Using a biologically inspired algorithm, SoftKill demonstrates an exciting new path for large, 3-D printed structures.
Planning a trip to Paris, or boning up on French revolutions in advance of "Les Miz" the movie? There’s a 3-D app for that.
Carsten Nicolai’s Unidisplay explores time, shape, and sound on a truly massive scale.
The next time your neighbors open their wireless network drop-down list, greet them with a very special message.
This is your last chance to see Century of the Child--MoMA’s first large-scale look at childhood as a source of modern design thinking.
Last week Slate republished its interactive infographic of drone strikes against Pakistan, reflecting the dozens of new strikes that have occurred since June.
Luke Stephenson photographed championship show parakeets for three years to make his new photo book.
Lumen Type is another of Ruslan Khasanov’s ephemeral experiments.
Who really wants to break a sweat in their living room?
Nikon’s annual microscopy competition honors the most remarkable microscopic photos of the year, from bat embryos to bone cancer.
Google’s newly improved iOS search tool reminds us that voice recognition needs to integrate deeply into the mobile experience, or not at all.