technology but it took a long time and many innovations to get there, take a trip through history and explore the people and technology that contributed to the iPhone becoming what it is today.
This video demonstrates drivers and need for change and the various reactions according to perspective. Continue reading
TED’s Chris Anderson says the rise of web video is driving a worldwide phenomenon he calls Crowd Accelerated Innovation — a self-fueling cycle of learning that could be as significant as the invention of print. But to tap into its power, organizations will need to embrace radical openness. And for TED, it means the dawn of a whole new chapter.
Design students Anna and Terese took on a giant challenge as an exam project. Something no one had done before. If they could swing it, it would for sure be revolutionary. The bicycle is a tool to change the world. If we use bikes AND travel safe: Life will be better for all. Continue reading
This video was inspired from reading an early version of Peter Diamandis’ and Steven Kotler’s new book ABUNDANCE. Continue reading