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Although smartphones are equipped with all the hardware for first-person perspective filming, a few companies have been working to perfect a wearable camera that blends effortlessly into the wearer's life. Snapchat has Spectacles, and now Ubiquiti Labs has the FrontRow. With two cameras and the ability to livestream through Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, it's designed to make chronicling the
A range of factors can contribute to fatty liver disease, including excessive alcohol consumption, but a prime player is obesity. In fact, 64 million people in the US alone have so-called non-alcoholic-liver disease, according to the University of Rochester (UR). But its scientists have discovered a new potential treatment option, in the form of a drug that protected mice from one of the comp
Here's something for backyard stargazers to drool over. Gemma Observatory is a private astronomical hideaway perched atop a remote mountain in New Hampshire that combines responsive design with functional smarts to make a unique platform for exploring the night sky...Continue Reading Gemma observatory puts an architectural edge on stargazingCategory: ArchitectureTags: Astronomy
Electric power has worked its way into sedans, supercars, motorcycles and most things in between, but we're yet to see a true off-roader powered by a battery. Charge stations are hard to come by in cities, let alone deserted campsites. Undeterred by this fact, Bollinger Motors has unveiled its battery-powered truck for adventurous environmentalists. ..Continue Reading Bollinger puts electric
visitors to a pop-up park in budapest, hungary, and a shopping mall in astana, kazakhstan, can now charge their smart devices with solar energy.The post platio puts solar panels in street furniture and pedestrian walkways appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Besides talking into a shoe, the most spy-like way to take a phone call is to just stick your finger in your ear. Last year the Sgnl made that possible using a watchband, and now we've seen the idea packed into a smaller wearable device: a ring. Orii allows you to field calls by touching your ear, thanks to bone conduction technology that sends vibrations through your hand to directly stimula
We've seen lots of very large tiny houses lately and towable dwellings do seem to be getting steadily larger on the whole, but for those who prefer a tiny house that's, well, tiny, French firm Baluchon's latest model may be of interest. Named the Ostara, it measures just 6 m (19 ft)-long but packs in a surprisingly livable layout. ..Continue Reading Baluchon's Ostara puts the tiny back into t
opening on october 3, the structure will provide space for public debate, design workshops, and music and arts events. The post MPavilion 2017: OMA puts a twist on ancient amphitheaters with rotating grandstand design appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Multicopter drones are breaking through the final restriction on their movement in the air: they no longer need to hover parallel with the ground. The Voliro prototype's six props can tilt 360 degrees, allowing a staggering 12 degrees of freedom in the air. It's mesmerizing to watch...Continue Reading Tilt-rotor hexacopter puts a new twist on drone orientationCategory: DronesTags: dro
Henrik Fisker is working hard to make the ill-fated Fisker Karma a distant memory, replaced by images of his latest effort, the EMotion. The 400-mile-range (644-km), all-electric sedan is the first vehicle from his new company Fisker Inc. and it's been evolving since it was first teased last year. In a preview today, the six-figure EMotion flaunts some of the new curves and features sculpted


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