exploration

Design Giant Wooden Cocoon Encourages Forest Exploration [Pics]

Architectural project mimics the beauty of nature to offer a new perspective on everyday surroundings.

Innovation Scott Kendall Wants To Turn Commuting Into A Game [PSFK SEATTLE]

quadstreaker is a mobile app that incentivizes users to explore new areas within their city.

Technology Mars Rover Curiosity Successfully Lands On Red Planet [Headlines]

After 14 minutes without contact, NASA learns the mission was successful.

Design Want To Become A Space Explorer? Just Email NASA

In her video for Syfy's 'IMagine Greater' series Ariel Waldman of spacehack.org describes how she wrote to the government agency about her interest in their space exploration documentary, and the rest is history.

Hotels, Hospitality & Travel Site Shows You The Hidden Side Of Cities You've Never Seen

PSFK chats with Atlas Obscura co-founder Dylan Thuras to hear how the site helps its members explore their cities with a new pair of eyes.

Advertising Buy The Items That Inspire Muji's Products At Their Concept Store

Found Muji in Tokyo showcases and sells everyday items sourced by Muji's research team that go with the brand's aesthetic.

Gaming & Play The Power Of StumbleUpon Applied To Kickstarter

Kickstumbler is a site to help you explore and discover new projects on the crowd funding platform that you might not see otherwise.

Gaming & Play Futuristic Social Game Makes Astrophysics Fun [Future Of Gaming]

Astronaut, Moon, Mars And Beyond’ is a web-based, massive, multi-player online game intended to grow interest around science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Technology Spy Kites To Supplant Satellite Source Of Google Maps?

The simple power of the toy opens new horizons for the ambitious mapping project.

Advertising Navigation App Encourages Users To Explore

A new wayfinding application takes users away from restrictive conventional GPS navigators.

Home Preserving The Titanic With Social Media

On August 22, Expedition Titanic will dive to depths up to two and a half miles to revisit the wreck of the Titanic. Accompanying the scientists and oceanographers, digital media tools will enable the public to join in as well.