Virtual Reality Exosuits from Holotron, Soft Robotics, and catching SpaceX rockets as they fall out of the sky.
In this week’s episode of Future Lens Today, we talk about how scientists are taking the first steps towards creating a real Jurassic Park, the existence, and interaction of what Scientists call Time Crystals, as well as some major technical changes to Youtube and Instagram, as platforms begin to introduce new ways to eat away at our savings accounts.
Let's dive into supersonic technology, modular spacesuits for future Lunar and Mars missions, vertical farms run by robots, and Apple's new self-healing glass on foldable phones.
We take a look at the population numbers of the human race, using solar power to create water in deserts, and some cool robots.
Big tech companies and their participation, both good and bad, in the fight for civil rights, China's firewall around Hong Kong and a new precedent for Religious authority in the USA.
Spyware in the form of entertainment apps for your mobile phone or productivity platforms from your employers, what should begin to watch out for as our world begins to change?
The world’s smallest conceivable engine, the US government and DARPA have announced plans for the first even Nuclear Thermal Propulsion systems and a line drawn in the sand as Microsoft, Facebook, Amazon and Apple go head to head for dominance in the world of online and mobile gaming.
Today we talk Airbnb and it’s unintended consequences for people of color, how bigger businesses are giving platforms for the voices of incredible talent to reach new heights, as well as how the Canadian Government and non-for-profits are mobilizing to provide support, among other things.