By looking at the eight possible revenue models, writes Jump’s Ryan Baum, you can reinvent a business.
El Ultimo Grito’s “Imaginary Architectures” contains a shopping mall, airport, hotel, gas station, and house, all made entirely of glass.
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The go-to company for reusable bags adds sophistication to the mix.
Want to give your avatar a zebra-striped machine-gun-toting pegasus to ride? If you can imagine it, this game will give it to you.
The Weather Channel is the latest to the party in creating a visual experience that helps you engage with data, rather than burying you in it.
David Edwards invented something that might actually come in handy, especially among Red Bull-pounding college kids. Introducing caffeine you inhale.
The numbers involved in delivering a tiny slice of the world’s mail are far too large to even grasp.
Arthur Olson uses 3D printers to spit out physical models of drugs and enzymes, and attaches augmented-reality tags to them so that computer vision can help optimize their fit.