The Power of Human Computing

January 7th, 2016|

The ethics and fear of artificial intelligence are frequently making headlines everywhere. However, in recent months, there has been a resurgence in the power of human computation, as well that lies in the power of large crowds.
There have been many experiments performed as to the power of human computation. Perhaps most well known is […]

The Arca Space Corp Hover Board

December 30th, 2015|

If you have been paying attention to any of the media this year, then there is a very good chance that you know 2015 was a very important year for Back To The Future. This film, made several decades ago, focused on time traveling to 2015.
Taking creative license with what they thought the future would […]

PlayStation Virtual Reality Helping NASA Space Robotics Program

December 16th, 2015|

Virtual reality is rapidly changing the landscape of the technical world. It has filmmakers looking to the future possibilities of interactive film, American Football teams training their new quarterbacks with it, and now NASA is adopting PlayStation powered VR to control robots in space.
Previously, when NASA sent robots into space they were drones, probes and […]

Printable Solar Could Bring Power to Over a Billion People

December 3rd, 2015|

Several months ago we wrote about Powering a Light With Saltwater as an example of the humanitarian capabilities of innovative, renewable energy. Now there is a new possibility of 3D printing solar to provide power in areas that currently have none.

Kyung-In Synthetic in Korea is currently developing this new idea of providing solar in remote […]

Updating an Oldie With Technology

November 16th, 2015|

Innovation and advancements in technology are some of our favorite things here at Global Efficient Energy. It has been advancement in technology that brought us from the sun powered sun dial to the solar powered home.

It is the same spirit of innovation that will be brining Dungeons and Dragons to a virtual reality setting. […]

Win 20 Million Dollars By Converting C02

October 5th, 2015|

Carbon dioxide, at certain levels, is part of the necessary balance of the Earth’s environment. Over recent decades, the constant burning of fossil fuels has led to an increasing imbalance of pollutants in the air. This, in turn, has started the clean energy movement as a means of combating the increasing amount of emission.

This is […]

Combining Art and Sustainability

September 23rd, 2015|

Last week in our blog post Solar In the United States Continues to Pick Up Speed, we mentioned how California generates over half of the United States’ solar energy. This week we found something else that makes us ever more excited to open our office in Irvine next month: solar powered concerts.

The indie band calls […]

Data Sails The Open Sea

August 26th, 2015|

Necessity is the mother of invention.

As California continues its horrible five year drought, the need for innovation and efficiency are beginning to take center stage in order to allow things to operate. In light of this, Nautilus Data Technologies is looking to make use of the ocean in order to cool server farms.

A few […]

Project Sunroof

August 24th, 2015|

It seems that Google, like so many other companies, is taking climate change and renewable energy extremely seriously. In fact, they are beginning a new venture called Project Sunroof that will utilize their many resources in order to make solar energy more accessible.

In order to do this, Project Sunroof is attempting to take a lot […]