These robotic jungles want to eat you Wired.co.uk At the revered artist's retreat, Beesley met Mitchell Resnick, a professor at MIT's Media Lab who opened the architect's eyes to the emerging world of digital fabrication and low-cost sensors.
Robotics technology has had plenty of false starts throughout the years. It seemed like, decades back, we were getting close to having true robots bounding about our living rooms and commenting on ou...
Photo: Christrini Core77 has had the pleasure of chronicling New Skins, a workshop led by designer Francis Bitonti, which took place from July 22 to August 8 at Pratt's Digital Arts and Humanities Research Center in Brooklyn, NY.
Readers who keep themselves regularly updated about architecture, fashion and design and who may have the chance to go every now and then to an art or design fair are usually pretty quick at spotting certain trends that may pervade at some point...
"Isaïe’s ongoing research and design ambitions are focused on the correlation between craftsmanship and Additive manufacturing within several creative domains including Architecture, Fashion and Plastic arts. Using digital tools as a new set of brushes within the plastic arts, his designs (reaching from sculptures to utensils with a ornamental character) always focus on the geometrical capacities of what 3D printing has to offer as a production technique. Not because it is a new medium but because it offers him a very specific set of geometry to work with. According to that none of his work can be produced trough other means then 3D printing."
Wearable technologies bring up a plethora of new ways of breaching etiquette, allowing technology to come in between us (physically or metaphorically) and changing the way we interact. So there is valid reason for wearable anxiety.
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