Computational creativity and the future of AI

Stu Robarts

Carlo Ratti Associati's Personal Cloud detects when individuals walk below it and sprays t...

One way of keeping people cool in hot climates is to spray a cool mist through which they can walk. Spraying mist continuously, however, can use a lot of water. A new installation called Personal Cloud reduces the amount of water used by detecting passersby and targeting mist at them only.  Read More

Aktivhaus B10 explores how materials, design and technology can extend home sustainability...

Though we've covered lots of Passive Houses, a project in Stuttgart, Germany, claims to be the "first fully functional Active House in the world." Aktivhaus B10 is said to use "active measures" such as self-learning and automation to improve its energy performance.  Read More

The Kuissential EvenGrind coffee grinder targets the budget end of the market Grind-size and consistency is crucial when grinding coffee beans. Kuissential's EvenGrind promises to provide a selectable and consistent grind-size for its users. It does so by using a removable cage to stabilize its burr.  Read More

The BMW M6 GT3 has been tested on the track in Dingolfing, Germany The BMW M6 GT3 has taken to the track for the first time in Germany. The car was put through its paces at the BMW plant in Dingolfing. Having been announced last year, this marks the start of its testing period.  Read More

The Sonicable is said to charge any device twice as fast as standard charging cables When you're in a rush, it can feel your phone is taking forever to charge. A new cable, however, promises to cut the time it takes to charge mobile devices from a PC. The Sonicable is said to be able to charge any device twice as quickly through a PC's USB port than they would with regular charging cables.  Read More

The Handground coffee grinder is a crowdsourced design that promises a consistent and prec...

For coffee enthusiasts, preparing a brew can be as important as what beans are being used. Gizmag has covered lots of coffee makers over the years, but how the beans are ground also makes a difference. The Handground coffee grinder promises a consistent and precision grind for a better flavor.  Read More

The Eero Wi-Fi system connects to your home router and creates a wireless mesh network for...

Despite being nigh on ubiquitous in our homes, Wi-Fi is by no means perfect. Home Wi-Fi networks can suffer from dead spots, weak signals and interference, not to mention being a mystery to many when something goes wrong. The new Eero Wi-Fi system seeks to solve these problems.  Read More

3DRacers is a car racing game for which the cars are 3D printed and controlled via smartph...

A new car racing game is bridging the real and the digital worlds. 3DRacers makes use of 3D printing, Arduino-based electronics and smartphone control. Users can design their own cars, 3D print them at home or via 3D Hubs, customize their performance and control them via a mobile app.  Read More

A close-up front view of the GT-R LM Nismo

Nissan has unveiled a new car that will compete in this year's Le Mans 24 Hours race. The GT-R LM Nismo is a racing version of Nissan's flagship car, the GT-R. Like the production GT-R, the LM Nismo has set tongues wagging, although more for its configuration than anything else.  Read More

Google's Chrome browser has lots of useful functionality

According to StatCounter, the most widely used browser during 2014 was Google Chrome, which promises speed, simplicity and security for its users. You can do a lot more with Chrome than just visit your favorite websites though. This article takes a look at some of its clever functionality.  Read More

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