A weekly round-up of innovation, social impact, and design news from around the web.   1. Cheaper Solar Energy IBM is developing new massive solar panels that will make solar energy easier to harness and cheaper for consumers to use. They will concentrate’s the sun energy by up to 2,000 times.   2. Sony’s Project Morpheus. Sony has officially announced Project Morpheus, a new virtual reality initiative aimed at making a VR headset for the PS4. Will this make video games more interactive?     3. 3D Printing for Cars
EDAG, a German engineering company, revealed the Genesis at the Geneva Motor Show. Would you drive a 3D printed car?

4. Android Wear from Google

Google has announced plans to release Android Wear, a project that will bring their operating system to wearable devices like watches. Would you wear Google?

5. Personalized Cancer Treatments

Watson is an intelligent program from IBM that will now help create personalized cancer treatments based on each tumor’s genetic code. This task is daunting, but definitely could not be done by just one human.

6. Denver Development Projects

Currently, there are 27 development projects underway in Downtown Denver. This interactive map shows all of them.

7. Smart Thermostats

Aros is a new smart thermostat and air conditioner that can learn how you like your house heated and will find ways to help you save money.

8. Luxury Electric Cars…for Kids

The Broon is a new electric car for kids that is intended to teach kids about electric energy and proper car handling. Would you let your kids drive in one?

9. Early Bird Tickets on Sale for June 2014’s TEDxMileHigh: Emergence

Early bird ticketing for TEDxMileHigh: Emergence begins today and ends April 1st. The event is scheduled for June 14th at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House. For more information and ticketing, click here.