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"There is little to no documentation on this specific type of first-person view...[so] I wanted to write about it. Especially since I had a few issues which took me a bit of time to resolve." ...
Instagram has finally cleared the air regarding rumors and reports that the Facebook-owned social network was looking to get more heavily involved in video content. A new blog post on Instagram's website confirms the impending release of Instagram TV, a new standalone app with a focus on long-form, vertical-first video content.As detailed by Instagram in its announcement blog post, Instagram TV —
Dutch firm UNStudio has revealed designs for a 1,500 metre-long cable car across the across the river IJ in Amsterdam. Read more
The slow food movement is all about appreciating the process of cooking, so perhaps we can call this the slow stool movement? This enthusiastic soul yanked down some lumber and gnawed it into shape with his teeth to see if he could build himself a seat without any tools... Continue Reading New York "human tool" chews himself a stool Category: Remarkable People Tags: Crazy
chabahar, iran, is the most important area in the oman sea coast having outstanding commercial and touristic potentials. The post hajizadeh & associates’s complex in iran merges with the environment resembling sand dunes appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Although it makes up everything we see and touch on a daily basis, ordinary (or baryonic) matter is relatively rare in the universe, and weirder still there seems to be a huge chunk of it missing. After 20 years of scouring the sky, astronomers using the ESA's XMM-Newton observatory have now found clues to this missing matter hiding in intergalactic gas... Continue Reading X-rays from deep
this second edition of designboom readers radar looks at how contemporary architects in china are transforming hutongs through program and materiality to preserve the integrity of the traditional courtyard. The post explore urban china’s visionary reimagined hutongs through designboom readers radar appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Watch the director of Onrush explain the process behind making an off-kilter racing game. ...
Single-use plastic straws are a massive environmental problem. In the US alone, around 500 million straws are used every day, and according to a 2017 survey plastic straws are the 11th most commonly found trash in the ocean. The problem has recently started to enter the public consciousness with calls for bans of the ubiquitous plastic drinking tubes. At least one major source of the probl
the images investigate the relationship between information and the meaning of that information through a series of photomontages. The post michael jantzen’s distorted series of photos explores reinterpretation of road signs appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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