A common lament amongst young people is how out-of-reach the housing market has become. Enter M.A.D.i. an ingenious flat pack housing product that is affordable, fully customisable and only takes 6 hrs to assemble.
The skateboard: from rebellious 80s teen hobby to Olympic sport to… legitimate mode of transport? The new StarkBoard is more intuitive that other electric skateboards and uses a built-in gyroscope to detect (and react to) your body’s movements.
A team of passionate divers dreamed of capturing their subaquatic adventures more easily, more naturally and more beautifully. Out of this dream, iBubble the world’s first autonomous, underwater drone was born.
Apple has just unleashed a fighting AR robot spider named Mekamon. No, it’s not a doomsday prophecy come to life, this fully customisable battle bot is controlled by an app on your smartphone and just might be the future of gaming.
Get-rich-quick-scheme or groundbreaking new medium of exchange? Whatever your view on cryptocurrency, you can’t deny that the hype is peaking. A new app starts the conversation on how we can use the technology for good.
Form follows dysfunction. Its sounds wrong but it works well when you’re trying to slow cars down or encourage recycling. The most effective design solutions anticipate user behaviour and design incentives against misuse.
IDEO has acquired data science company Datascope to help merge machine learning and human-centred design. Together they aim to extend and enhance people’s capabilities through technology, as opposed to replacing our capabilities with it.
A Beijing-based firm has designed a table that accommodates the needs of companies in a constant state of flux. The Tetris table comprises five interlocking pieces and can fit together in many different configurations.
The Caribbean’s ocean floor recently welcomed a purposefully sunken WW2 ship and its 80-foot steel Kraken passenger. The eco-friendly art installation aims to use sculptures like the porous squid to jumpstart a new coral ecosystem.