Architecture students create a geodesic, autonomous eco-sphere; also, a little remote-controlled submarine camera for your aquarium.
Architecture students at University College London call this project "a speculative urban cyber gardener." We call it rolling eco-art!
Now, struggling artists won't need to take the bus to buy a $9 organic coffee.
Nauto hopes to one day provide its data services to automakers, and it's getting $12 million dollars from Playground to make that happen.
Let's see a human being do that! (Please don't actually try.)
That's one way to show that you have faith in the technology coming from your company.
Autonomous cars of the future will be self-sufficient in many ways, but Google's John Krafcik believes they may need more frequent help than current cars in others.
The tech giant received its patent mere days after getting into a small accident with the very vehicle to which this patent refers.
It's but one more step in automakers' inexorable march toward self-driving cars.
Self-driving cars are going to shake up the world's luxury automakers -- and this trend could favor underdog brands like Lincoln and Hyundai.