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'there's waldo' is capable of identifying and pointing to waldo with a top speed of 4.45 seconds. The post AI robot instantly defeats where’s waldo using facial recognition appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Jun Takahashi's cult fashion label Undercover has released a down jacket with a hood based on an astronaut's helmet. Read more
beams couture treats ziploc plastic products as forgotten favorites in the bottom of the drawer, transforming them into luxury fashion items The post ziploc upcycles plastic into a line of wearable luxury items appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the museum has invited 20 creative people from around the world, including film makers, curators, artists and educators. The post whakatāne museum’s artist residency immerses participants in the country’s only active volcano appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
dahir insaat's concept each features six adjustable pillars that react to the urban environment, even stepping over traffic and crouching under bridges. The post dahir insaat’s public transportation system drives over traffic appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
A magazine founder, a chef and a bassist are among the diverse team that has torn down an old motel in western Massachusetts to make way for this wood-clad inn, based on "the aesthetic of a classic American motor lodge". Read more
the simple object with two benches is made of metal and wood, allowing the cook enjoy the company of friends and family while preparing the food. The post iratzoki & lizaso designs piknik, a multifunctional picnic table featuring plancha grill appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
new york-based filmmaker, romain thomassin, followed the artist during the project, documenting for the first time her inspirations, her references, her methodology. The post walalaland, a short documentary about camille walala’s mural in industry city, brooklyn appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Alphabet's Sidewalk Labs is proposing "unprecedentedly" tall timber buildings, sprawling public spaces, and heated pavements to melt snow, for the first neighbourhood in its major development on Toronto's waterfront. Read more
depicting why life here is not suited to people with claustrophobia, the journey involves squeezing through small, dark tunnels that link the different modules. The post video takes viewers through one of the longest routes on the international space station appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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