Tag Archives: Interdisciplinary Design

Another Innovative Wind Application

NY Times – Turbine-Free Wind Power from Antfood on Vimeo. We think that there is a lot of potential for this combination of wind and piezoelectrics for public art installations. More about Professor Francis Moon’s Vibro-Wind Research Team can be … Continue reading

READ Renewable Energy Art & Design

We are very pleased to announce the official launch of our online energy literacy project, READ. READ intersects art, science and technology with the objective of educating a broad audience about the concept of aesthetic clean energy generation. Please explore … Continue reading

Total Surface Area Required to Fuel the World With Solar

click for larger image download high resolution PDF Note in 2015: this post is from 2009. Some of the links below may be broken. The IEA has updated estimates since 2009, but the overall trends are the same. We hope … Continue reading

Wind Dam

Thanks to Pruned for doing a post on LAGI. What is really great is that the post ends with a suggestion for a work of energy-creating land art that would channel wind into man made canyons which have wind dams … Continue reading

Solar Ivy

We would love to be able to create an entire orchard from the amazing solar ivy PV cells by SMIT. They combine solar generation with piezoelectric generators that create additional energy from the movement of the leaves in the wind: … Continue reading

Breathing Earth

As I was browsing around all of the links that we have now set up here, I stumbled across this gem on the infranetlab site: click on the image to visit the site It is based on statistics for birth … Continue reading