Users can download Google Chrome Extension HTTPrint to have their browsing history delivered to them as a print-on-demand publication
With Google Chrome Extension HTTPrint, users can see what their browser history looks like in newspaper format. Much like an infographic, the project places into context what a user spends their time on throughout their online day.
LVMH is set to enter the wearables market by releasing a smartwatch that could attract a new, rather affluent consumer at $1,526 a wrist
LVMH is renowned for its opulent product offering and now the mega brand is set to put up stiff competition with the likes of Apple and Pebble with its own version of the smartwatch.
The Sponge Suit uses an absorbent 3D-printed elastoplastic skeleton that can rid shorelines of pollutants
The Sponge Suit is swimwear made from a novel material that filters out pollutants from water so you keep the sea clean while you swim. The material is very hydrophobic but will bond to other compounds upon contact and it keeps pollutants in place until you do your “laundry.”
Koto sensors will track everything from dust in the air to approaching storms
Increasingly popular wearable fitness trackers help you measure the steps you’ve taken today and keep tabs on everything from your heart rate to the number of hours you sleep each night — but what’s tracking the quality of your indoor environments? As soon as next spring, the answer might be Koto, a collection of sensors that monitor temperature, air pollution, dust and more with the goal of keeping you healthier and more comfortable at home.
MOO's Business Card+ uses NFC technology to power up the promo material with a range of multi-media triggers
Kiss the traditional business cards goodbye, you keep them all in a drawer anyway. MOO presents Business Cards+, the modern way to show someone what your business is all about. These use Near Field Communication (NFC) technology that allows your card to become a tech powerhouse.
Philips Hue partners with Apple Homekit for phone-based home automation
The Philips Hue series, a wireless lighting system that prides itself on its personal touch, now connects to the Apple Homekit to let users turn off lights, turn on heaters and activate other systems via Siri voice command. The app connects all wirelessly connected devices in the home to a single menu and integrated system.
Using a form of naturally occurring bacteria found in women, researchers could design contraceptives that help stave off HIV
A recent study published by the American Society For Microbiology has shown powerful potential for using Lactobacillus crispatus, a bacteria found naturally in a woman’s vagina, to prevent and fight the spread of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV.
As detailed by Nike's COO Eric Sprunk, a coming retail reality, where customers can start the production process from home, can already be seen in its assembly lines
Nike’s COO Eric Sprunk foresees a future where Nike begins its production process from within the confines of your home. Recently, while at the GeekWire Summit, he publicly predicted a new delivery and manufacturing method for the brand, where customers print their shoes off of Nike-provided blueprints using 3D printers either at home or in neighborhood printing hubs.
John and Heather McDougall are aiming to improve the world and our concept of manufacturing, one Bogobrush at a time
As the children of a dentist, John and Heather McDougall have always known the importance of a good toothbrush. So even as the market has been overwhelmed with a dizzying selection of high-priced electric models, the brother-and-sister design team focused on a much more elegant, and egalitarian, approach when they launched Bogobrush back in 2012.
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Full-sized sculpture comprised of 1,700 precision-cut card pieces features a fully fitted interior, functioning doors, and rolling wheels
Lexus has revealed an origami-inspired car that ditches the sheet metal, glass and plastics for precision-cut card. The replica of a Lexus IS saloon is a driveable, full-sized sculpture exploring the manufacturer’s promise of ‘Creating Amazing’ and showcasing the human craftsmanship that goes into each Lexus vehicle.
Artist HOTxTEA's ASYLUM is a bright installation installed next to an even more ironic set of condos
Roosevelt Island, one of New York’s most recently residential islands (until 1989, it was only possible to get there by tram), was once a place for quarantine and isolation. Its Smallpox Hospital is well known as New York City’s “only landmarked ruin,” but there are other parts of this past that are less visible. The Manhattan Park Pool on the island, in fact, is built on the site of the former New York City Lunatic Asylum.
3D printing edges closer and closer toward commercial territories with Voodoo Manufacturing's rapid prototyping processes
Brooklyn New York, with its Tech Triangle contributing an impressive 10 percent to tech’s global sector, is increasingly becoming a sought after location for inspiring new tech brands. The latest to set up shop within the area is Voodoo Manufacturing whose team is making 3D printing simpler and more accessible.