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"Captain Spirit lets us prepare ourselves to completely launch a new game," says Dontnod's Raoul Barbet. "It allows us to train ourselves to design with those new ways of thinking and interaction." ...
Here on Earth, 80 years of advertising has told us that diamonds are special, but our shiny stones have nothing on the weird and wonderful forms seen out in space. Diamonds in meteorites tell the tale of long-lost worlds, it might actually rain diamonds on planets like Uranus and Neptune, and there's even the chance of huge, planet-sized diamonds floating around out there. Now, astronomers
When is it appropriate to tackle real-world issues in games? How can game designers do so effectively, and respectfully? ...
Astronomers using the Keck Observatory have detected some strange objects at the center of the Milky Way galaxy. At a glance they look like ordinary clouds of gas, but they seem to have a more solid core that keeps them together. The truth may lie somewhere in-between. These G-objects, as they're known, seem to be stars hiding under puffy shrouds of dust... Continue Reading Astronomers det
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
Waiting for water to boil is a minor inconvenience that we've all experienced, but maybe we're just using the wrong tools. Instead of a teapot, next time try the world's most powerful x-ray laser, which has now been used to boil water to 100,000° C (180,000° F) in 75 millionths of a billionth of a second – turning it into a new, plasma-like state of matter in the process... Continue Readin
the home-inside-a-home creates a sort of internal courtyard, which even includes a tiny car park.  The post the 32.4° house in japan started with a strange design challenge appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
this apartment, built into the framework of a crane, allows for a unique perspective of amsterdam's port.The post strange luxury, inside a hotel suite that’s actually a dockyard crane appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
A new project called Prosthetic Photographer involves a very real gadget designed to zap humans into taking better images. The system was created by artist and designer Peter Buczkowski, and it works with both DSLR and mirrorless cameras. Using artificial intelligence, the device constantly scans for 'ideal' scenes and uses mild electric shocks to force/train the photographer to capture them."The
The rise of the internet and byproducts like Kickstarter has facilitated a spread of ideas like never before, some fun, some world-changing and a whole lot that can only be described as weird. The realm of transport is a particularly good place to see oddball creations in action, and while the seven presented here might not be the most effective in getting you where you need to go, they would


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