A History Of Technology In Your Home
The Lifelike Architecture of Algorithmically Generated Stones
Ferrofluids are liquids which becomes strongly polarized in the presence of a magnetic field.
MIT is developing magical bags of sand that can clone any random old object you throw in there. How long until the far right claims this is heresy?
Towards New Nanoarchitectures
Medellin’s escalator of progress
Far-out renderings for Japan’s 22,370-mile-high space elevator, to be completed by 2050.
The developers behind the Tokyo Sky Tree, Japan’s soon-to-be tallest building, are planning to build a 22,370-mile high space elevator by 2050.
"Saving Food from the Fridge," a series of analog food preservation appliances by Jihyun Ryou.
The Horizontal Shower: 2012’s newest status symbol.
Concerned with the rapid pace of urbanization, Cabracega and André Gonçalves have designed a clock that uses only sound to mark the passing of time.
Valentino houses his lifework in a 10,000 sq m white-walled virtual museum.
Google wants to restore an old Victorian manor that once housed Alan Turing’s code-breaking machines during WWII. The manor itself looks strangely like the Google logo…
The SunGlacier, a giant, solar-powered metallic leaf designed to prop itself atop sand dunes in the Sahara Desert and use condensation principles to create ice.
Dazzling long exposure photographs of airplane take-off and landing patterns.