Pol Trias Coca from Domestic Data Streamers will be speaking about some of their projects like “The Timekeeper”
Interviewing Paula Scher is like talking to the graphic design professor that I always wanted but never had. Here, she talks about technology in design and…
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The most successful designers will be those who can work with intangible material—code, words, and voice, says renowned designer and technologist John Maeda. Tech veteran John Maeda released his annual Design In Technology report this week.
Giphy has launched the Museum of Gif Art, a VR app where viewers can explore a digital gallery of animated artworks. The project follows on from its Loop Dreams exhibition held in New York last year, which used VR, holographic posters and large scale projections to display gif artworks.
Boston Dynamics’ wheeled Handle robot received much fanfare earlier this month when DFJ partner Steve Jurvetson slipped us an early video from a company Keynote. Today we have more details on Handle in the form of a shiny HD video.
An anonymous duo will take a vacation to the moon next year—if SpaceX can stay on schedule. Two private citizens have reportedly paid up for a lunar jaunt
The rumors were true. The Nokia 3310 is back. Courtesy of new brand owner HMD, the phone is returning with a mixture of 3310 charm and some specification upgrades
With reaction buttons, the more you click, the more sophisticated Facebook’s idea of who you are becomes
“Do you trust robots?”, “Could a robot do your job?” and “Do you believe in the death and rebirth of things?” are among the deep questions being posed to visitors at the Vitra Design Museum’s latest exhibition.
It’s quite common among designers to believe that following trends is a crucial part of their job. Being constantly up-to-date is seen as mandatory. Many designers evaluate the work of others through a prism of trends – tagging something as #old can be seen as an insult, as if not fitting the most recent style […]
The Creative Robotics exhibition showcases industrial robots outside of their natural habitat—the factory floor—and deals with them as tools of creative expression.