Cesar Kuriyama has videoed one second of his life every day for the past two years. The result is a wonderful memory archive of the way he’s spent his time, bringing to life the trials he’s faced as well as the triumphs. His brilliant TED talk explores the reasoning behind his recording – and brilliantly shows off his archive so far:
One of the modern day conveniences we’ve come to take for granted is electric lighting. But whenever I’m thinking how I will survive the apocalypse, I’m always saddened by how dark the world will become when electricity stops flowing through the grid. Not any more. Say hello to bio-engineered glowing plants!
A team of geneticists and futurists have started a project on Kickstarter with the aim of developing a bio-luminescent plant. Apocalypse lighting problem solved.
And you can get your foot in the door (if it works, and if you live in the US) for a contribution of $40 or more.
The IPA 44 Club painted an intriguing view on SXSW last night at Google’s offices. As an example of some of the thought provoking stuff, here’s a documentary about 3D printing guns, featuring Cody Wilson who presented at SXSW. Terrifying?