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[News] China outnumbers US for world’s top supercomputers
Luxury february 22, 2016

Let the Twitter Masses Concoct Your Next Cocktail

A machine converts random tweets from across the globe into delectable drinks

Travel july 24, 2012

Digital Canopy Creates A ‘Sunroof’ On Subway Trains

The ‘Canopy’ is a concept that would attach to the roof of a train car to give riders a view of the outside world they’re passing. The flexible ‘e-paper’ would show passing landmarks and weather information.

Innovation june 26, 2012

PSFK Job Picks: Creative Coder – Rockwell Group

If you’re looking for a creative job (or need to find help), we recommend that you check out PSFK’s job listings regularly. Here’s a new job at the Rockwell Group, just listed on the service.

Work september 11, 2011

The Meaningful Algorithmic Placement Of Names On The 9/11 Memorial

Data visualizer Jer Thorp created a program that would depict the relationships between the victims through the location of their name.

Technology march 16, 2011

Transforming The Transport Topography Of London

A new website morphs the iconic London Underground map based on the time it takes to travel through the subway.

Home february 10, 2011

Moullinex Uses Hacked Kinect To Create Innovative Music Video

The disco-house artist created his latest music video, 'Catalina' using a hacked Kinect and a 3D capture script.

Arts & Culture may 27, 2010

Paper And Wood Come Alive: The Papel Project

A warm interactive artwork mixes physical materials and digital projections.

Work april 22, 2010

RHIFID Speakers: This Is A Journey Into Sound

Using a combination of RFID technology, Processing and Arduino, RHIFID speakers work as location aware controllers.

Innovation april 14, 2010

When Artist Meets Programmer: A Talk With Lauren Cornell and Kristin Lucas

PSFK speaks with curator Lauren Cornell and artist Kristin Lucas about Rhizome's upcoming Seven on Seven event.

Arts & Culture april 24, 2009

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