Tired of Moving Chairs Around? Nissan Built Self-Parking Ones
Japan prides itself on making nearly every aspect of everyday living more convenient through technology, but we never could have seen this one coming: self-parking chairs.
Using Indoor Smart Lights as Internet Connections
In addition to its long-standing conventional role of providing illumination to indoor environments, electric lights could also soon serve as a means for providing high-speed Internet connections...
Is This the Future of Fast Food?
When you only have a 30-minute lunch break or are in a rush, fast food can seem like a good option.
Robots Take Charge in Running Japanese Hotel
The English-speaking receptionist is a vicious-looking dinosaur and the one speaking Japanese is a female humanoid with blinking lashes.
Labor Commits to Melbourne Metro Rail Project
The Victorian government has signalled its commitment to the development of the Melbourne Metro Rail project with the allocation of as much as $300 million to...
How BIM is Enhancing Interior Design
As with other professions and industries related to the creation of built environments, Building Information Modelling (BIM) is having a transformative impact on the practice of...
New York Upgrades Its Depression-Era Subways
One of the world's most iconic cities is in the process of upgrading a subway network whose key infrastructure systems date from before the Second World War....
Five Ways Technology is Changing the Tile Industry
Both internationally and in Australia, advances in technology are driving significant changes within the tile industry, two partners of a Melbourne based tile distribution firm say.