As you can see, this site has been pretty sleepy lately. It’ll probably continue that way for a while yet, so do feel free to check out my archives or read a random post while you’re waiting for a new post.
Rev up the Infinite Improbability Drive!
I love it when knitting and h2g2 collide!
Want to feel like a galactic explorer? Hop aboard "Heart of Gold". See ya!
A part on the outside of a spaceship that morphs, rather than requiring an astronaut to perform a risky maneuver. Plumbing pipes able to bend and flex based on the needs of the water flowing through them. Furniture that assembles itself, no screwdriver required. Buildings with the ability to repair themselves when something goes awry.
These are just some potential applications of research being done at TED Fellow Skylar Tibbits’ Self Assembly Lab at MIT.