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Tate Modern's retrospective of weaver and Bauhaus teacher Anni Albers celebrates the broad range of her work. Curator Briony Fer picks five exhibits that best demonstrate her radical methods. Read more
Most of the time drone pilots steer using video game-style controllers, or just virtual thumbpads and buttons on a phone screen. But helicopters and planes are steered by joystick-like controllers, so why aren't drones? Fluidity Technologies is working on just such a controller, with the FT Aviator now on Kickstarter... Continue Reading Former NASA astronaut debuts joystick drone controlle
the objective was 'to let ourselves be guided and inspired by the terrain’s characteristics', explain appareil architecture. The post two steel black cabins form striking quebec chalet by appareil architecture appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Over the last few years, we've been keeping tabs on a cooling system developed by a team led by Professor Shanhui Fan at Stanford University that draws thermal heat from a building and beams it into space through a process called radiative cooling – all without requiring any external power source. Now the researchers have paired this technology with a solar panel, designing a system with t
Xbox chief Phil Spencer discussed how he would like to fix the Microsoft Store to make game content more discoverable and easy to find. ...
An interesting new experimental study from the University of Pennsylvania has demonstrated the first causal connection between social media use and feelings of depression and loneliness. The research claims that decreasing one's social media use can lead to significant improvements in personal well-being... Continue Reading Study finds too much social media is making us feel lonely and dep
'showerboard' is a set of hoverboards for your feet, equipped with 54wh batteries that are capable of offering a range of up to 8 km. The post showerboard shoes are mini hoverboards for your feet appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
This Quebec holiday home by Canadian architecture studio Naturehumaine comprises two blackened wood cabins, which are intended to look like they are "sliding over the cliff" below. Read more
For medical treatments to be most effective, they need to be localized exactly where they're needed, not roam free throughout body and potentially cause other problems. Researchers at Rice University have developed a new way to activate treatments only in the right places, using an inert virus, magnetic nanoparticles and the gene-editing tool CRISPR-Cas9. .. Continue Reading How moth virus
an after school 'boys and girls club' by cca in the state of mexico, to support the education of children from vulnerable areas. The post cca designs concrete structure as a safe space for mexico’s marginalized youth appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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