An exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art celebrates photo foolery from the dawn of photography to the digital age.
A close examination of geolocation data is as telling as it is confounding.
The opening of a long-delayed art museum in the Hamptons is giving some critics pause to lament the recession, while others name it a triumph.
With its recent design overhaul, the unconventional online presentation app Prezi grows out of its quirky interface.
In the rapidly developing field of paper-based computers, Japanese researchers are working on a new system for drawing, editing, and copying digital notes using thermo-sensitive inks.
In an installation sure to please Thor and John Cage alike, visitors spin four massive “instruments” to elicit a cascade of thunder, lightning, and rain.
Use one, two, or five individual units to easily create a full Dolby surround system, with each speaker knowing its channel based solely on the direction it’s aimed.
It’s the greatest thing to happen to boxes since your peewee baseball trophy collection.
The designers and architects behind the Visualizing Palestine project hope to inspire dialogue based on facts, not emotions.
An ambitious manufacturing company is repurposing the Shinola brand (as in "you don’t know s**t from . . .") to tell a unique story of American craftsmanship.