Click: Episodes

Of the Spheres: an artistic and technological tribute to Voyager 1; The cheap tablet PC designed for children; How quantum networks might offer greater security for the internet
A report from the Brighton Digital Festival explores how designers illuminate invisible technology, such as wifi; news of a virtual firework display and a 3D printed Bill Thompson
How the e-skin will connect people to machines; Tagging sharks off of Cape Cod, USA; The electric car sharing scheme that aims to bring an end to congestion in Paris
A teddy bear driven by a Raspberry Pi and flies to 39 km above an English village; A disease outbreak is spotted, and tracked via Facebook; Riding a bus in New Zealand gets smoother
Fed up with slow internet connections rural activists are embarking on community based schemes, digging ditches and laying fibre-optic cables to bring broadband to remote areas.
Microsoft launches its 4Afrika Scholarship scheme for a thousand African students; The train app to end French commuter misery; Keeping track of 3D printed objects
Following a spate of hateful and offensive tweets in the UK, Click discusses how to stop online abuse and bring perpetrators of criminal activity to justice
A report on the US ban on overseas dumping of electronic waste; Exoskeletons making light work for the French army; How Jamaica's police combat tech savvy criminals
Why our networked world has not necessarily made us all digital cosmopolitans; Refining weather forecasts in Rio de Janeiro; The NodeCopters soon to be flying near you
Click reveals how twelve day long traffic jams or arriving at foreign destinations to find all of the hotels fully booked, will be things of the past courtesy of digital technology
How farmers in remote parts of New Zealand gain wifi connectivity via hot air balloons; Autonomous robots are on the move in England; The app that helps you avoid other people
Click looks out how the developments in Google mapping and travel Apps have influenced travel and tourism. Does the ease of locating destinations and places of interest make for a richer experience for tourists?
How the Operations Centre in Rio de Janeiro switched to crisis mode during the recent disturbances in the city; A report from Frankfurt on smart networked cars of the future
How technology might have helped relieve the traffic jam in Beijing that went on for twelve days. Click reports on letting technology take the strain out of commuting
Sao Paulo, with a population of 11 million, is renowned for traffic jams that can be over 200 km. Can technology help to break the gridlock? A report from the New Cities Summit
Gareth Mitchell reports from the Venice Biennale; and hears how artists are using digital tools to make art; and illustrating the world’s technological advances through their ar.t
The BBC unveils its Perceptive Radio; how to take a 3D image without a camera; and the app that lets you text and walk without accident.
Gareth Mitchell investigates our desire to switch to auto-pilot. How close are we to letting the vehicle take all of the strain – to a future where, through clever computing, the fully automated vehicle takes over responsibility for getting the driver to his or her destination?
Ushahidi’s Juliana Rotich discusses the brick-like device that aims to keep Africa connected; the music composed by your movements; and the art of visualising deathly drones.
Lasers quicker on the drawn than 3 D printing; Brian Eno creates music and visual art in hospitals; Teju Cole champions tweets as literature.
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