The Trailer Home reinvented #architecture #innovation

Invisible Studio have developed an affordable “house” using locally sourced timber and construction waste. The structure is relocatable using a trailer. Simplicity The Envelope is simply constructed using corrugated fibreglass and steel with the interior faced with plywood previously used for concrete shuttering. Natural light is provided to the interior via polycarbonate sheeting. The Architects

An insect orchestra #innovation #music

Marguerite Tricaud is a Artist and Engineer with a fascination for musical improvisation – Sound Insects Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL London Her work includes this experimental installation of digital “insects” that react and respond to each other through the noises they make. Sound Insects is a self organizing sound system composed of multiple identical

20-20 vision in a bottle #health #rebootme

A research team from Bar-Ilan University’s Institute of Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (BINA) have innovated “Nano-Drops,” which in the future, could correct impaired vision and replace spectacles and contact lenses. This would also potentially replace laser correction. The self applied drops are synthetic nanoparticles, measuring between 1 &  100nm (nanometers) in width, that adjust the outside and superficial