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Artist Clement Valla Collects Uncanny Google Earth Images
"Postcards from Google Earth" is a collection of strange images by Brooklyn-based artist Clement Valla who scours Google Earth in search of ruptures in its "universal texture", the mapping method used by google to generate models of the planet's surfaces.  ...  More
Aug. 22, 2017
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Mymanu CLIK Wireless Earbuds Translate 37 Languages In Real Time
Mymanu CLIK is set to revolutionize how we communicate, allowing the wearer to interact with others in different languages, both locally and over a long distance range. With the ground-breaking ability to translate 37 languages in real-time, Mymanu CLIK helps drive collaboration and break down ...  More
Mar. 7, 2017
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FAMOUSBRICK: High-tech Icons As LEGO Minifigures
German company FamousBrick has decided to pay tribute to the great names of the digital world by creating a collection of LEGO Minifigs. The custom LEGO minifigures include the biggest names in high-tech field such as Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Steve Wozniak, Jonathan Ive, Tim Cook, Elon Musk, Phil ...  More
Mar. 5, 2017
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ALO: Star-designer Philippe Starck Reimagines The Smartphone
French designers Philippe Starck and Jerome Olivet have unveiled a radical new concept for the smartphone of the future in partnership with electronics brand Thomson. The smartphone, called Alo, shuns the usual LED-backlit touchscreen, and instead projects 3D holographic images of messages, movies, ...  More
Feb. 7, 2017
The “Toasteroid” Is A Toaster-printer That Will Draw Anything On Your Morning Toast
The app-and-toaster bundle will sear cute drawings (or passive-aggressive notes!) onto your warm bread.  More
Jan. 1, 2017
“The Pipe” Is A Solar-powered Sculpture That Could Desalinate 1.5 Billion Gallons Of Drinking Water For California
Is it public art, or is it a power station? This shimmering design for 'The Pipe', a finalist in the 2016 Land Art Generator Initiative (LAGI), is intended to blur the lines between the two.  More
Jan. 1, 2017
The “Coiling Dragon Cliff” Walkway At 4,600ft On Tianmen Mountain
The "Coiling Dragon Cliff" walkway opened on August 1 2016 at 4,600ft on Tianmen Mountain, at the Tianmenshan National Park in Zhangjiajie. It has already welcomed visitors to try out its dizzying heights for themselves. The 330ft-long path along the mountainside is just 5ft wide, giving tourists a ...  More
Jan. 1, 2017
Origami-inspired “Ori” Robotic Furniture Is A Game Changer For Tiny Apartments
MIT Media Lab "Ori" recently rolled out an innovative, novel line of robotic furniture that aims to make the most out of tiny living spaces.  More
Jan. 1, 2017
Meet Saya: The Ultra-realistic Computer-generated Japanese Schoolgirl
Although her looks indicate otherwise, Saya is not your typical Japanese schoolgirl. Her parents, Teruyuki and Yuki Ishikawa, have big dreams for their beautiful daughter. They want her to play a character in a movie they are self-producing. Where will she find the time with all her schoolwork? Not ...  More
Jan. 1, 2017
The “Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon” Glass-bridge In China, Designed By Israeli Architect “Haim Dotan”, Is The World’s Largest, Longest And Scariest
It connects two mountain cliffs in what are known as the "Avatar mountains", the film was shot here.  More
Jan. 1, 2017
The “Lowline” Is A Project To Build The World’s First Underground Park, In An Abandoned Subway Under Manhattan
The plan would create a public space with natural vegetation accomplished via sunlight piped in through high-tech tubes.  More
Jan. 1, 2017
Watch: First Tattoo In The World Achieved By An Industrial Robot
Your future robot tattooist has steady hands, but isn't great at conversation.  More
Jan. 1, 2017