For start-ups, the benefit is having IDEO’s design thinking on demand. Applications are due by July 15th.
Thousands of motorized copper droplets dance in computational unison through the atrium of Terminal 1.
Heliotrope Architects’ North Beach Residence in Eastsound, Washington, is remarkable for what it doesn’t do: leave a trace.
Using delayed audio feedback, two Japanese researchers develop a device that plays back a speaker’s words with a split-second delay.
With a roof garden and concrete seating, Mathieu Lehanneur’s Escale Numérique strikes a balance between nature and the urban environment.
Frédéric Fontenoy’s series, Alkama, likens the life-giving properties of bodily fluids to alchemy.
An expansive new exhibition in London examines art that is invisible, immaterial, or simply not there.
Outside of Paris lies a “Truman Show like über-replica of a French village from the last century, which seems to have sprung up overnight.”
Look closely: The mudguards and lights are integrated into the carbon-fiber parts.
The Ouya Game Console fits a gap left between mobile gaming and full-powered consoles. But being stuck in the middle is hard--just ask Flip.