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For our review of 2017, architecture reporter India Block has selected the top 10 advances in technology that got us excited for the future this year, including a jet-propelled flying suit, revolutionary 3D printing technology and a non-invasive skin-cancer detector.  Read more
Making charging faster and more effortless would go a long way to driving the adoption of electric vehicles, and inductive charging mats have long-promised to slide onto the scene and beneath our cars to do just that. Continental AG has today announced that it will be bringing its version of the technology along to CES next month, along with a new onboard charging system promised to give EV o
held at the university of chicago, the artistic experiment gathered thousands of viewers and was also broadcast online.The post cai guo qiang explodes colorful ‘mushroom cloud’ : a vivid reflection on the nuclear age appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The "van life" movement has been gaining momentum for years, but it seemed like 2017 really saw a variety of intriguing new vans (and van build-outs) to inspire would-be road-dwellers to get out there and live the life. The year also saw a few very compelling motorhome introductions for those looking to go bigger and farther - without losing much homestyle comfort. The best of the best includ
Texas-based QC Games is hiring a Software Engineer to be responsible for owning the implementation and support of features for games, the creation of games, and game services. ...
A robot patrolling a street in San Francisco to ward off homeless people has been removed after complaints from locals, who also knocked it over and smeared it with feces. Read more
There's nothing more frustrating than getting home from the store to find a huge dent in the side of the car and having no idea when it happened. But imagine if your car could feel pain, so to speak, and alert you when it takes damage. The US Army is funding research to make that kind of system a reality, and in future vehicles could be outfitted with a smart material that senses damage the w
National Geographic has announced the winning photos of its prestigious 2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year contest. The grand prize winner, selected from over 11,000 entries, is the photo above by Jayaprakash Joghee Bojan showing a male orangutan peering from behind a tree while crossing a river in Borneo, Indonesia.Here’s Bojan’s description of the photo, titled
The humble house plant could soon start earning its keep by lighting up a room, if new research from MIT pans out. Engineers have hacked watercress plants to make them glow for a few hours at a time, and while it's currently only about as bright as those old stars you might have stuck to your ceiling as a kid, the long-term plan is to develop plants that you could read by to reduce the need f
ineke hans developed the kunsthalle conference chair for production by gebrüder thonet wien based on both manual and digital production methods. The post ineke hans + gebrüder thonet wien develop a chair to replace ‘face and function’ philosophy appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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