Color EPD displays save Sainsbury's store employees time
Working at a supermarket involves the kind of sisyphean drudgery that never gets done, like changing little paper or plastic price tags under items that will only have to be changed again in a matter of weeks as store arrangements and prices change.
The future of successful brands relies on their adoption of a quickly informing data set
There is a lot of talk about Big Data. Let’s face it: there is a ton of behavioral and attitudinal information created, shared and syndicated by consumer co-creators and the brands tracking their moves. Consider the millennial generation, these young adults are the most willing generation to share their personal information for perks.
AnOther Magazine launches first-ever digital and print issue with LED screen
Publishers all want to know what the future of print will hold; Will people still read physical newspapers one year or five years down the line? Those questions and concerns remain present on a daily basis for every media publication, but still, consumers desire the tangible experience of page-turning. There is something sacred about buying our favorite magazine, turning on a record and reading it cover to cover.
psfkUNFILTERED: Site founder Piers Fawkes tries Munchery, an on-demand chef-to-table food service
With my wife out on one of her dinner nights with her girlfriends, I was faced recently with the question most fathers (and quite a few mothers) dread—what the heck am I going to feed the kids (and how)?
Tworlds users snap a photo around a common theme and are matched with a person from the other side of the globe
While you sip your morning cup of Blue Bottle Coffee, do you imagine what someone else’s caffeine routine looks like on the other side of the world? Or, have you ever wanted to see how the party scene in London compares to the one in New York? With a new photo sharing app Tworlds you can share similar moments with a random stranger, totally unfiltered.
Form better teeth-cleaning techniques using technology developed by hygiene giant's call to third party developers
Good oral hygiene is important to a healthy lifestyle, but spending an extended period making sure those pearly whites live up to the name is not always easy. Oral-B is doing their best to make the process easy, fun, and technologically savvy. Their latest innovation to their toothbrush is to allow third party developers to create apps for it, even utilizing a smart mirror to help people brush better.
Jenny Nordberg explores ways to combine the speed of mass production with artisanry
When it comes to handmade furniture, speed seems to the enemy of craftsmanship. But designer Jenny Nordberg wanted to test this principle with her latest collection in a series, ‘3 to 5 minutes – Rapid handmade furniture.’
Mondaine launched a watch that combines smart technologies with time-honored design principles
Swiss watchmaker Mondaine has launched a smartwatch that aims to balance both the past and future in its design. It features smart functionalities but with a traditional aesthetic. The Mondaine Helvetica No1 Smart is the first ever Swiss-made smartwatch launched by the brand.
DIY freestanding ‘fountain’ uses yarn and an electric motor
Fountains, with their synchronized displays, fluid movements, and translucent colors, can have emotional effects upon viewers. Formidable fountains at the Bellagio and Dubai can have a majestic impact, while Lingshan’s Buddhist fountains instill calm. But what effect does a fountain have if it doesn’t use water at all?