A loose coyote is an inconvenience in most parts of the country. In New York, it gets a Twitter account.
To avoid the Geordi-effect, Google is working with hipster glasses company Warby Parker to sell a version of Glass we’ll actually want to wear.
Legendary design studio Frog held an internal competition to conceptualize the most innovative wearables. Here’s what their studios worldwide came up with.
Farmers can control where their cattle and sheep graze from a computer with this emergent technology.
The East River Blueway is a glimpse of how the city is preparing for the rising tides to come.
You know that feeling where you snack and snack and never quite get satisfied? That’s what the industry calls "the bliss point."
Moving pins on a perforated screen gives the visually impaired a constantly updated way to navigate the urban environment.
The standard desktop monitor today has a resolution of 2560x1600. This artwork shows two dozen or so of its most recent ancestors.
When are prying eyes helpful? When they schedule your day.
According to a Hungarian physicist, no matter how big the Internet may seem, you can almost always traverse it in under 20 clicks.
Apple’s latest patent application portends a flexible, slap-bracelet future.
A former Pentagram designer serves up stat-based footprints for the league’s finest players.
The grid becomes a way to maintain consistency across multiple languages, topics, and mediums at Strelka Institute.