Posts tagged as: design

The Design of Parliaments Has a Funkadelic Impact on Politics

The configuration of a meeting hall affects the way a legislative body functions---or doesn't. The post The Design of Parliaments Has a Funkadelic Impact on

What Is the Ultimate HGTV Show?

While clearing off my DVR in preparation for Fall TV to start in earnest, I realized something kind of embarrassing: for someone who does not

How H.R. Giger Made Alien‘s Monster Beautiful and Terrifying

Giger is the subject of a new video essay that explores how his design background informed not only the appearance of Alien's monster, but the

RX-7, Miata, and more: A tour of Mazda’s factory museum – Roadshow

Step inside Mazda's Hiroshima factory and museum, where the company started and it makes many of its cars.

The Most Popular Color On The Internet Is…

Go on. Guess. The post The Most Popular Color On The Internet Is... appeared first on WIRED.

Inside a Strange Three-Day, Hand-Crafted Mission to Europa

Adam Savage, prop designer and Mythbuster, explores the sublime handmade brilliance (and deep space nerdery) of artist Tom Sachs. The post Inside a Strange Three-Day,

Hillary Clinton Has Pneumonia, and Health-Wise It’s No Big Deal

It's a not-serious lung infection. It set off a media frenzy and speculations about her overall health. She'll probably be fine. The post Hillary Clinton

Machine Learning Can Identify Pixelated Faces, Researchers Show

Hackers can train artificial neural networks to recognize objects, read text, and even identify faces in obfuscated images. The post Machine Learning Can Identify Pixelated

How Space Scientists Turn Exoplanets Into Places We Can ‘See’

A suns-set on Proxima b illuminates jutting rocks, rounded rocks, arcing rocks, and possibly some fog in the foreground. But that's all just imaginary. The

Tesla’s Self-Driving Software Gets a Major Update

Version 8.0 of "Autopilot" juices up the electric cars' radar to avoid crashes. The post Tesla’s Self-Driving Software Gets a Major Update appeared first on

Our Connected World and the Unseen Legacies of 9/11

Fifteen years later, much of the world we're living in is a direct result of the tragedies that morning. The post Our Connected World and

9/11 Memorials Aren’t Limited to NY and DC—They’re Everywhere

Thought the World Trade Center had the monopoly on 9/11 memorials? Think again. There are sites of remembrance across the US. The post 9/11 Memorials

Electric Bicycles Are So 2016—We Want an E-Bike Built for Two

A cross between a BMW and a fat bike, the Duovelo uses a sliding mechanism to reveal a second seat for a passenger. The post

What to Do With Your Old iPhone

Give some thought to how you can make the best use of that old device you're leaving behind. The post What to Do With Your

A Gorgeous—and Unsettling—Video of Evolution in Action

This time-lapse you see here is among the most compelling visualizations of evolution we've ever seen. It's also a little frightening. The post A Gorgeous—and

Norway Is Right to Be Pissed at Facebook Over Photo Censorship

Facebook will make mistakes. But it should at least show us why the mistakes are made. The post Norway Is Right to Be Pissed at

Photo of the Week: Vacuuming an Enormous Fake Blue Whale

How do you clean a blue whale? Slowly, and with a lot of vacuum bags. The post Photo of the Week: Vacuuming an Enormous Fake

Fiat Chrysler finally joins the 21st century with in-car 4G LTE – Roadshow

Up until now, it's been relying on 3G, which is about as speedy as plate tectonics, relatively speaking.

Let’s Calculate the Mass of Netflix’s Luke Cage

In this image from the Luke Cage series, we see Luke lifting up some dude. From this we can calculate an estimate for the mass

London’s Selfless New Tube Map Encourages You to Walk, Not Ride

London updated its Tube map to show how many step it takes to walk between stations. The post London's Selfless New Tube Map Encourages You

Here’s What You Need to Know About Ceramic, The Fancy Material in Apple’s Fanciest Watch

Apple's shiny-white ceramic wearable is twice the price of the stainless steel model. So what does that extra dough buy you, besides a

Apple’s New High-End Watch Is Crazy Tough. Why? Ceramics, Baby

Apple's shiny-white ceramic wearable is twice the price of the stainless steel model. So what does that extra dough buy you, besides a clean look?

Organize Toys With These Built-In Ideas for Kids’ Rooms

These built-in ideas for kids' rooms will provide storage solutions for toys, books and clothes.

How Apple Made Its Jet Black iPhone None More Black

We spoke with experts to learn how Apple's anodization process works---and what sets its method apart. The post How Apple Made Its Jet Black iPhone

A Week’s Stay at Antarctica’s Only Luxury Campsite Costs as Much as a Car

Antarctica's only luxury resort offers icy vistas, emperor penguins, and a fiberglass sleeping pod bedecked like a scene from Hipster Game of Thrones The post

Audi’s 2017 A5 Sportback is a coupe that’s also a sedan that’s also a coupe – Roadshow

There's a good chance this one might come to the US, as well.

Tesla takes its act on the road with mobile Design Studios – Roadshow

Can't make it to a Tesla store? Make 'em come to you!

Settle Into 10 of the Most Beautiful Libraries on Earth

Designers, it seems, have figured out one way to get people to read more: Make libraries more beautiful. The post Settle Into 10 of the

Angela Simmons’ Baby Shower Was as Sweet as Can Be–Get All of the Exclusive Details!

Angela Simmons celebrated the anticipated arrival of her baby boy in the sweetest way possible. The 28-year-old Growing Up Hip Hop star and daughter of

The Key to Clinton’s Identity Online? It’s Pantsuit

We're not talking about sartorial pantsuits. We're talking about capital-P Pantsuit, the design system underpinning Clinton's online presence. The post The Key to Clinton’s Identity

The Cooper Hewitt Design Museum Just Put 200,000 Items Online

The design museum's collection samples from ancient history, the future, and everything in between. That’s a lot of stuff—and now you can

Crazy Stadium Roofs Are Now a Thing. Here Are the Craziest

From apertures to geodesic domes, stadium designers are raising the roof, and making it much more interesting. The post Crazy Stadium Roofs Are Now a

This Slow-Motion Machine Is So Stunning We Almost Don’t Want to Tell You How It Works

"Slow Dance" turns any object into an optical illusion. The post This Slow-Motion Machine Is So Stunning We Almost Don’t Want to Tell You How

Bet Your Whole Kitchen Can’t Tuck Into a Closet Like in This Tokyo Pad

The key to micro-living is multifunctionality. Minorpoet's design proves multipurpose-ing one's home needn't involve a levitating bed or a robot wall. The post Bet Your

Dyslexic Designers Just Think Different—Maybe Even Better

Jim Rokos thinks dyslexics are highly creative problem solvers who think in ways that make for killer designs. And he's putting on an exhibit to

Watch Family’s Touching Reaction to Furnished Home After Being Homeless

Homelessness can create unimaginable stress for a parent simply trying to provide a better life.

What you should know about the iPhone 6’s ‘Touch Disease’ (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 52) – CNET

It's time to update your iPhone's software right now. Also, is the iPhone 6S really faster than the Note 7? And Apple Music starts to

Furniture That Doubles as a Wild Optical Illusion? Yes Please

Dmitry Kozienenko tricks the eye into seeing floating objects, false shadows, and more. The post Furniture That Doubles as a Wild Optical Illusion? Yes Please

How to Navigate Flea Markets Like the Pros

Design expert Eddie Ross shares his timeless tips for navigating a flea market and scoring things you love. Don't forget to bring bug spray!

The Hague Convicts a Tomb-Destroying Extremist With Smart Design

This week, smart design helped the ICC find Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi guilty for the destruction of multiple historic sites in Timbuktu. The post
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