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Motorcycle airbag tech has come a long way since Honda first put airbags on the Goldwing. The latest generation of riding gear makes energy-absorbing torso protection more accessible and less annoying than ever before.Continue ReadingCategory: Motorcycles, TransportTags: Airbag, Motorcycle Gear, Reviews
the 2021 idea-based competition looks to reward talent and originality-are you ready to impress with your creativity? The post 2021 IE spaces for creativity competition seeks radical nursery school designs appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Sliders are here to stay, though Humble says it's likely to iterate on the feature once the Humble Bundle redesign is out the door. ...
Graphene just keeps getting weirder. Engineers at ETH Zurich have now managed to tweak the overachieving material so that some parts of a flake can be an electrical insulator while other areas act as a superconductor, just nanometers apart. The team demonstrated the breakthrough by making electronic components out of graphene.Continue ReadingCategory: Electronics, ScienceTags: Graphene, Electron
designboom speaks with the firm's founders binke lenhardt and hao dong to discuss how their backgrounds influence their projects, and the biggest challenges facing architects today. The post interview with crossboundaries: ‘architects can do so much more to influence our environment positively’ appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Scientists at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) have taken inspiration from flat-packed furniture to reimagine the way pasta is created, developing a flat form of the food that morphs into conventional shapes as it boils. By taking this approach to pasta-making, the researchers believe we could save on packaging, transportation and energy costs associated with its production, all while having it t
the vibrant office environment is at once transparent and defined by barriers. The post new office work playfully proposes a new post-COVID workspace dubbed ‘brief encounters’ appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Star Stacker, an astrophotography app available for iOS, allows users to create star trail images and timelapses on their phone, computer or tablet. Michael Webb, the developer, posted about his latest creation on Reddit's r/LandscapeAstro community. To demonstrate a final result from using the app, Webb posted the image, seen above, and explained how he achieved it in the post's comments section
EA's acquisition spree continues with its latest big buy: Super Mega Baseball developer Metalhead. ...
Dezeen promotion: the majority of employees expect to return to the office for at least four days a week post-pandemic, according to research from workplace leader Steelcase. Read more

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