Neil Harbisson was born with achromatopsia, a rare condition that causes complete colour blindness. In 2004, Harbisson and Adam Montandon developed the eyeborg, a sensory device that translates colours into sounds, which Harbisson, the world’s first officially recognized cyborg, wears at all times.
“Swimming in natural water is a delight to our senses. Your skin and hair feels soft and your eyes don’t sting. It seems as if, every cell in your body is telling you – this is the way swimming should be.” David Pagan Butler
Bring hope to the people of Zambia. 50 percent of rural Zambians lack access to clean water, and 1 out of every 12 children die before the age of 5. This water project will dramatically change life in four communities in desperate need.
Do you ever feel damn I miss the days when I was growing up and playing with toys? Well these adults went a little over board and its actually amazing.
Andy Didorosi founded the Detroit Bus Company in 2012 to fill some of the gaps in his city’s broken public transportation system.
This video shows that we are based in love and we have an inborn need for human interaction.
Thanks to Annie, one particularly enlightened 15-year-old girl from Canada, your next flashlight just might be powered by the heat from your hand. Introducing, the thermoelectric ‘Hollow Flashlight’ — submitted for the Google Science Fair.