How does the internet go from country to country? It travels through thousands of kilometres of underwater fibre optic cables which can transmit information up to 99.7% of the speed of light.
This website shows all cables currently being used
Biohackers want to make their bodies and brains function better by “hacking” their biology. The BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire programme meets the people who are inserting technology under their skin, adopting extreme diets and trying to change their DNA.
Chorus is a collective of monumental and transfixing sound sculptures created by sound artist Ray Lee. Towering high above the audience, giant metal tripods with rotating arms sing out hypnotic siren calls creating a pulsating harmonic drone. Red lights whirl like a swarm of fireflies, or of planets in motion, like mesmerising orbits of colour.
GridDrones: A Self-Levitating Physical Voxel Lattice for Interactive 3D Surface DeformationsSean Braley, Calvin Rubens, Timothy Merritt, Roel Vertegaal