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If you’re like me, you probably take for granted the complex quantum computer that is your brain. And when you... Continue Reading The post Why Staying Curious Is So Important for Creativity appeared first on Copyblogger.
French photographer Mathieu Stern has been featured here on Imaging Resource many times for his proclivity for adapting rare and unusual lenses to his Sony mirrorless cameras. Today’s adapted “lens” may be the strangest one he’s ever used, ice. For the last two years, Stern has had the idea in his head to use ice instead of glass as a camera lens. After all, if glass cou
Earlier this year, we saw a very different type of Porsche – a rugged, 600-hp, all-wheel drive, all-road adventure wagon capable of kicking up dust under purely electric motor power. Now that concept is becoming a reality. Porsche will build a production Mission E Cross Turismo as the second vehicle in its fast-growing electric car lineup, which is expected to account for half its deliveri
researchers found microplastics in stool samples of people from eight countries suggesting the tiny particles may be widespread in the human food chain. The post scientists have discovered hundreds of microplastics in human poo appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
In the video below, we join photographer Adam Gibbs and six other photographers on a trek through Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rockies. Gibbs and others worked their way to Tonquin Valley for some landscape photography and the scenery and resulting images are spectacular. While leading the workshop, Gibbs had plenty of opportunities for photography on the 23-kilometer hike into their en
Lexar has announced a new flash drive that features a fingerprint reader to protect its content from unauthorised access. The JumpDrive Fingerprint F35 can record up to ten fingerprints to allow it to be shared between users, and it comes with the fingerprint software already loaded.Lexar claims recognising a user’s fingerprint takes less than a second, and the drives have read speeds of up to 15
From the 7X7 grid of Corrypt and the 6X6 of 868-HACK, Michael Brough's play spaces have continually shrunk. His game Imbrogliois even more constrained: a 4X4 grid. Constraints can be freeing. ...
From animals and entire ecosystems, to building materials and beer recipes, scientists have long drawn on the past for inspiration for new breakthroughs. Now, researchers at the University of Queensland have looked to the past to help with the future of biochemistry, resurrecting enzymes from almost half a billion years ago to fill in where current ones can't... Continue Reading Ancient en
the proposal suggests new building technology considering financial, social, and environmental concerns. The post prefabricated plugin house creates temporary public spaces in harvard and boston city hall appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
WeWork has added to its roster of London locations by setting up a shared working space inside James Stirling's renowned No 1 Poultry building, one of the UK's most significant postmodern buildings. Read more 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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