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From next year your new smartphone or wearable should be able to get a much better lock on where you are, thanks to a new location-tracking chip from Broadcom, which promises to fix your device's location down to 30 centimeters (11.8 in) – even with interference from surrounding buildings...Continue Reading Broadcom's newest chip will make your GPS apps more accurate than everCategory: Electr
one of COMAN’s distinguishing features is its joints which are integrated with elastic elements that give it greater flexibility when performing different tasks.The post EPFL engineers develop robots that walk like humans appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
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We hope you had a good weekend, Imaging Resource readers. Let's kick off the new week with a bang. In today's Shutter Release roundup, we will look at using radial gradients in Photoshop to direct your viewer's eyes, a day in the life of a fashion photographer, an Eric Kim article about the "Zen" of shooting film, a hands-on video and sample images from the Kerlee 35mm lens and we fin
Felipe Pepe, editor of the CRPG Book Project, takes a look at some of the most interesting mechanics and design choices in turn-based RPGs. ...
A veteran photojournalist, Rick Wilking secured a spot in the path of totality for the August solar eclipse and planned to shoot the event for Reuters. We tagged along on the assignment, and while Wilking's story didn't quite pan out as predicted, an unexpected subject in the sky and a quick reaction made for a once-in-a-lifetime shot. Find out how he captured this remarkable image.Read more abou
Thomas Heatherwick is to completely overhaul of the Olympia events centre in west London, creating a hotel, a theatre and suite of new entertainment venues within the Victorian exhibition hall. Read more
Backcountry Hut Company (BHC), the Canadian firm that offers flatpack cabins that assemble "like Ikea furniture," has unveiled a new model called the Surf Shack. The attractive little dwelling comes in multiple configurations and sizes, and can operate on or off-the-grid...Continue Reading Flatpack Surf Shack can be configured to suit your needsCategory: Tiny HousesTags: Cabins
Intel isn’t the only one working on sci-fi-style virtual camera systems for things like sporting events. Canon just announced that it’s developing a new “Free Viewpoint” virtual camera system that will let you virtually move around inside a recorded event.When deployed at a sports stadium or arena, the technology would allow a “virtual camera” to move around an
saving the world from shower hoggers and thus over consumption of water, elisabeth buecher's shower curtain inflates soft spikes after four minutes of use.The post time-sensitive shower curtain spikes inflate to limit water consumption appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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