Emerging Tech

Pedal-Powered Snowplow Is More Fun Than Shoveling

When we were kids we used to love when it snowed. We’d get a day off of school and get a full day of building forts and throwing ice balls at unsuspecting victims. But then we grew up, and realized we were not only expected to go to work on snowy days, but to also shovel the snow instead of ...

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ExhaustBurger Is A Biological Horror

I don’t care how much heat is wasted through the exhaust pipe, I refuse to eat a burger which is cooked using the heat and fumes from my automobiles excrements. The ExhaustBurger was shown off at the Dining In 2015 exhibit. My love for meat holds almost no limits. I would use a burger as my phone. I might even ...

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A Little Help Dividing Recyclables The Right Way

Technically, our recyclables are supposed to be divided into metal, paper, plastic, and others. Usually they just wind up in a vaguely spaced pile which seems to be separated by a coincidence. The Barcode Trashcan allows you to simply scan your soon-to-be recycled items, at which point a built-in computer figures out what material that barcode corresponds to, and ejaculates ...

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Dyson Air-Line: Clothesline Of The Future

Drying clothes in a green way can be very time consuming. Usually hanging clothes on a outdoor clothesline is the most efficient way to do so, but it takes forever. Dyson has a new concept called Air-Line which users wind power as well as solar heat to dry clothes without the need of an electrical dryer. So you get a ...

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You Say You Want A Revolution Door

Green power generation isn’t easy for large buildings. Some high-powered businesses, such as casinos and office buildings, would need a solar power grid the size of Rhode Island (the smallest state, but come on). The Revolution Door adds a turbine to the revolving door of power hungry businesses. As people come and go through the doors, power is generated. Might ...

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Guerrilla Plumbing: How To Save The Earth By Sneaking Around

So you’re at a party, perhaps you have a few alcoholic beverages floating through your bloodstream and you’re feeling like an eco-friendly vigilante. All the beer in your belly makes you have to piss worse than a scared schoolgirl. You take a trip to the bathroom, only to your horror, you see that your buddy is still using a toilet ...

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Teenager Turns a DeLorean Into A Perpetual Air Motored Car: Doc Brown Is So Proud

Just to prove that you don’t need environmental scientists to create green products for you, check out what this 15-year-old boy from Samarkand, Uzbekistan did to this DeLorean. We already know DeLorean’s are capable of so much, including time travel and stirring up buzz on the interweb. This DeLorean in particular is powered by a conventional internal combustion engine with ...

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High Rise Farming

When I think of farming, I think of rural, “Oh my god, it’s so flat I can see the next state” kind of land. What I definitely don’t think about is a high rise building. These Vertical Farms, proposed by Columbia University environmentalists would provide a year round harvest. Because of its indoor setting, the climate can be controlled, offering ...

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The Green Side Of The Moon

If one day we are forced to expand our lives to the moon, we don’t want to make the same mistakes we’ve made here on Earth. Enter Luna Gaia, a green concept idea for making the moon living experience not only enjoyable, but friendly to the lunar environment. Luna Gaia would be a self-sustaining habitat, which gathers solar energy and ...

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Saver Clip: Sounds Like A Coupon Book, Looks Like A Dream

Again we ask ourselves, “How do we know how much power we actually use?” Because you know we can’t trust those darn, meddling power companies. The Saver Clip is designed to sense the electromagnetic filed pulsing through your power wires. When you use power, an output is emitted from the wires in the form of electromagnetism. The more power you ...

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