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It's often tempting to think that if Apple had its way, iPhone users would be replacing their phones every year. As it is, there are a lot of traded-in iPhones that need recycling – and that's where the company's new Daisy robot comes in... Continue Reading Apple's new recycling robot takes apart 200 iPhones an hour Category: Robotics Tags: Apple iPhone Recyc
Bounding up numerous flights of stairs when the elevator is out is punishing enough for our legs and lungs, but imagine having to do so while carrying heavy equipment needed to extinguish a blazing high-rise fire. Such a scenario has prompted specialist vehicle manufacturer Trigen Automotive to work with Singapore's Civil Defence Force to develop Auberon, a purely mechanical exoskeleton de
a vault of uniquely crafted scales fill an entire room combined with mirrors to create a kaleidoscope effect. The post MVRDV takes you inside a bejewelled bulgari bracelet with immersive installation at milan design week appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Past awardees of eVolo's annual skyscraper competition have included concepts that reimagine New York's Central Park contained within massive wall structures, and self-contained cities in the sky. And this year's instalment doesn't disappoint in terms of creative ideas, with an origami-inspired skyscraper designed to be folded up and transported to different disaster zones winning out ahea
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts hosted its annual game awards in London this evening, and the list of winners is dominated by indie devs like Ninja Theory and Giant Sparrow. ...
fribos pay close attention to the useless sounds we tune-out.The post fribo takes one technological step back and two privacy-respecting steps forward appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The people behind PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds allege that NetEase's mobile games Knives Out and Rules of Survival contain "similar visual and audio elements" to PUBG. ...
In case you missed it, yesterday Adobe released a large update to their Lightroom ecosystem, including the addition of new "Profiles." The profiles, which include what used to be known as "camera profiles," essentially act as a unified preset system. The video below from Anthony Morganti does a good job summarizing three of the biggest additions to Lightroom Classic CC in particular, which is now
Travel photographer Joe Allam is in Tokyo with the Sigma 35mm f/1.4 Art lens to capture some street photography. Allam starts during the daytime and stays out until nighttime, making good use of the very fast f/1.4 aperture of his Sigma prime lens, which he had attached to a Canon 7D Mark II. The vlog itself was filmed on a Panasonic GH5. To see more of Joe's travel photography, head over to
This CGI animation, created by art studio Prudence Cuming Associates, takes viewers on a journey across the heavily textured surface of Damien Hirst's Veil of Faith painting. Read more


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