Would you buy a car programmed to kill you for the greater good?
Using an ancient technique called “ebru,” Turkish artist Garip Ay transforms water into recreations of famous paintings. According to the Turkish Cultural Foundation, ebru, also known as “marbling”, involves brushing colour pigments in a pan of oily water and transferring the pattern to paper.
China will build some huge buses that will allow smaller cars to pass by under them in order to relief urban traffic. The design of electric “straddling buses” lets cars drive underneath them, and can help reduce air pollution. Also known as a land airbus, the new invention is less costly than subway systems.
It all started with a child’s curiosity: What would happen if you put a Gummi Bear on an electric stove? So that six-year-old boy’s father, Joshua Zermeno, did what any parent eager to foster an attitude of learning, experimentation and engagement with the world might — he said, “Let’s find out.”
‘Cymatics’ is the science of visualising audio frequencies. All of the experiments are real.