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Colorful Heat Map Pinpoints Most Photographed Places in the World
7 january 2015
A Google app map sorts out the cliches from the next big spots
‘Sharing Faces’ Mirror Matches Your Expression with Distant Person
19 november 2014
Art and computer science collide to reflect different people with same expression as the onlooker
Code.org Wants to Give an Hour of Code to Every Student
27 october 2014
Education is a gift that keeps on giving
Documentary Delves into Lack of Diversity in Tech
10 september 2014
'CODE' explores low percentage of women, minorities in computer science
Code School Founder on Creating a Diverse Tech Community
29 july 2014
Gregg Pollack discusses how the gamification of programming is just one step in equalizing an industry lacking in women and minorities
Will Computer Science Go Beyond The English Language Into Arabic?
29 may 2014
A conceptual digital art project links computing programming to the Arabic language with a surprising point of view.
Minecraft World Contains A Full-Size Replica Of Manhattan
7 march 2014
Student is building one of the most intricate structures the indie game has seen.
Augmented Reality Platform Hides Graffiti Easter Eggs Around Pittsburgh [Video]
6 january 2014
An intriguing new form of AR art leaves video treats around the city for users to discover.
Scanner Can Comb Through The Entire Internet In Less Than An Hour
30 august 2013
ZMap is an open-source scanner that can survey every IP address in the world in 45 minutes and provide Internet-wide studies.
Visualizing The Pros And Cons Of Big Data
21 june 2013
Digital artist Jonathan Harris has created a new piece about data's potential for both good and bad.
Robot Butler Separates Oreo Cookies For Its Owner [Video]
12 march 2013
HERB is robotic helper that is programmed to scrape off the cream from the biscuit.
Portable Monitor Sends Tailored Air Pollution Updates To Phones
21 december 2012
CitiSense is a system that lets you check air quality conditions in the palm of your hand.
Why Heritage Companies Are Looking To New Mediums To Tell Brand Stories
Building Advertising’s New Layers Of Digital Engagement
How Chatbots Can Personalize A Brand's Customer Experience
Small Leather Pouch Supports Any Travelers' Need For Wi-Fi
How Good Design Can Make You Eat Better
Send Holographic Messages To Your Friends And Family
Hotel Brings Local Foods Directly To Your Room
Platform Helps All Restaurants Source Better Local Food
Bus Turned Food Market Feeds Residents In Toronto Food Deserts
How Wearable Tech Can Be Used for Social Good
Shell's Concept City Car Gets 107 MPG And Fits In Tight Spots