Shigeru Ban is one of Japan’s most accomplished and innovative architects, known for his use of Western and Eastern influences, themes, forms and methods of building to design beautiful, ultra-modernist structures, and maybe more so now, his works using different materials for building, particularly paper.
Designer Kanupriya Goel and Biologist Guatam Goel have developed packaging material that overtime, the ink will bleed through until the icon for danger is clearly displayed, signifying that the medication has passed its expiration date.
The campaign consisted of a Billboard that pulls moisture from the atmosphere, filters and distributes as clean drinking water.
Jake Evill, a Victoria University of Wellington graduate who designed The Cortex cast, a 3-D printed mesh structure to replace the traditional plaster or fiberglass cast.
What do you get when you combine nature and machine? Researchers at MIT Media Lab’s Mediated Matter group have asked themselves that same question. Their answer, a dome created from silk fibers woven by a robotic arm, and finished by live silk worms.
30 year old artist and musician, Neil Harbisson, was born with a rare condition called achromatopsia, that causes him to see the world in only black and white.