His extravagant outfits and jaw-dropping stunts are headline news in Japan, but now larger-than-life baseball manager Tsuyoshi Shinjo has upped the theatrical ante by entering the stadium on a hover-bike.
Nina Jane Patel felt confined and under threat as the male avatars closed in, intimidating her with verbal abuse, touching her avatar against her will and photographing the incident.
Humankind's quest to develop technology is creating the kind of artificial intelligence that can transform itself into a much-needed companion, in this case “communication robots,” which have become a magnet for people as opportunities for face-to-face contact become increasingly scarce amid the
‘Plastic still has value,” said Nzambi Matee of the mountains of discarded oil drums, laundry buckets, yoghurt tubs and other trash being shredded into colourful flakes at her Nairobi factory.
For many people the name “Phare” brings to mind visions of the renowned circus in Siem Reap with its incredible performances that are a mixture of circus arts, narrative story-telling, dance and more.
Sneakers made from banana or pineapple leaves, dresses from nettles or fish scales – the search for sustainable materials has taken the fashion industry to some wild places.
The petals of various flowers in red, yellow and pink hover suspended in translucent plastic moulded into various shapes to make key chains, necklaces and combs with a fresh look and design brought to you by Afina – a Cambodian woman who was brought up in Malaysia.
Phone makers and telecoms firms unveiled a series of gadgets and innovations at one of the industry’s biggest get-togethers this week in Barcelona.
In the age of Covid, Jordanian mechanical engineer Saliba Taimeh pondered how to deal with one contaminated everyday surface: the handrails of escalators in shopping malls and transport hubs.
The “snap!” of a shutting phone is the nostalgic sound resonating from the giant stands of Samsung, Oppo and Huawei at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona this week.