From the pages of a textbook, mathematics often gets a bad rap for being either too stagnant or too perplexing. Scientists Cristian Ilies Vasile and Martin Krzywinski have found a way though to spark attention on some special numbers in math by creating colorful interpretations of them.
Bored with the abundance of typical landscapes, Polish photographer Michal Karcz goes a step further by using ethereal photo manipulation to draw out emotion in the viewer.
Designed more for correcting degenerative eye conditions rather than spying, University of California’s Joseph Ford leads a team in developing a new telescoping design for contacts that allows the user to magnify images by almost 3 times.
Watch Google’s time lapse video using satellite imagery gathered from NASA’s Landsat program and US Geological Survey since 1984.
IBM, after inventing a microscope to do so, now has the ability to move atoms around on a surface. What do they do next? They make “the world’s smallest movie” of course!
Kunihiko Morinaga, head designer of Anrealage, has become known for his collections centered around an innovative textile. For his Fall 2013 RTW collection that debuted at Tokyo Fashion Week he surprised onlookers once again.
Queen Alia International Airport, opened March 21st, is a modular structure built with future expansion in mind.
This fully articulated 3D printed gown designed specifically for Dita Von Teese was born from a collaboration between Francis Bitonti Studio with Michael Schmidt Studios and Shapeways.
The MYO is a gesture control armband from Thalmic Labs that uses the electrical activity of the body in order to interface with your electronic devices.
The BAT levitating mouse is a new product from KIBARDIN built with the goal of combating corpal tunnel syndrome by alleviating pressure on the median nerve.
Google has been testing their AR glasses in stealth mode for the last couple of years and slowing have been releasing details to the public through various channels.