I love art that plays tricks on my eyes, making me see something that isn’t there but is. The upcycled ‘Rising Moon’installation created for last month’s Mid-Autumn Festival in Hong Kong is just such a piece of art. Created by … Read More
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Earlier this year, EarthTechling reported on a breakthrough in the LED lighting industry. The Cree LED burst onto the scene with a long-lasting, energy-efficient option available for just under $10, a barrier that no competitor had been able to break.… Read More
The new National Renewable Energy Laboratory report on solar soft costs really brought home the absurdity of the permitting, inspection and interconnection (PII) problem that U.S. solar power is facing. True, there are plenty of reasons Germany has way more… Read More
Thanks to the increasing affordability of the solar panel, we often talk about the energy-generating potential of rooftops. Just imagine if every roof was a miniature power plant, turning sunlight into clean electricity? There’s no reason to stop at rooftops,… Read More
The television has come a long way since tubes, three channels, and black and white pictures. Now we’ve got massive flat screens that weigh just a few pounds, using a fraction of the energy to blast high resolution images into… Read More
A flashlight is essential during a power outage, but since no one ever expects the power to go out, flashlights are rarely up to the task. Dead batteries or simply forgetting where you’ve even stored the flashlight mean extra time… Read More
Music is the universal human language. While music can always be counted on to bring us together, weapons will always drive us apart. Though they seem to be polar opposites, Mexican artist Pedro Reyes has found a way to combine… Read More