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Biographical Comic Explores New Form Of Digital Storytelling
31 march 2016
Australian designer looks at war and the impermanence memory in an interactive webcomic
Music-Playing Wristband Cements Long-Term Memories
15 january 2014
San Francisco-based Sheepdog Sciences has created a device that helps you learn while sleeping.
Coffee May Be Able To Boost Long-Term Memory
14 january 2014
One study claims that a cup worth of caffeine can help you create clearer, longer-lasting memories.
Fabric Buildings Let Visitors Walk Through A 3D Blueprint [Pics]
20 november 2013
Artist Do Ho Suh’s newest installation represents the last two places that he lived in a 1:1 replica, building one home inside of the other.
Restaurant Bakes Memories Onto Its Plates
26 march 2013
London restaurant Dishroom takes inspiration from Bombay Cafes by adding stories onto crockery.
Why Facebook Posts Are More Memorable Than Other Online Writing
12 february 2013
A study conducted by Warwick University sheds light on how human memories prefer short, natural snippets over polished content.
10 Designs That Will Change The Cooking Experience [Pics]
21 september 2012
A 'smart' spoon that tells you what you need to add to your meal to an at home molecular gastronomy machine, see the 10 finalists from the Electrolux Design Lab.
The Meaning Of Ownership In An Era Of Digital Objects [PSFK London]
8 september 2012
Author and interaction design researcher Richard Banks shares his thoughts on the interaction between storing memories digitally and physically.
Wearable Tech Glove Gamifies Arthritis Therapy
7 june 2012
BrainTap is a gaming glove for arthritis and memory exercise developed by a team from the Werkhaus Design Studio.
Making Mental Maps Manifest
15 november 2011
A German designer creates mashups of mental and real world maps.
Nostalgic Tribute To 80s Childhood Toys [Video]
10 october 2011
The two-minute King of Legoland video shows a variety of retro childhood toys that were vastly popular in the 1980s.
People Learn While They Sleep, Study Suggests [Headlines]
29 september 2011
Scientists speculate that an unconscious form of memory may enable the brain to process information without one's awareness.
Why Heritage Companies Are Looking To New Mediums To Tell Brand Stories
Building Advertising’s New Layers Of Digital Engagement
Museum Guide Feels Like AI But Is Powered By Humans
This Arcade-style Gym Makes Us Want To Exercise
How Good Design Can Make You Eat Better
This Supersonic Hair Dryer Runs Completely Silently
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
The Future of Cars Isn't Just Automated, It's 3D-Printed