At the VRLA expo, it was clear that virtual reality hasn't yet lived up to the futurist hype surrounding it, but it still has the power to literally transport us.
Murray Ballard has documented everyone from amateur cryonicists in the UK to America's "father of cryonics."
"As a mom you just hope your baby won't end up in the gutter, hooked on alcohol and drugs. Well, at least you're not in the gutter, are you?"
'Darknet' opens this week at London's Southwark Playhouse. Playwright Rose Lewenstein and director Russell Bender discuss their creative process.
The father of Futurism, Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, hated pasta but was a big believer in raw sausages marinating in coffee and eau de cologne.
We talked to some experts who explained why that's a good thing.
Listen up, dudes, we need to stop talking and start doing.
Spoiler alert: Here's a month-by-month guide to what will happen next year.
Maybe humanity will get its shit together, maybe it won't, maybe this rock we call home will keep spinning for billions of years and this year, like all other, will be essentially meaningless.
The discovery of liquid water on Mars raises the possibility that human life may have come from the Red Planet.
But can human beings be trusted to be in complete control over their emotional reality?
I went to the Black Country Living Museum and hated the past—until I realized I hated the present more.
People would spend $3.50 per minute for my psychic predictions, which were about as accurate as a Magic 8 Ball.
Dissecting their seminal October 1995 feature, "How to Log On the Internet."
Catalin Alexandu Duru just set the shit out of the Guinness World Record for hoverboarding.
It's now easier for us to imagine the end of the world than the end of capitalism.
We went to the Virtual Reality Los Angeles Spring Expo to find out.
We talked to them about their new philosophy book, The Age of Earthquakes, FKA Twigs, and Generation Z's perception of time.
The better the world gets, the less it needs religion—and in the Western world, at least, religion is going out with a whimper, not a bang.
The corporate term "TV Everywhere" sums up what's happening in 2015. It's like the truck carrying all the TV got jackknifed on the highway and all the TV spilled out.
Cosmetic surgeries are expensive and, when done badly, can be deadly. But in the future, we might be able to glam ourselves up with a few radio waves, nanotechnology, or even our own blood.
Until the planet explodes, melts, or drowns, humans will want to get high.
A series of essays about how the world is going to change in the next few years, from drugs to terrorism, plastic surgery to video games.
James Murphy partnered up with IBM and transformed algorithmic data generated by professional tennis matches into an ethereal soundscape punctuated by funky-ass dance tunes.