Sleep in VR and promising clean energy projects
People are gathering in virtual spaces to relax and even sleep with headphones on. VR bedrooms are becoming popular among people with insomnia or loneliness, providing cozy spaces where strangers can safely find relaxation and company—most of the time. time.
Each VR bedroom is made to create calm. Some simulate beaches and campsites with bonfires, while others recreate hotel rooms or cabins. Tracks vary from relaxing rhythms to nature sounds to absolute silence, while lighting can range from neon disco bulbs to pitch-black darkness.
The opportunity to sleep in groups can be especially appealing to isolated or lonely people who want to feel less alone and secure enough to fall asleep. The point is, what if the experience doesn’t make you feel that way? Read full story.
Inside the conference where researchers are solving puzzles about clean energy
There are many tried and true solutions that can start to tackle climate change right now: wind and solar power are being deployed on a large scale, electric vehicles are going mainstream. mainstream and new technologies are helping companies produce both fossil fuels. produce less pollution.
But as we eliminate the easy wins on climate, we will also need to get creative to tackle the more difficult areas and achieve net-zero emissions.