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presented at the 2021 venice biennale, the exhibition educates visitors on domestic microalgae cultivation and encourages them to grow it inside their own homes. The post Bit.Bio.Bot wants you to farm algae at home as protein source and to purify air appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
EA has confirmed that hackers have managed to obtain source code for FIFA and the Frostbite Engine after a recent data breach. ...
In 2014, no less an authority than NASA proclaimed in peer-reviewed papers that it was getting mysterious thrust from the EmDrive, a strange, brassy trumpet of a thing that its creators claimed could produce thrust with no propellant. NASA's findings replicated 2009 experiments in China. A zero-propellant thruster? The world sat up and listened.Continue ReadingCategory: Physics, ScienceTags: Sate
When we hear about microplastic particles polluting the ocean, the usual suspected sources are degraded consumer plastic goods and synthetic textile fibers from washing machines. A new study, however, suggests that much of the blame lies with protective hull coatings on ships.Continue ReadingCategory: Environment, ScienceTags: Microplastic, Pollution, Ocean, Ships
Google is ending official support and development for its VR painting tool Tilt Brush, a decision that comes roughly five years since the app first launched back in early 2016. ...
The Video Game History Foundation (VGHF) wants to save our source code with a new initiative called the Video Game Source Project. ...
Frictional Games has given fellow devs and modders the go-ahead to explore what makes both iconic horror games tick. ...
When disaster strikes, the power often goes out, and it may be a good while before it's restored. Toyota and Honda start testing the Moving e system this month, a fuel cell bus designed to serve as a mobile power source to help meet a community's emergency electricity needs.Continue ReadingCategory: Automotive, TransportTags: Toyota, Honda, Disasters, Fuel Cell, Electricity, Power delivery, Bus
Version 3.2.1 (3.2.0 was skipped from public release due to last minute bug fixes) of darktable, an open source raw photo developer available for many operating systems, is now available. This marks a major departure from the software's typical annual release schedule. darktable's team states, 'The unfortunate state of global health has led to a marked increase in contributions and improvements.
While it might seem like the internet is leaving a detailed record of history, the world’s knowledge is all surprisingly vulnerable to being lost in a disaster. To help keep a backup, GitHub has now archived 21 TB of public open source data and buried it in a vault in the Arctic designed to preserve it for a thousand years.Continue ReadingCategory: Computers, TechnologyTags: Data, Data Storage, I 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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