Current Events Archives
Hawaii’s Big Island is known for many things — its rich culture, active volcanoes, black sand beaches, green rainforests, and of course year-round warm, humid, weather. ARTMS’ production technology promises to provide a reliable, cost effective, and safe supply of this critical medical isotope. Dr. Valerie Steele, director and chief curator of The Museum at FIT, has organized the exhibition in New York in collaboration with Saillard. During this event we will focus on understanding the current capabilities of different NLP offerings, how folks are using them, and successful use cases. Click on the related file below to gain access to the current events assignment. To highlight the importance of time as a primary design element in addition to type and imagery, the Creative Technology Program at FIT is dedicating its second annual exhibition to temporal design.
The discovery significantly changes current understanding of the distribution of hot atomic hydrogen …
Design & New Technology Archives
A research partnership between Western University and Bluewater Power has resulted in the development of new technology designed to put solar farms to work at night – increasing the stability of the electricity grid, preventing blackouts and allowing connection of more renewable energy such as wind projects. The new technology allows solar farms to be used to increase the stability of transmission lines, reduce line losses in long distribution feeders, stabilize critical induction motor loads in the vicinity of solar farms, and increase the ability of wind farms in the area to feed electricity into the grid at night when winds can be higher but voltage fluctuations and lack of adequate transmission capacity can be issues.
Include both the risk of adopting the new technology and the risk of not adopting it. Technology is advancing so rapidly that we will experience radical changes in society not only in our lifetimes …