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'Augmented Reality - Rock Paper Scissor with T-post Magazine'

2010-03-09 17:17:54
With the print industry going bust and the online world reaching the point of saturation, new publications really have to push to stand out in the crowd. Magazines and newspapers are trying all sorts of things to get the attention of the reading public, but a company called T-Post has devised something completely original. Every six weeks a T-Post subscriber gets a package in the mail....


'The Dial Brings a Fashion Edge to Cell Phone Technology'

2010-01-06 10:38:48
While Google and Apple are racing to create phones with the most apps and fastest internet speeds, none of the technology giants are thinking outside the design box when it comes to the form of a phone. Luckily, there are designer slike Jung Dae Hoon to fill the void. Hoon, a young designer with ties to Samsung and LG, has designed The Dial - a cell phone worn like a stylish bangle. You...


'The Nintendo Lovers Coffee Table'

2009-01-27 13:48:13
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'The Bathroom of the Future... Today'

2008-11-26 16:46:54
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'Hose Lamp'

2008-11-26 17:07:22
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'The Evolution of the Sink'

2008-12-10 01:33:34
Back in the day, a sink was just a sink.  It was a basin; usually stainless steel or ceramic, which water ran into, stayed in (with the help of a stopper) and then out of, through a drain.  It was used to wash dishes, or faces, or maybe food.  It was not, however, a work of art.  But at some point over the past few decades, someone somewhere decided that sinks...


'Modernism at Work'

2008-12-10 01:49:06
Say you spend a lot of time on the computer, but you also love modern design.  Say your ideal workstation would combine easy access to your computer with the unbeatable comfort of a Le Corbusier lounge chair.  Now say you're not dreaming.  Designer Kenneth Lylover has created the SurfChair, an ergonomic wonder that combines the sleek style and "never get up" decadence of Le...


'A Room with a Real Ocean View'

2009-01-26 12:11:13
If you really, really, really love the ocean, some of the world's best and brightest minds are working on a project that could create your dream home.  The Seasteading Institute, founded by Google's Patri Friedman and a former Sun Microsystems programmer named Wayne Gramlich, is investigating the idea of building entire communities in the ocean.  People will work, live, play...


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