Gianluca Riccio, copywriter and journalist - Born in 1975, he is the creative director of an advertising agency, he is affiliated with the Italian Institute for the Future, World Future Society and H +, Network of Italian Transhumanists.
A wearable device in color literally changes its appearance - and this flexible display from Plastic Logic will do just that.Read More
Research identifies a special "forest" design made of folded nanotubes that revolutionizes the power supply of the devices of the future.Read More
Is it possible to generate energy from the human body as in "Matrix", if possible without becoming batteries with a tube in the back? Here are 5 promising technologies.Read More
They are based on the principles of the so-called "triboelectric effect", and their fields of application are boundless.Read More
A careful design allows the "biomimetic" development of batteries inspired by snake scales. They will come in handy for wearables and soft robots.Read More
Rice University “spins” carbon nanotubes onto a tight mesh, transforming it into a formidable “diagnostic” piece of clothing.Read More
A remedy for the excess of electronic waste (also due to planned obsolescence)? Soluble electronics. A team shows that it can.Read More