American politicians have been promising to return power to the people for as long as Americans have been voting. But anyone who pays attention knows that the average citizen has very little voice in Washington. Now a new startup that uses an Internet-sourced, social-media-inspired, American Idol-esque approach could be the change we can really believe in.
Popular Science's "Future Of" on the Science channel gives viewers a weekly glimpse into the future of combat, adventure, superhumans and more. Tonight, the show takes things inside the homes, kitchens and cars of our future selves in the "Future Of: Habitat"
Don't forget to join our man Baratunde on the Science Channel tonight for the second episode of PopSci's Future Of, where tonight, the topic at hand is the future of play. Host Baratunde Thurston will take us on a tour of the latest in motion-controlled video games, smart sporting equipment, alternate reality games much more!
Don't forget to tune in to the premiere of our new show on the Science Channel, PopSci's Future Of. Tonight the topic is Superhumans, and host Baratunde Thurston will guide us through the amazing work being done in body-enhancement tech, from prosthetic limbs better than biological ones, a powder regrows missing body parts, and a bionic eye that turns your world into a computer screen.