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Work december 1, 2014

Luxury, Hand-Made Survival Kits for a Stylish Apocalypse

From water rations and bandaids to high-end treats, these satchels offer sleek comfort in the face of disaster

Technology july 8, 2014

WiFi Harnesses Could Aid Dogs In Disaster Relief Efforts

The Smart Emergency Response System uses wireless sensors to turn search and rescue dogs into souped-up emergency first responders.

Luxury february 3, 2014

Intelligent Lifeguard Drone Rescues Victims From Drowning

Smart aerial robot prototype successfully performs search and rescue with life preservers.

Design & Architecture december 19, 2013

Emergency Shelter Falls From The Sky For Immediate Disaster Relief

The LifeBox can support a family 4 during natural disasters.

Advertising november 4, 2013

Insect-Inspired Drone Helps Emergency Workers Navigate Disasters

Researchers developed a flying robot that simply bounces away from obstacles in its path.

Technology june 12, 2013

Airbnb Creates Permanent Tool For Disaster Victims To Find Nearby Housing

The company turns it's temporary disaster relief into an ongoing effort.

Work november 6, 2012

Redeveloping Japan To Promote Creative Freedom [PechaKucha]

In today's stroll through the PechaKucha archive we uncover a presentation on how one organization is working to fund local architecture projects.

Gaming & Play april 12, 2012

Have Online Games Become The Latest Philanthropic Channel For Brands?

Social entertainment from companies such as Zynga are giving charities a boost by encouraging donations.

Work may 10, 2010

(Video) John Dimatos: PSFK Conference New York 2010

John Dimatos, a Resident Researcher at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program and teacher of ‘Designing for UNICEF,’ speaks on how design and human understanding impact social organization.

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