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Although most mountain bikes now feature suspension forks (and often rear shocks), road bikes are typically – but not always – still fully rigid. That said, a few devices have been created to help them soak up unwanted road vibrations. Here are a few we've seen, that each took a different approach to the task.Continue ReadingCategory: Bicycles, TransportTags: Suspension, Cycling
As ships travel the seas, an assortment of barnacles, mussels, algae and other greeblies accumulate on their hulls. This is definitely troublesome, which is why a new robot-based system has been developed as a possible solution.Continue ReadingCategory: Marine, TransportTags: Ships, Remote-Control, Robots, Cleaning
The CX-30 doesn’t just shake up Mazda’s usual nomenclature for models, but also changes how car audio integrates into the design process. While it misses a few marks in some areas, it sets a new (and high) benchmark for others.
Following protests about working conditions at well-known museums – like the Marciano Art Foundation and MoMA – Mimi Zeiger says it's time to address architecture's relationship to unfair labour practices. Read more
some mountains serve as display shelves, others become habitable cocoons for relaxing, and clouds produce soothing lighting effects. The post x+living fills tea store with smooth wooden clouds and mountains in china appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
This weekend, we have a trio of portrait retouching tutorial videos to share with you. In the videos below, you will learn how to smooth skin in Photoshop and how to process a portrait from start to finish using only Adobe Lightroom. The first two videos are focused on skin smoothing in Photoshop. The first is from Nathaniel Dodson of tutvid and focuses on how to quickly smooth skin without mak
the flowing plank structure reflects the familiar precision of dutch design.  The post EVA designs smooth energy-neutral hockey clubhouse in utrecht appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Currently, most 3D printers work by either depositing or melting building material in successive layers. Unfortunately, this results in the finished objects looking kind of chunky, as the ridges between layers are visible. A new zero-waste process, however, uses light to create smooth-edged items out of resin... Continue Reading New 3D-printing tech gets smooth results using light and resi 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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