This Young Inventor’s Vision Is to Launch the Largest Ocean Clean-Up In History

By Anne Cacherell Aside from millions of marine animals that die each year due to plastic pollution, thousands of humans get sick as well from toxic chemicals accumulated in the food chain. In this regard, Dutch inventor, environmentalist and aerospace engineering student Boyan Slat designed a technology that would extract, prevent and intercept plastic pollution…

Japan Has Some Pretty Big Labor Issues, But What’s The Solution?

By Richard K. Noots Every first-world nation has issues with labor and commodities. Japan’s issues tend to be a bit more unique, however. In a land where the old generation is dying off, the has been a cultural and mental shift among their population’s youth. According to Japanese media, the young generation is becoming lazy, and not…

These Dioramas Will Blow Your Mind With How Real They Look

By Richard K. Noots Satoshi Araki is a man who loves to make dioramas. He makes some of the most detailed dioramas I’ve ever seen, honestly. In fact, when I saw the first picture (The Batman one below), I only that the Batmobile was the model, and the rest was real. Turns out the whole thing was a…

You’ve Got to Check Out This Guy’s Tiny House

By Richard K. Noots Leave it to Japan to have one of the coolest tiny houses I’ve ever seen built thus far in my life. It’s less than six hundred square feet, but once you see inside, you won’t feel that way. Actually, this house is like the opposite of a sports car! Somewhere in a place called Riverside…

You’ve Never Seen Watches Used Like This Before!

By Richard K. Noots The DGT Architects firm and a watchmaker company based in Japan called Citizen have combined their efforts for the sake of art. It’s called LIGHT in TIME, and it’s a simplistic piece that makes your imagination stretch beyond it’s limits. It’s made with only two items, watch bases and black thread….