• Cool Tech

    Explore some amazing and cool technology in the world! 

     Mars Scenes Using NASA/HiRISE Data

    Planet Mars Scenes Rendered from Data

    Scenes of the surface of the planet Mars created through computer graphics software using data from rovers, orbiters, and more. Learn more about the process by Kevin Gill on this web page. These are beautiful! Very cool!

    Glogal Jukebox

    The Global Jukebox

    Navigate the map to find traditional music from places all around the world. Click on a circle to view the regional genres and then click on a circle / web to listen to a sample. Way cool!

    Every Noise at Once

    Every Noise at Once

    This page gives samples of over 1500 genres of music! Just click on one and listen to a sample. Then, click on the >> to view the artists in the genre or search for an artist at the top. From the site: "This is an ongoing attempt at an algorithmically-generated, readability-adjusted scatter-plot of the musical genre-space, based on data tracked and analyzed for 1537 genres by Spotify."

     360 degree videos

    Google Art and Culture - 360 Degree Videos

    These videos let you experience musical performances, museum visits, and parks in virtual reality through a new type of technology that allows YouTube videos to be viewed in 3D! Just click on the video and then click and drag the video. Or, if you're using a mobile device, just move the device around! Very cool!

    Atlast Robot Backflips

    Atlast the Robot by Boston Dynamics Jumps and Backflips

    Amazing new robot created by Boston Dynamics is able to jump and do backflips, keeping its balance. Amazing!

    Google Experiments

    Google Experiments

    From their website: "Since 2009, coders have created thousands of amazing experiments using Chrome, Android, AI, WebVR, AR and more. We're showcasing projects here, along with helpful tools and resources, to inspire others to create new experiments. Here are collections of experiments to explore, with new ones added every week. Have fun." Some good web-based ones: Polygon Shredder, Colorful Fluid, Song Maker, Road Trip, Biomes, and Space Music. Others you want to add? Send me an email!