Wave Power Lights Up U.S. Electrical Grid For First Time

September 28, 2010 by  
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We write a lot about wave power here at Inhabitat, but functional wave farms are few and far between.

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Flying Disaster Relief Robots Create Communication Networks

September 28, 2010 by  
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While they may resemble a fleet of space invaders, these flying robots are actually designed to aid in disaster relief. Developed by the EPFL School of Engineering , the Swarming Micro Air Vehicle Network (SMAVNET) is a group of flying robots that can be deployed during a disaster to create a communication network for rescuers

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Prefab House from Down Under Blurs the Lines of Inside and Out

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The House of the Future is a conceptual project designed by the Australian Architects  Innovarchi for an exhibition on the grounds of the Sydney Opera House. The prefab home blends the outdoors with the indoors, concept with practicality, and materials with expression in order to explore what shelter can do. The home’s concept is planted in green materials using wood sourced from a sustainable pine plantation, where the pine is able to provide a shell that can collect both rain and sun to naturally cool and heat the home

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