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large fearsome faces, sometimes spanning more than 6 feet in height, are painstakingly made of foam and needle felted wool, expressing at once magnificence and menace. The post nightmarishly beautiful felt faces draw from the ‘deep waters of the human subconscious’ appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
amid the crisis of rising sea levels, material scientist jun kamei has proposed a gill-like-mask that is an innovative mix of a scuba + free diving experience. The post jun kamei’s AMPHIBIO is a glimpse into human adaptation amidst rising sea levels appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Ellie Birkhead has developed a process of brick making that incorporates local waste products from the Chiltern Hills, in an attempt to "forge a future for local industry". Read more
from DIY prosthetics realized through 3D printing technology to customized AI-driven limbs, the video raises profound questions on what it is to be human. The post watch how the current state of human bionics is redefining humanity appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Chinese architecture studio Wutopia Lab has transformed Building 25 of the Sinan Mansions in Shanghai into a bookstore that takes inspiration from the human body and mind. Read more
dactyl learned to solve the object reorientation task entirely in simulation without any human input. The post AI-driven robot learns how to rotate a cube with the dexterity of a human appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Designers are increasingly looking to the human body when finding materials for their creations. Here are 10 of the most stomach-churning examples, featuring blood, sweat and tears (plus urine and hair). Read more
"I remember getting a death threat about the fact that there were butterflies in our original trailer, but there weren't any butterflies in the launch game." ...
Kingston School of Art graduate Oksana Bondar has created a dressing table stool from human hair to demonstrate the design possibilities of the material. Read more
Archaeologists have discovered ancient tools and bones in China that, once again, shake up the timeline of the human origin story. The items are more than two million years old, indicating that early hominins had spread much further east earlier than previously thought... Continue Reading Ancient stone tools found in China shake up human ancestor timeline (again) Category: Science Tags:


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