Famous American scientist Harold Eugene Edgerton, student and teacher at the Massachussetts Institute of Technology (MIT) his behind the creation of the high speed photography , in the 1930’s, that allows today to stop the action through the stroboscopic process.
Dot : this is the very evocative name of the first smartwatch in braille. Eric Kim, CEO of the company , wanted to allow blind people to use this kind of technology, after noticing that the majority excluded them naturally.
It seems like everything is getting smarter these days, including clothing. The wearable technology trend started in with the sports industry, but it’s expanded well beyond training facilities.
Maria Novozhilova designed theAll Around Lamp, a geometric floor lamp that doesn’t have a top or bottom. The tetrahedron-shaped lamp use LED technology to create a warm ambiance.
With Heng Balance Lamp , Li Zanwen gave life to a design lamp that is both uncluttered and elegant. Simple outlines (squared, round or oval) thus circle a design switch which confers the impression of being in levitation once turned on.
The industry of e-learning is growing and developing rapidly. We are currently living in the most exciting of times, when talking about technology and the areas in which modern society applies it.
Light is a technologic firm based in California, that has as belief to make the high definition photography more transportable. By developing the L16 , designers managed to create the first camera with 16 lenses, which 10 works simultaneously with a different point of view.
The argument on our dependency/affinity with technology can go either way but one can’t deny that photographer Jeremy Dennis captures a significant phenomenon that has come along in recent years.
Sophie Kahn is a sculptor that combines digital and analog technology such as 3-d laser printing and ancient bronze casting to create stunning, fragmented figures.
Behnaz Farahi is an architect and design passionate by the potential of interactions between a subject and his environment. Her work is focused on the implementation of new technologies in the field of art and architecture.
For this year’s edition, the Beijing Design Week revealed Vulcan : the world’s biggest pavilion built thanks to a 3D printer. Laboratory for Creative Design (LCD) is the author of this technological jewels, located at the center of Parkview Green.
Gamified is a series by French creative Tom Le French , whose we already have talked about . He wanted to create a link between the digital world and the real world.
Focus on the inspiring spot of Syrine Boulanouar, to present the new watch G-Shock in indestructible steel and in resin : the G-Steel . The film shows a lifestyle without any limits, which pushes the young urbans to be constantly active, by being accompanied by a watch almost indestructible thanks to its solid and elegant structure « Layered Guard » made to resist to daily impacts.
Designed by Bruce Shapiro , The Sisyphus Table is Kinetic art, technology and design merged in stunning meditative beauty. Take a look at the complete story below.