Nowadays buildings and structures are getting more than one way of being used. This giant waste incinerator has a ski slope on its sides. Danish architecture firm Bjarke Ingels Group is planning on building a ski slope around a new waste incinerator in Copenhagen. It will turn garbage into energy,
The plant will become a year-round ski park, and the rest of the complex will form a park and recreation area. Waste will continue to be turned into energy on the inside.
Who uses a camera these days? Er..practically no one. Unless you're a professional photographer and that's your job. But even more are turning to the efficiency of smartphones these days. Sony's new ILCE-QX1 lens camera system is going to make the DSLR a lot less bulky. Read more
It's about a week more to go before the new iPhone 6 takes the stage. There's also a very good chance that it is going to be very different from all its previous versions. Could this be how it looks like? Read more
Say you're a standup comedian and you're speaking to a crowd. The only way to tell if your jokes were flat is by the crowd not reacting to it. But what if you went further than that. What if you made them angry but they're just not voicing it out? This Google Glass app will measure emotions. It is both creepy, and possibly useful in some situations. Read more