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According to a US Geological Survey estimate, anywhere from tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of bats are killed by wind turbines annually – in the US alone. New technology may help reduce those numbers, however, by causing the turbine blades to whistle at the animals... Continue Reading Whistling wind turbines may save bats' lives Category: Environment Tags: Bats
With seven days to go until the Dezeen Awards early-entry discount ends, we've put together a day-by-day guide to help you meet the deadline. Read more
Flickr will begin deleting photos of accounts over the 1,000 file limit starting on March 12th, but the photo-sharing service has just announced two changes to its policy: spared from deletion will be all Creative Commons photos and the accounts of deceased members.Creative Commons PhotosWhen Flickr announced its Free account changes back in late 2018, it stated that freely licensed public photos
Phytoplankton aren't just evenly distributed throughout the ocean. Instead, they occur in three-dimensional concentrated patches. A new autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) is able to find and map those patches, potentially helping to preserve wildlife such as seabirds... Continue Reading Autonomous sub seeks plankton patches to save birds Category: Robotics Tags: Autonomous
Not only do firefighters have dangerous jobs, but they often work in dark, smoke-filled environments where they'd be difficult to find if they ran into trouble. A new motion-powered wearable sensor could make all the difference in such situations... Continue Reading Motion-powered device made to save firefighters' lives Category: Good Thinking Tags: Firefighting McMas
Thanks to things like smartphones and automotive infotainment systems, both pedestrians and drivers are probably now less aware of one another than ever before. An experimental new crosswalk could help keep accidents from happening, however, through a variety of lights, electronic signs, and an app... Continue Reading High-tech crosswalk is designed to save pedestrians Category: Good Thin
Finland-based organization Camera Rescue has rescued 46,000 analog cameras and it plans to more than double that number by 2020. Cameraville recently interviewed the organization's Juho Leppänen to discuss the mission, as well as the unique challenges they face.Camera Rescue launched in 2018 with the mission of preserving analog cameras for future generations. The organization finds used film pho
Camera Rescue is a project based in Finland that’s working to rescue 100,000 analog cameras by 2020 in order to preserve them for future generations. Photographer Jordan Lockhart of Cameraville recently traveled to Tampere, Finland, and made this 10.5-minute behind-the-scenes video at the organization’s ambitious endeavor.Lockhart sat down with Camera Rescue core team member Juho Lepp
the project combines 50 tiles that mimic the root structure of mangrove trees. The post volvo develops 3D-printed ‘living seawall’ to save the world’s oceans from plastic pollution appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
How going "old-school" with game saves -- they're manual! -- created a sorely-needed sense of tension in Creative Assembly's first-person horror-shooter Alien: Isolation. ... is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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