In partnership with the Lexus Design Awards, STORY has curated a collection that explores future-thinking design elements from corners of the globe
STORY, a retail concept store in Chelsea, recently unveiled its newest theme: Creativity. In a partnership with the Lexus Design Awards, the site is using eight of the content’s finalists as inspiration for a collection that explores future-thinking design elements sourced from across the world.
The U.S. fashion brand is one of the first to use social filter overlays in a bid to capture the attention of the ever-influential millennial
Snapchat’s introduction to the Geofilter feature got everyone in a frenzy last year and now brands are catching on to the idea, using the fun detail to further reach out to young people. Following on the heels of McDonald’s is Lilly Pulitzer, the fashion brand that’s renowned for its colorful patterns that cover women’s clothing, beachwear and resort wear.
Floating Record is a self-contained high-performance turntable that plays vinyl records vertically
As music moves deeper into the digital age, there is a backlash occurring among audiophiles. More and more, music purists are rediscovering the pleasures of vinyl records played on turntables, and indie bands like Daft Punk are selling more of their albums on vinyl as well. In the midst of the resurgence of records, Chicago’s electronics startup Gramovox has reimagined the turntable with their Floating Record, which turns the listening experience on its ear.
The Happaratus turns your hand into a bionic stone and wood sculpting tool
The Happaratus is a wearable glove equipped with motors and sanding heads that can shape stone, wood or other solid materials. With the unique form factor, the device creates a more intimate experience where fine movements of the hand can shape a solid object.
The rover—set to launch in 2017—won't set any speed records, but it could be the automaker's toughest engineering challenge yet
Audi has entered a space race and all it has to do to win is drive a third of a mile on the moon. If that sounds easy, it’s not. The automaker has partnered with German engineering group Part-Time Scientists to try to win the Google Lunar XPRIZE competition. They unveiled the design of their unmanned rover, the Audi lunar quattro at the 2015 Cannes Innovation Days.
Malloy Aeronautics has teamed up with the U.S. Department of Defense to work on the hoverbikes, which are also planned for commercial use
Defense firm SURVICE and aeronautical engineering firm Malloy Aeronautics have teamed up to develop Hoverbike technology for the U.S. Department of Defense. The two companies are working on the Hoverbike as part of an ongoing research and development contract with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory.
The consumer product giant is the first multinational company to disclose fragrance ingredients, which are considered trade secrets, by product
Consumer goods producer SC Johnson this week disclosed the fragrance ingredients in all of its Glade products, marking the first time a full list of such ingredients has been released on a product-specific level.
Privacy advocates claim always-listening component was involuntarily activated within Chromium browser, exposing private conversations
Privacy campaigners and open source developers are up in arms over the secret installing of Google software which is capable of listening in on conversations held in front of a computer.
Brigade Media has a platform in store that will foster public debate on iOS and Android
Brigade, now in an invite-only beta, will allow people to discuss politics in a dedicated platform. Instead of just voicing out your thoughts about current events, legislation or other social issues on Facebook or Twitter, why not put it in something where you can find like-minded people to discuss with?
Women on Waves is organizing the pill drop in protest of restrictive Polish abortion laws
Women on Waves, a Dutch pro-choice group, will be using drones to drop packages of abortion pills in a Polish town on Saturday to protest restrictive abortion laws in Poland.
Fatherly, the editorial resource for dads, sources content dependent on the age of your child
Did you know that from the time your child is born to the time they reach 18, you have exactly 940 Saturdays with them? Do you have any idea what you’re going to do with them on all of those days? Look no further than Fatherly: the next-generation digital lifestyle guide for men that replaces content about pints with how-to change a diaper while managing a tech website or build a killer sandcastle at the beach.
ALGARA smart jewelry can be tailored via mobile app to match your wardrobe
At the heart of ALGARA jewelry is a stone that changes color to match your day, mood or lifestyle, via integrated connection with a mobile app.