Finland

All robots should have googly eyes. Here’s why

https://www.fastcompany.com/90395110/how-googly-eyes-solved-one-of-todays-trickiest-ux-problems As the robots begin to infiltrate human spaces, questions remain for designers and engineers tasked with convincing people to view them as approachable and friendly. The world’s best new library for 2019 located on Helsinki Finland has robots in it. The robots were used to move books and showing customers where the fiction section

Telephone history from Tekniikan Museo

Here is some telephone history from Tekniikan museo museum located at Helsinki Finland. Here is once possibly the most common phone model used in Finland (Ericsson Dialog from 1964). Ans one very old telephone   Here is the first automatic telephone center in Finland from 1922.       Those pictures were taken few months

World’s happiest country for 2019 revealed to be Finland

https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/worlds-happiest-countries-united-nations-2019/index.html Finland has a lot to celebrate. It is the happiest country in the world for the second year in a row, according to the latest World Happiness Report. It also has a capital city bursting with gastronomic creativity, the spectacular Northern Lights and Santa Claus’s year-round home in Lapland.

Friday Art: Finnish Photographer Proves Fairy Forests Are Real In Finland

https://www.boredpanda.com/forest-animals-photography-ossi-saarinen/ Many people think of Finland as the land of cold weather and darkness. Ossi Saarinen brings delightful feelings through his photos of spectacular Finnish nature. The photos especially concentrate on the details of untouched forests covering almost three-quarters of the whole country. Finnish animals also appear to be very mysterious, fascinating and charming.

Reaktor Space Lab takes off with nanosatellite

https://www.reaktor.com/blog/reaktor-space-lab-takes-off/ At 6.28 a.m. Helsinki time today, Reaktor Space Lab launched Finland’s first commercially-built nanosatellite into space. The team had some the people who had launched Finland’s first two satellites: Aalto 1 and Aalto 2. There is also another Finnish satellite being launched hopefully in few days: http://suomi100satelliitti.fi/laukaisu_aikaisintaan_2_joulukuuta

Quantum Garden display

I saw this morning an interesting quantum demostration display at Aalto University campus in Espoo Finland. There are springs you are allowed to touch to control this display. Here is closeup of description on the display More details on the project page http://quantum.garden/ It looks like the large number of LEDs in this display could