Lunar Europe gives the climbing wall an aesthetic that blends into modern spaces. And of course, it’s controlled with an iPhone app.
Melvin the Machine is the world’s smallest Rube Goldberg machine. He’s also the world’s biggest social media oversharer.
The installation pays tribute to one town’s rich comedic history.
Imagine a concert hall that adapts to each performer, during the performance.
Yayoi Kusama sees spots--literally. Who better to redesign Lewis Carroll’s head-trippy classic?
It’s a stunning piece of signage, and also incredibly eco-friendly.
Ergonomics, Flintstones style.
Because why are we all finger painting like children?
Using Mechanical Turk, Matt Richardson created a camera that prints out people’s impressions of a picture, rather than the picture itself.
Having been turned down by VCs, Eric Migicovsky turned to Kickstarter. But he did so in a highly strategic, systematic way.