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If you're getting bored with your video-recording Snapchat Spectacles, you may soon be able to do something new with them – take them underwater! That's just what the SeaSeeker dive mask is designed to let you do. One catch, though: you'll have to be a guest on a Royal Caribbean cruise...Continue Reading Dive mask takes Snapchat specs beneath the seaCategory: OutdoorsTags: Eyewear
connected to your phone, the samsara smart suitcase instantly sends you a notification should your luggage move away from you, or be opened without authorization.The post the samara smart, strong, and sturdy suitcase is made from aircraft-grade aluminium appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Nathaniel Dodson of tutvid frequently creates excellent video tutorials, many of them focused on becoming a better photo editor. We’ve covered his work on numerous occasions, including this one on creating better black and white images in Lightroom and this more recent article about his four hours of free Photoshop tutorials. Dodson’s latest video is about the pen tool in Photoshop. D
Flying drones are fast and they aren't stopped by rough terrain, so why would we even want to bother with ones that move along the ground? Well, for one thing, ground-based travel requires a lot less energy than flight. Additionally, wheeled vehicles are able to maneuver into tighter quarters. With that in mind, a team from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL)
designboom speaks to alberto biagetti and laura baldassari about their process, influences, and blurring the line between art and design. The post atelier biagetti interview: the milanese studio taking on society’s greatest obsessions appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
A few weeks ago, we posted our First Shots of the Nikon D7500, an enthusiast-oriented DSLR that follows in the footsteps of the much-loved D7200. At the time, we promised more to come soon. Well, if you've been waiting for our first real-world Field Test to supplement your D7500 knowledge, your wait's over! Just before the weekend I posted my first Nikon D7500 Field Test! And I had a litt
Nikon is keeping the 100th anniversary party going with a new one-of-a-kind feat: assembling the world's largest 'human camera'. Italian distributor Nital and Media Italia put on the event, and over a thousand volunteers answered the call to don black, grey, white and red t-shirts. On June 17th, the human camera components were assembled into the unmistakable shape of a Nikon DSLR.In case there w
The folks at Call of Duty dev Infinity Ward seek an experienced UI/UX director to join the team working on "a new, exciting project" at the company's Woodland Hills, CA studio. ...
The Wilshire Grand Center in Los Angeles, America's tallest building west of the Mississippi River, has officially opened. Read more
It was back in 2009 that we first heard about the Copenhagen Wheel. Developed by MIT's SENSEable City team in consultation with the City of Copenhagen, it was a motor-equipped rear bicycle wheel that could turn an existing human-powered bicycle into an e-bike. The years since saw some production delays, but as of this April it finally became commercially available. We recently tried the wheel

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