What will the world look like in 2050? Where will advancements in science, technology, engineering, and math lead us? Host Chuck Pell, artist, entrepreneur, and futurist , takes viewers on a mind bending journey in search of these answers.
Sound - you don’t think much about it, but futurists and entrepreneurs do. Host Chuck Pell catches up with two college-age inventors who’ve created a fire extinguisher that puts out fires---with sound waves. Also witness a sound cloaking device!
High tech is revolutionizing the way kids learn AND the way teachers teach. Host Chuck Pell gets deep in the ‘sandbox of the future’---and 3D topographical sandbox that allows young students to test earth science theories with their own hands in real time
Humans have always used their best technology to save lives, and new tech---and even some OLD tech---is now being employed by doctors the world over. Meet a designer who uses old car parts to help 3rd world doctors keep babies from getting juandice. Doctors and botanists have come together to GROW medicine. Host Chuck Pell visits a lab where vaccines are developed inside of plants and then processed into pills--a development that could save millions of lives in the developing world.
Green technology is radically changing the way people get around. Host Chuck Pell will take to the road in a hybrid between a solar powered car and an old fashioned tricycle-- that has no carbon footprint.
If you want to see some of the world’s most famous treasures you often have to travel thousands of miles. Now, as host Chuck Pell saw for himself, high tech is bringing fossils, artwork and historical artifacts to classrooms around the world.
A metal stronger than a speeding bullet, a robot that helps you with your bags at your hotel, a bike helmet helps urban planners map out future cities, and the mirror of the future has a memory.
Host Chuck Pell visits engineers who are adapting the air bags used in cars, to personal use, with the intent of eliminating severe injuries, such as broken hips. Drones are being used to deliver medicine not only across town---but across your living room. And virtual reality is giving doctors a new view of the human body.