Former Yahoo and Twitter designers bring engineering and design expertise to age-old tradition with NeuBible
Bible and design aren’t typically two words that can be used interchangeably, nor are bible and technology synonymous with one another. But a Twitter product designer and a Yahoo design director have bridged the two to create NeuBible, a beautifully intuitive bible app for the modern consumer.
Engineering company Festo has developed artificial ants that communicate with each other and coordinate actions in tandem
The cooperative behavior of ants has been transferred to the world of technology by German engineering company Festo. Their BionicANTs were inspired by nature and feature the delicate anatomy of their namesake as well as their nimble coordination. The ‘ANT’ stands for both their role model and for Autonomous Networking Technologies.
smart USA will harness the new medium to offer fans exclusive behind-the-scenes footage
Ephemeral video app Meerkat, the service that launched on February 27, lets viewers tune into live-streams from around the world at the click of a button. Using the service, anyone can access a broadcast as quickly as they can tap their touchscreen. In just two months, it’s taken over Twitter streams and opened up an entirely new world of touch points between brands and consumers.
Swing design concept unleashes the power of a playground favorite...virtually
Unless you went to grade school in one of those neighborhoods that removed all the swings for safety reasons, you probably remember swinging back and forth pretending you were flying, or piloting a spaceship. Engineering and design team Christin Marczinzik and Thi Binh Minh Nguyen have produced a program that says you won’t have to pretend anymore.
psfkUNFILTERED: Editorial researcher Melanie Ehrenkranz on whether people might purchase Apple's smartwatch at face value
Try-on sessions for the Apple Watch will hit retail stores April 10, and the wearable will go on sale April 24. In the meantime, apps are popping up to let you “try on” the smart wrist candy. One in particular, AR Watch, is an app from Belgian mobile app developers Underside that uses augmented reality to let you simulate your own makeshift Apple Watch try-on session.