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Ralph Lauren Launches Wearable Tech Apparel at U.S. Open. Google, Levi's Partner to Develop "Smart Fabric" At Google's annual developer conference on Thursday, the tech giant revealed that its Advanced Technology and Projects group (ATAP) has developed a textile woven with microfibers that have "digital sensing capabilities" — a "smart fabric" that could, conceivably, interact with devices including our smartphones.
5 Things Your Clothes Will Be Able to Do in the Future. Spending on wearable technology is expected to reach $53 billion worldwide by 2019, according to Juniper Research.
Sound a bit surprising? Rightly so. Break the Grid propose roaming 3D-printing robots to repair environments. Buildings and coastlines could be monitored by fleets of autonomous repair robots, according to a Danish initiative that advocates "freeing" 3D printers to fix global problems.
Called Break the Grid, the initiative is a collaboration between three future-focused Danish companies — GXN Innovation, the research arm of architects 3XN; additive manufacturing platform The Danish AM Hub; and Map Architects. Solving issues of deterioration The companies believe that pressing global challenges like coastline erosion and infrastructure deterioration could be fixed by giving 3D printers the power to move and act autonomously.
They envisage fleets of roaming 3D-printers moving across land, air and even sea. Two robotic fabrication methods make Robot Fabricated Hybrid Bridge. Thin carbon fibres wind over a 3D-printed metal frame to form this hybrid bridge, made by university students in Shanghai using two emerging robotic fabrication techniques.
Students participating in the DigitalFUTURES International 2019 summer workshop at Tongji University worked with local research studio Fab-Union to design the bridge, which can hold more than 20 people. The Robot Fabricated Hybrid Bridge is an exploration of two relatively recent construction methods – large-scale metal 3D printing, such as that used for MX3D's world-first bridge, and filament winding, as seen in the University of Stuttgart's beetle-wing-inspired Elytra pavilion. Both techniques save money, material and energy compared to traditional building methods such as subtractive manufacturing or cast pouring, and the students wanted to see how they could work in synergy. Live Review: Random Identities A/W 20.
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Air pollution might be making us depressed. It’s common knowledge that air pollution is detrimental to our health, killing seven million people every year, and yet little is known about its toll on our mental well-being.
Now, new research has revealed a link between polluted areas and increased cases of psychiatric disorders. In a study published on the PLOS Biology journal, scientists found that areas in the US with the worst air quality had a 27 per cent increase in bipolar diagnoses, and a six per cent increase in cases of depression, when compared to the national average. While researchers confirmed a link, they assert that the report doesn’t prove air pollution directly causes mental illness, rather shows that a person might be at an increased risk if living in a polluted area.
The study looked at 11 years of health insurance data for 151 million people in the US, focusing on those who filed claims for bipolar, depression, personality disorder, schizophrenia, Parkinson’s, and epilepsy. Theresa May sets 2050 net zero emissions targets for UK, but climate change experts say it's too slow. 'It's like saying the house is on fire but we'll turn sprinklers on in 30 years,' one activist told i Wednesday, 12th June 2019, 4:00 pm Updated The new legislation will make Britain the first G7 country to legally commit to cutting its emissions to this level, and sets a legally binding target to end the UK's contribution to climate change over the next 30 years.
The plans will see the Climate Change Act 2008 amended from its current target of reducing emissions by 80 per cent by the middle of the century to the new, tougher goal. Sign up to our daily newsletter. We’ve already used up all of Earth’s budgeted resources for the year. In very cool, very normal news, we’ve already used up our allowance for natural resources – including water, soil, and clean air – for all of 2019.
A new report by sustainability organisation Global Footprint Network shows that this year’s Earth Overshoot Day – the date when consumption for the year exceeds the Earth’s capacity to regenerate those resources – is the earliest ever. At our current consumption rates, we would reportedly need 1.75 planets to produce enough to meet humanity’s needs, meaning we’re using resources almost twice as fast as we should.
The study states: “The costs of this global ecological overspending are becoming increasingly evident in the form of deforestation, soil erosion, biodiversity loss, or the buildup of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. The latter leads to climate change and more frequent extreme weather events.” Earth Overshoot Day has moved forward drastically over the last 40 years, moving two whole months in the last two decades alone. Facebook has created AI to make you more fashionable. As technology and fashion become more intertwined, Facebook has introduced its new app, Fashion ++, which is aimed at making its users more fashionable.
Parley for the Oceans on Instagram: “Parley founder Cyrill Gutsch and Biofabricate founder Suzanne Lee recap this year's summit – the leading platform for the world of emerging…” What you need to know about the nine climate emergency ‘tipping points’ Melting ice caps, potent carbon emissions, and changing forests – a new report suggests climate catastrophe is already here and ‘active’ We were told we had 12 years to avert climate catastrophe, but a new report from a team of international climate scientists suggests many of the pivotal tipping points may already be here. A report in Nature, co-authored by seven climate scientists, suggests nine of the planet’s irreversible climate tipping points may be upon us already. These include the loss of rainforests, thawing of arctic ice, melting ice sheets and the destruction of coral reefs.
With over half of the climate tipping points which were first identified a decade ago now “active”, according to researchers, these changes could collectively trigger a global tipping point that would spell an existential threat to humanity. IC3PEAK Dazed 100. Founded by Nastya Kreslina and Nikolay Kostylev, Moscow-based goths IC3PEAK emerged from the ashes of Russia’s 2014 witch house revival, and have since been making a name for themselves with their industrial, electronic noise pop and warped, horror-tinged visuals – just take the moment in “Death No More” when they sit down to feast on a hunk of raw, bloody meat with a fork and knife in the shadow of the Kremlin, for example.
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