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Virtual reality is great at immersing us in gigantic worlds that seem to go on forever – until you take three steps and bump into the living room wall that you forgot was there. Now, computer scientists have developed a system that can trick you into walking around in circles in the real world, while thinking you're moving longer distances in the virtual world... Continue Reading Eye-track
the clips show its humanoid robot breaking a sweat and its four-legged bot taking itself for a walk. The post boston dynamics’ robots are running and walking all by themselves appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
You probably know him best as the straight-faced, beret-topped half of the Mythbusters duo, but Jamie Hyneman has been very busy since the show ended last year. Leading a team of engineers and designers, he's now concocted a prototype that sounds like something you'd see in an ACME catalog: electric shoes. Ahead of the launch of a crowdfunding campaign for the project, New Atlas spoke to Hyne
Pixentu is a new wearable photography jacket that’s designed to allow photographers to leave their camera bags at home — it’s essentially a wearable camera bag.Coming in three different styles (street, outdoor, or a neat travel blazer), this jacket has an answer for different types of photographers.Street photographer jacketOutdoor photographer jacketTravel photography blazerThe
The field of nanotechnology is still in its nascent stages, but recent innovations are increasingly making this science fiction world of tiny robots into a reality. New breakthrough research from a team at Caltech has demonstrated the ability of a robot made of a single strand of DNA to explore a molecular surface, pick up targeted molecules, and move them to another designated location...Con
featuring a mirrored-cube, ‘walking on water’ adds another layer to the ocean, creating an illusion of a human figure moving on top of it.The post new york sunshine’s walking on water installation doubles as photographic set appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the device proposes a range of design innovations to improve comfort and handling whilst promoting a contemporary aesthetic and manufacturing technique.The post shiro studio’s 3D printed ‘enea walking stick’ reinterprets medical design language appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Shiro Studio has worked with engineering firm Arup to create a 3D-printed walking stick that its hope users will be proud to use, rather than embarrassed. Read more


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