Archive for the ‘Tech’ Category

Tangible Interactive is a design house that creates full-on sensory experiences people can interact with in the everyday physical world. For the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games  Tangible worked in collaboration with Cause and Affect on this origami light chandelier for the Vancouver House.

Nikola Tesla was a Serbian inventor, mechanical engineer, and electrical engineer, who was an important contributor to the birth of commercial electricity. He is best known for his many revolutionary developments in the field of electromagnetism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. You’ve heard of the Tesla coil haven’t you?  He invented it in 1891. This video ‘The [...]

A Swarovski Crystal covered Macbook, for the Mac geek who has everything was unveiled at the 2010 Mac User Conference at the Trading Convention Center in Seoul, Korea on July 10th. The laptop was presented by member Nam, Jung-Gwanhis at the Mac Accessories Contest. After the trade show he jumped into his Swarovski Crystal blinged-out [...]

A few years ago while digging into my dark purse, I thought “Wouldn’t it be great if purses had a light inside so one could see what they were looking for?” Well, you know the Field of Dreams quote…”If you build it, they will come”. How about “If you think it, it will be built.” [...]

We’ve come so far! However not much has changed by way of fax. Check out the top gadgets of the 1980′s. via infographics

An exhibition titled ‘Skin Lab’ (at Wellcome Collection U.K.) draws attention to recent cutting-edge research and technological developments in skin science from the mid-20th century onwards. Concentrating on advances and innovations within the realms of plastic surgery, artificial skin and regenerative medicine, Skin Lab provides an opportunity for extended enquiry into the science and physiology [...]

From Researchers Peter Barnum Srinivasa Narasimhan, and Takeo Kanade at Carnegie Mellon University comes this waterfall display which synchronizes droplets of water that projects images onto a series of water screens, one behind the other, to give depth to the image. Each screen is formed by water droplets falling from 50 stainless-steel needles. The needles [...]


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