SpaceX vs Tomita (Mars)



SpaceX Releases Rockets-Eye View of Yesterday’s Landing

Oh SpaceX, you sweet son of a gun. You’ve landed another rocket on a floating ocean barge. This is the third landing in a row for Elon Musk’s commercial spaceflight company, and the second from a rocket that delivered its cargo to a very high orbit-which means it was coming down increadibly hot.

Space exploration will spur transhumanism and mitigate existential risk

When people think about rocket ships and space exploration, they often imagine traveling across the Milky Way, landing on mysterious planets and even meeting alien life forms. In reality, humans’ drive to get off Planet Earth has led to tremendous technological advances in our mundane daily lives – ones we use right here at home on terra firma.

NASA’s VR from Mars

A chill scene on Mars.

NASA stitched together a sequence of images streamed from Curiosity Rover to make a single moment of VR.

What NASA’s New Mars Video Means for the Future of Virtual Reality

Finally: You now can explore the surface of Mars without ever leaving Earth. NASA released a 360-degree video from the surface of Mars Monday that lets viewers poke around the Martian surface. It’s an eye-opening experience that makes it hard not to think about the possibilities of touring the planet in virtual reality someday soon.

FINALLY video contact lenses

Where screens are headed.

‘Game changing’ breakthrough turns contact lenses into tiny computer screens

In humanity’s efforts to put screens in, on and around everything, it’s fair to say some ideas have made a lot more sense than others. Take this mirror, a perfect example of where the added technology could be useful in our daily lives.



Never fails to amaze: receiving on a phone an image of the sun captured and sent from space. Non fiction science fiction.