Realism has always been held up as the ultimate goal of new animation technology; now that goal is within sight, and the result is making audiences recoil. Katrina takes a look at the movie ‘Cats’ and the phenomenon known as uncanny valley.
What can the science of mental health apps tell us about digital support during COVID-19?
Bradley Wilson discusses electronic spectroscopy, the recent advances made by nano-sizing and the potential benefits of this to other fields of science.
Space technology is on the forefront of monitoring climate change and uses interesting techniques to detect changes from far above in the sky (practically, it’s the outer space). Deep Bandivadekar presents a sneak peek.
From trainers to high-speed transport, Alex Brumwell discusses the art of biomimicry and nature’s influence on our everyday lives.
From the simple structure under the earth’s crust to incredible energy conversion advances, Bradley Wilson introduces perovskites and discusses their potential in materials development.
Luke demonstrates the principle that when knowledge and technology are made easily accessible to all, the quality of life improvements that follow are as undeniable as the benefits it provides to society as a whole
Sonya discusses the issues associated with prostheses currently available to children and how 3D scanning is transforming the development of prosthetic limbs and, in turn, the lives of children.