Humanity is going through a very dark time. Even worst is, according to U.S. experts, the pandemic could last for two years. Two years! Now, that’s really a holy shit situation. Everyday life, as we know it, has changed forever. Masks and physical distancing are and will be part and parcel of everyday life.
The COVID-19 novel coronavirus has fundamentally changed the way that many people work. Data security is paramount. Shelter in place orders mean that more people than ever are now working from home.
While we salute the sacrifices of frontline healthcare workers during this pandemic, we can’t really do anything more than to keep ourselves safe. However, with the upcoming ER Pandemic Simulator PC video game, you can put yourself in the frontline to fight a pandemic. Here’s the gist of the game:
This global pandemic has forced many activities to be canceled. In light of social distancing, Japanese funeral company Yamagata Funeral Company/Hakuzensha is highlighting its “online grave visit” service.
Last month, one man in China went viral for a baby carrier pod he created to bring his baby around during the pandemic. Inspired by the Hideo Kojima’s video game, Death Stranding, Cao Junjie built a baby carrier pod that has an air purification system to feed purified air to the baby in a modified […]
Twinkies. It is intentionally bite size, or almost bite size, so that you can have it even if you are trucking down Route 66. It’s any road warrior’s salvation when hunger strikes in the most unexpected place: nowhere.
Talk about robots taking over our jobs… now even milk tea aka boba tea is not spared from robotic takeover. China’s vending machine specialist, Guangzhou Aiwan Network Technology aka iPlaysmart, is now selling Robotic Arm Smart Milk Tea Vending Machine. It is a robot, alright, albeit not the kind we may have imagined.
Simulator used to be just about flying and driving, and the associated hardware. But now, it covers all manner of occupations, from becoming a pandemic doctor to mortuary assistant to burglar and drug dealer to even a man-eating shark. If all those occupations do not appeal to you, perhaps a less horrifying and law-abiding (and […]
This is KITE designed by Hong Kong-based Ponti Design Studio. No, it is not an actual kite, kite. The name was inspired by a migratory bird called black kite that stops by Hong Kong during winter.
Well, this is an unexpected and hopeful development in the fight against coronavirus. MIT researchers have found that coughing could be used to determine if a person have contracted the virus.