While light allows us to visually inhale the atmosphere of our surroundings, it is often the intense colors reflected in the world that stimulates our appreciation. Photographer Kilian Schoenberger is able to capture those vibrant perspectives with remarkable contrast, despite being colorblind.
Harnessing the power of augmented reality technology, Evena has created the Eyes-On Glasses as a wearable device that allow medical professionals to see through skin. The glasses are a portable, real-time 3D imaging apparatus that takes the guesswork and discomfort out of IV insertion.
Wanting to preserve the indentation of the original house built in 1984, architect J. Mayer H. designed the Duplica Casa in Germany by carefully but significantly modifying the original traditional residence. To accomplish this, he used the home’s unusual outline to replicate throughout the structure.
Researchers at the Neural Systems Laboratory at the University of Washington are believed to have created the first ever documented and approved human brain-to-brain communication. While it’s not exactly the superpower of telepathy we’ve all been dreaming of, it’s still pretty close.
Inside every photograph lies the assumption of continuity. We admit that the simple objects of our attention may change with time, but when only a second has passed, we shrug off any variations as imperceptible. Upon entering the photographic world of Jack Long, however, we learn that his subjects already cease to exist after 1/10,000th of a second.
Like many design firms, UK based Frip Design and Research is exploring the innovations made possible by 3D printing technology. Their latest endeavor is developing 3D printed prosthetics, which could significantly reduce the normal time and cost necessary to supply patients in need.
Although they were from different eras, European architects John Soane and Le Corbusier were both innovators in the art of light manipulation. Both considered windows not just as a frame for impending views, but also as tools to carefully define the mood of the adjoining room.
Since the birth of the field of exoplanet study, 755 planets have been found and confirmed – and the newest on the list is Kepler-78b. Although not habitable, what’s interesting about this recently discovered planet is its unexplainable data found by CfA researchers.
The Hyundai Motor Group Industrial Pavilion designed for the 2012 Expo in Yeosu, South Korea is every bit as intriguing inside as it is out. Symbology is weaved throughout every crevice of the pavilion as its design embodies both the motion of the nearby waves and the company’s approach to revolutionizing technology.
Perfectly situated between Alto de Pinheiros and Alto da Lapa, the 360º Building in São Paulo provides Brazilians with some much needed space for relaxation.
A research group at Japan’s Institute of Advanced Media Arts and Sciences has created a working camera prototype called the Ubi-Camera that uses your fingers and face to take photographs.
On land, our physical freedom is usually confined to only two of the three dimensions, only able to roam the plane of the Earth. But through her underwater photography, Finnish photographer Susanna Majuri is able to explore the third dimension.
Sealed with mirrored glass walls and blonde wooden panels, the non-program pavilion by architect Jesus Torres Garcia leaves its surroundings unbroken as it bends and blends into the Spanish landscape.
West African inventor Kodjo Afate Gnikou responded to the inaccessibility of affordable technology to third world countries by building the worlds first 3D printing out of electronic waste.
Using a helicopter and a digital Hasselblad camera, renowned Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky shows a side of global industrialization rarely seen by the public.
Known for preserving classical ambiance in their contemporary designs, London-based firm 6a Architects has completed the Tree House as a characteristic encore to their respectable re-restoration of the Romney House.
The Window Socket by Korean designers Kyuho Song and Boa Oh is a solar powered AC socket that suctions to any window, allowing users to easily harness hours of power for their electronic devices – photovoltaic-conversion expertise not required.
Intrigued and undaunted, German photographer Jan Erik Waider is perpetually seduced by the frozen seascapes of Greenland’s Disko Bay. Braving the chilling winds and arctic temperatures, he is able to capture astounding views of the solemn islands of ice.
Normally known for his contemporary interior designs, Marcel Luchian has expanded outside into the terrain of architecture with his single family M House in the Republic of Moldova.
The soft wooden exterior of this weekend cottage blends well into the heavily forested Mount Kano-zan. Inside though, the simplistic modesty significantly diverges.