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The home office has proven to be nothing like working in a game development studio. Here are some stories of how developers are dealing with working from home. ...
Designer Stephen Burks discusses the lack of diversity in the design industry and explains how his early experiences with European brands led him to work with artisans in the developing world in our latest VDF x Friedman Benda talk. Read more
Scientists in the UK have tapped 25 years worth of Census data to track the habits and health outcomes of hundreds of thousands of commuters, finding an association between those who avoid daily car travel and a lower risk of early death. Cycling, walking or catching the train to work was linked to reductions in the risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease, with the authors joining a chorus of e
While many game development studios have had to suddenly adapt to life as a work-from-home workplace, two former Respawn devs are setting up a new studio with remote work at its core. ...
creatives and makers — regardless of place, position, prestige, religion, nationality, or gender —are invited to communicate their work to a huge, international audience. The post designboom readers: publish your work, promote your project, and share your vision! appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
A documentary film maker from Utah has designed and built a series of battery holder magazines that he says help to solve the problem of knowing which batteries are fresh and which are depleted. The 3D printed magazines hold three or four batteries from common cameras and allow the batteries to be inserted contacts up for dead batteries and down for fresh ones.Tim Irwin, who is printing the magaz
It's now clear that remote work under the threat of COVID-19 isn't the same your average work-from-home process. ...
the 'chaise renversée' by pierre-louis gerlier is a desk for those who do not wish to have a desk. The post pierre-louis gerlier combines work desk + long chair in ‘chaise renversée’ appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Although many aspects of the automobile manufacturing process are now automated, the inspection of welds is still typically performed by humans. A new robotic system, being developed in Germany, should make the checking of those welds easier and more accurate than ever before.Continue ReadingCategory: Robotics, TechnologyTags: Fraunhofer, Welding
Our friends over at Lensrentals has created a survey to help determine what kind of impact the COVID-19 pandemic is having on the livelihood of professional photographers in the USA and to better learn how Lensrentals can assist the photography community.We’re pleased to support Lensrentals in their effort to gather this information and if you’re a professional photographer, below is a link where 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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