As an alternative to meditation, The Rage Room at Battle Sports facility in Toronto will let you rent protective gear and break things in peace
When everything is going wrong, and stress is piling high, the Rage Room in a Toronto sports facility might be just what you need: a safe space to let out your anger and smash things into pieces.
Art Director Hedvig Astrom Kushner creates fun and healthy smoothie recipes based on Pantone color swatches
The Pantone Matching System is no longer just used in the printing industry or home interior. Pantone’s massive list of colors has also inspired the colors of fruit smoothies. Hedvig Astrom Kushner’s Pantone Smoothies is a series of color-coded smoothies based on mixing fruits to arrive at a specific Pantone color.
To promote its ZPump shoes, Reebok Korea encouraged moviegoers to don a pair so as to keep their movie buffering
Getting off the couch while watching a movie has always required a bit of a push, but a recent Reebok Korea program has literally given the idea some legs. In April, citizens in a Seoul cineplex Seoul were given a surprise when their movie began to buffer. The lights shot down and below a treadmill featuring Reebok’s ZPump shoes.
Rather than swipe left or right, just Knock, Knock on your phone to strike up conversation or organize contact info at a networking soiree
Knock Knock is a new app that lets you tap your knuckles on your screen to connect with people nearby. Once connected you can exchange numbers, email, and social media accounts and store new contacts into a comprehensive space on your smartphone.
Backed by tech players like Tim Cook, the Nebia showerhead cuts water consumption by 70 percent
In a time when drought is prevalent in the United States, when Californians are being told to cut water use by at least 25 percent, any innovation that saves water also saves money. The Nebia showerhead, which uses 70 percent less water than the industry average, practically rains money.
To show off its platform's searchability, Google Photos Food Truck rewarded participants who paid with prompted photo searches
Free food is always fantastic. This is why Google decided to offer pedestrians free munchies. However, Google wanted to add some fun by asking people to show photos of something specific in exchange; the photos serve as “payment” for the free food. And so, Google Photos, in collaboration with innovation studio Deeplocal, launched the Google Photos Food Truck challenge.
With Sumry, companies can hire on the personality of their future employees as pooled from social media activity and web commentary
There’s a new resume out there, and it doesn’t focus on redundant “skills.” Sumry has created a new way of encapsulating a job seeker that goes beyond a listing of skill sets, education and accomplishments, and delves into the personality and other details of the person behind the name.
A Pepsi Max ad campaign turned a spherical drone into a friend-finding machine
The new video campaign for Pepsi opens with a heartbreaking statistic: 1 in 3 people lose their friends at music festivals. To end this plague of frantic looking around, it leverages the use of the drone, The Friend Finder, that flies over the crowd to find friends you might have left at the porta potties or at the mobile bar.
Dutch designer Anouk Wipprecht created four interactive outfits that contain elements of the Audi A4
Last month, Dutch designer Anouk Wipprecht presented her new fashion collection inspired by the Audi A4 at Audi City Berlin. The four 3D-printed interactive dresses incorporate elements of the new Audi vehicle and reference its design. The outfits demonstrate how vehicle technology can be implemented in clothing in an aesthetically-pleasing and functional manner.
PSFK, in partnership with HP Matter, speaks to Mike Karnjanaprakorn, CEO and co-founder of Skillshare, to understand the impact of digital on the way people learn
Innovation is the new currency in today’s Idea Economy. In recognition of the leaders who are disrupting our tech-driven world, the editors at thought leadership site PSFK.com partnered with HP Matter to create the Innovators Index, a roster of digital pioneers making a global impact.This week we’ve featured Mike Karnjanaprakorn for delivering affordable education to the creative community.
ExchangeWorks aims to support artists by providing them with unique ways to receive legal advice, temporary housing and more
Art can take many forms but no matter the medium, artists always require a few key elements: time, space and supplies. And while the Internet offers a few ways to gain exposure and sell art to appreciators all over the world, many artists still struggle to gain the the bandwidth and materials needed to create their work. Enter ExchangeWorks, a website that facilitates trades between art lovers and artists. The website strives to make it easy for artists to find the resources they need in a way that makes sense for them.
PSFK in partnership with HP Matter speaks to Peter Semmelhack, founder and CEO of Bug Labs, about creating tools for the next generation of makers and how that will impact the technology space
Innovation is the new currency in today’s Idea Economy. In recognition of the leaders who are disrupting our tech-driven world, the editors at thought leadership site PSFK.com partnered with HP Matter to create the Innovators Index, a roster of digital pioneers making a global impact. This week we’ve featured Peter Semmelhack for designing open source tools that empower the next generation of innovators.