The company is looking to revolutionize live shows by integrating augmented reality into artists' performances, taking the audience's experience to a new level through enhanced immersion and creative possibility
The giant flowers, installed in Tel Aviv, open and close in response to people and the environment
Food-tech company Food Ink uses printers to revolutionize fine dining from the kitchen to the dining room
Tel Aviv creative director Dudi Ben Simon transforms ordinary objects into something completely different
Architect Víctor Enrich takes on his city's staid aesthetic with creative deconstruction.
Designer Tammy Kalinsky developed a wheelchair attachment that places the caregiver/pusher alongside the person being wheeled, instead of behind them.
The search giant's floors in the Electra Tower look like a hotel lounge, park and cafe rolled into one.
‘Ventilator’ is a 19-foot fan that uses the power of the sun to make its blades spin and the fan to oscillate.
Classic paintings spun on a turntable are photographed at various shutter speeds to view familiar images in a new way.
Artist-renovated, pop-up hotel program lets you sleep right on the sand in Tel Aviv.