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whilst the 'temi' chair reinterprets a traditional grain harvesting tool, hiroyuki morita's 'cellastic' lounge chair enhances a mix of latex and nylon materials.The post hiroyuki morita tests elasticity of latex chair at IMM cologne 2018 appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
With GPS it's harder than ever to get lost here on Earth, but deep space is a different story. Mind-boggling distances, three-dimensional travel and a lack of obvious landmarks all complicate spacecraft navigation. Pulsars have been proposed as a solution in the past, and now a NASA team has demonstrated the viability of the idea, with an experiment showing that a spacecraft can constantly an
Photographer Mathieu Stern, is known for his videos featuring old or otherwise odd lenses. His latest video is a special Christmas video featuring a trio of vintage lenses which all exhibit "crazy bokeh." It seems that "bokeh" is all the rage these days, with manufacturers and photographers alike all throwing around the latest optical buzz word. In the video below, Stern uses a Porst 50mm f/1.2 l
There is currently no single drug treatment for autism. Many doctors treat autistic patients with a variety of psychotropic drugs geared at managing their perceived antisocial symptoms, but this is reasonably controversial, especially in children. A new drug targeted at restoring an electrical signaling imbalance in the brain is showing exciting success in mice and researchers hope to move in
Does it feel like a Hasselblad X1D day here at Imaging Resource? Earlier we shared the video from Hasselblad Chief of Strategy Ming Thein and his X1D experience in Iceland. Now we have news from DxOMark, who have reviewed the X1D sensor. As a "cropped" medium format sensor, the sensor found in the X1D-50C (and Fujifilm GFX 50S) is not quite as large as a traditional 6 x 4.5 medium-format frame (
Nissan has made no secret of its autonomous vehicle ambitions, long-touting 2020 as the year its production cars would start to take the controls. Central to this is the company's ProPILOT technology, which it has just put to the test on public roads in Japan inside an Infiniti Q50 sedan. ..Continue Reading Nissan tests fully autonomous prototype on streets of TokyoCategory: AutomotiveTags:
Back in June, the world's largest plane emerged from its hangar for the first time. Reactions varied from those skeptical about the design ("what an odd bird!"), to straight-up excitement over the innovative plane ("a stunning-looking aircraft!"). Now the team has crossed another milestone by completing the first round of engine testing, continuing the groundwork needed to get the beast into
This week on Dezeen, the trust behind London's Garden Bridge announced its closure, while new fire safety test results of aluminium cladding blamed for the Grenfell Tower blaze were released. Read more
All privately operated drones in the UK will soon need to comply with new regulations, following a number of near-misses with planes in the skies over Britain. Read more
The US Navy has brought signal lamp ship-to-ship communications into the texting age. In a recent test, the guided-missile destroyer USS Stout flashed a message in fast light bursts across 250 ft (76 m) of water to the guided-missile cruiser USS Monterey tied up at a pier at Naval Station Norfolk, Virginia. It did this using a signal lamp retrofitted with the Flashing Light to Text Converter


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