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Photographers know that in this industry, technology, tastes, and trends change on a near-daily basis. This means a constant evolution in the way they work, create, and run their businesses. Zenfolio moderated a lively discussion between 6 industry powerhouses to discuss the changes they see coming, and how they manage to find financial, personal, and business success in a volatile creative field
Drone promise to cut a lot of corners when it comes to delivering items, but that may prove particularly important when it comes to providing urgent medical attention. We are seeing this play out in Africa with the airborne delivery of blood samples, and another example involves treatment of heart attacks. Startup Flirtey is working on a system where defibrillators are carried by drone direct
researchers from ETH zürich successfully build a prototype of an ultra-thin, curved concrete roof using innovative digital design and fabrication methods.The post ETH zürich crafts ultra-thin curved concrete roof appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Breaking ice sheets, evaporating lakes and other phenomena relating to Earth's changing climate have influenced the patterns of these rugs by Brooklyn artist Fernando Mastrangelo. Read more
The most intense laser in the world will soon become twice as intense, thanks to a US$2 million upgrade from the National Science Foundation. The Hercules laser at the University of Michigan currently fires a beam with the power of 300 terawatts (TW), but by replacing certain outdated components that could be bumped up to a possible 1,000 TW. With that kind of power, the laser could lead to a
through their specific placement, the two cabins not only resolve functional requirements, but also establish a new recreational space between them.The post beta.0’s madrid tennis school buildings are designed to disappear into the landscape appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
"I thought, what if your character's head is an item that you can pick up and use for stuff? And that naturally became having different kinds of heads, and obviously, they would give you different abilities." ...
There was a tinge of sadness about this year's MotorClassica Show in Melbourne. MotorClassica is to Australia as Retromobile is to France and Techno Classica is to Germany, being the celebration of a 120 year-old automotive culture. The well curated annual event ran from October 13-15, 2017 and provided a wonderful perspective through which to view the passing of an industry dear to Australia
the lifestyle brand looks at Japanese mobility culture and reinterprets the possibility of Japanese original products, transforming them using modern technology with the context of minimalism in mind.The post ONFAdd creates products inspired by traditional japanese mobility designs appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The 1920s bungalows and 1950s modernist buildings found across Los Angeles influenced locally based Martin Fenlon Architecture when designing this house for one of the city's conservation areas. Read more

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