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Dutch design studios BCXSY and Atelier Robotiq have collaborated to create a lamp with a disorderly pattern that is meant to suggest that it was made by a robot with a mind of its own. Read more
after the gavel fell on the painting, an anonymous attendee hit a radio-controlled device that dropped the piece through a concealed shredder. The post banksy reveals how he created £1million artwork to shred itself after auction appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
An abstract chess set made from recycled materials and a set of blue-powder-coated tableware are two of the five objects commissioned by the Ace Hotel for the fourth edition of Ready Made Go. Read more
In this GDC 2013 session, Blizzard Entertainment's Julian Love discusses the implementation of visual effects in Blizzard's Diablo franchise. ...
In August 2017, astronomers were treated to one of the most spectacular stellar light shows ever seen – a collision between two neutron stars. The smashup was so powerful it sent gravitational ripples through the very fabric of spacetime, and produced flares in visible light, radio waves, x-rays and a gamma ray burst. Now that things have quietened down, astronomers have studied the strang
dubbed 'spyce', the kitchen is kitted out with autonomous woks that can prepare meals in under three minutes. The post rotating robot chefs power this restaurant created by MIT engineers appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Google has announced that it is experimenting with light field technology to improve its virtual reality content. The company detailed the work in a recent blog post, explaining that it has modified a GoPro Odyssey Jump camera so that it features 16 cameras mounted along a vertical arc, which is itself mounted to a 360-degree rotating platform.According to Google, light field technology is one po
In this 2017 GDC talk, Ubisoft's Roxanne Blouin-Payer shows how the team approached emergent AI in order to populate Watch Dogs 2 with reactive characters. ...
"To bring the scene to life, we'd need nice-looking water, which wouldn't be convincing if it didn't react to the motion of the characters and surrounding geometry." ...
the technology reduces the amount of energy consumed as a result of performing actions by 17.4 percent in wearers.The post personalised robot exosuits created by harvard researchers signal future of wearable technology appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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