A Decade at Burning Man
Last week, Philip Volkers flew to Hong Kong to debut his best-selling print Dust to Dawn, a visual chronicle that delves into the whimsical world that emerges out of the sand each year in the middle of the Nevada desert.
Growing up with dyslexia, Rupert Deans never quite fit in. But his journey to engage with the world through visualisation has pushed him to create the world’s most advanced augmented reality platform, Plattar.
Hailing from Mer Island in the Torres Straits off the tip of Australia, chef Nornie Bero wants to open the world’s eyes to her indigenous cuisine – broadening both our palettes and understanding of her culture as she does it.
With the world population projected to hit 9.8 billion in 2050, Australian agtech firm Beanstalk is tackling a globally pressing issue, driving innovation across the Asia Pacific to reinvent our future food system.
It’s not shown on TV, but every day, millions of sharks are killed for their fins. We sat down with renowned shark conservationist Dr Austin Gallagher to dive into the dark side of a shark’s life, a story hidden beneath the waves.
Australian Hugo Lamb started out his entrepreneurial career trading crayons and mice at school. Now, he’s bringing new life to disused spaces with his Melbourne-based startup The Space Agency.
Tim Kallady is a man stamping his name onto the future of Artificial Intelligence inventions. Read on as he explains how his AI-centered startup, Piccard.ai is working to enhance employees rather than replace them.