Rather than spending hours of your time waiting in line to get your so awaited Non-Fat Frappuccino With Extra Whipped Cream And Chocolate Sauce, or going to a local grocery store after you forgot to buy some potatoes, the future if probably going to bring the food to you instead.

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When most people think about the future of last-mile delivery, they think of drones. They are said to be fast, precise and won’t interact with human traffic. But while all that is true, most experts don’t believe in a future full of flying drone delivering and transportation.

[…] how to make a flying car that’s super safe and quiet? — Elon…

A future trillion-dollar market monopoly that will change the way of travel, life, and order.


the Future of Urban Transportation

When we talk about the future of travel, people often think of flying cars, rockets that transport the top 1% from Shanghai to New York in 39 minutes, or trains. Some might even think of hyper-loop, a concept that is supposed to send people at supersonic speeds on inter-city trips, leaving air-plains behind. But while flying cars, for example, seem extremely exciting and cold, they are unrealistic to become the new standard, as long as we cannot control gravity. We cannot stop the noise those copters will produce, the potential that one of those flying bases is hitting people, or the influence of weather, making flying impossible. …

Intuitive App-design that we all take for granted.

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Last week, it got the chance to listen to one of the greatest innovators of our time. He changed the way how we communicate and interact with everything in the world. He helped to develop a system that now, more than 1.5 billion people use. He build iOS. He also founded Nest and understood from the first moment that minimalism and simplicity are key. His name is Matt Rogers.

Now, iOS might not seem huge. Nothing you could compare to the Space Race or the car’s innovation, or what Newton or Tesla did. However, let me prove you wrong! We all use devices daily. Everybody must understand the actions they have to take; therefore, developers must create systems that seem as intuitive to the user as possible. …

Our society, if we started working together, instead of fighting each other politically, economically, or literally.

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February 23rd, 2018 by Twitter user @bhrisgreen


Did you know that NASA Got 22 Billion dollars last year? I mean, that’s too much, isn’t it? That’s at least what every forth American citizen complains about. …

How Modern Devices and Social Contacts Destroy our Curiosity and Creativity.

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Since the beginning of the human race, people have tried to blend themselves. It’s in our nature, to avoid boredom. We invented time-consuming disruptions like games, poetry, or comedy, as well as the idea of numbing or “expanding “our mental capacity by taking drugs whatsoever. Even our brains blend themselves by fantasizing overnight.

All those actions follow the same principals; to distract from reality. And that’s completely ok.


Henri Klein

17 years old UI Designer and Developer interested in artificial intelligence and space exploration.

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