The United States may never fully recapture its manufacturing power, but it should do more to market its strength in innovation, writes RKS Design’s Ravi Sawhney.
Herb Williams builds 3-D flames out of 60,000 to 70,000 Crayola crayons that melt and warp under the raging Texas sun, exposing the conditions that stoke real wild fires.
Rich Brilliant Willing’s aluminum mold can issue endless copies of the same award so no one gets left out. Not even your cat.
If I had more of a penchant for roughing it, I’d want this clever LED headlamp from Snow Peak among my gear.
Mutewatch responds to swiping, tapping, and pinching just like a touchphone. But its real appeal is a silent, motion-sensing alarm so that you--and only you--wake up naturally.
Of all the things Samsung’s new Galaxy Nexus smartphone is, there’s one thing it isn’t: An iPhone. And there’s a good reason for that. Samsung designed it to dodge Apple’s iPhone IP.
The prototype design uses a shoulder-worn, depth-sensing camera/projector to create interactive "touchscreens" on anything from a nearby wall to your own forearm.
This looks like the funnest thing to hit amateur photography since the Flip camera.
We hear incessantly about the rise of China. So much so that it’s all a bit too abstract: What does it mean that China’s has become a global force? And more importantly, how have they actually accomplished that?