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the scooters incorporate a 750W motor, smartphone connectivity and a GPS system to prevent theft. The post designed for sharing, unicorn electric scooters boast a powerful motor and long battery life appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
"The most appealing aspect hardware was its memory & processing power," says game director Yuyu Tokuda. "Without this, the rich, living ecosystem we envisioned...would not have been possible." ...
When trying to create a good photograph, Jay P. Morgan of The Slanted Lens makes six important decisions. In a new video, he breaks down the six decisions he made in order to create an image he's had in mind for a while. The image started with an idea. Never knowing when inspiration will strike, Morgan keeps a sketchbook with him to quickly jot down and draw different ideas for images. In thi
German designer Basse Stittgen aims to address the issue of global food waste and overconsumption with a series of tableware objects made solely from out-of-date eggs. Read more
the 'eroded' suitcase appears to have been extracted from dirt and debris as if unearthed from an archaeological dig. The post daniel arsham brings a vintage RIMOWA suitcase back to life appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
they've tasked themselves with honoring two great nobel prize-winning authors and their magnum opuses The post zim & zou bring nobel prize winning literature to life in colorful paper forms appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
colorful sporks, spoons, forks and legos appear in the skeleton of a long dead turtle.  The post a stop motion fish made of plastic forks + spoons devastates marine life one frame at a time appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Evolution is the generally-accepted explanation for how life on Earth became so complex, but there's one thing it can't explain – how life emerged from non-living matter in the first place. The prevailing hypothesis is that life got started in the ocean, where hydrothermal vents provided just the right chemical reactions. But a new MIT study has found that ancient oceans probably didn't ha
It’s perhaps a sad indictment of our society, but not particularly surprising that one in five Brits adults now feel ‘more comfortable’ interacting with people online than they do face-to-face, […] The post One in five Brits now more comfortable interacting online than in real life appeared first on ShinyShiny.
Whether or not there's life beyond Earth is one of the most profound questions we can ask, and nearby exoplanets are among the best places to start looking. Unfortunately, some of the most likely candidates are bathed in apparently-lethal levels of radiation – but a new study from Cornell University says that might not be a problem. Case in point: Earth... Continue Reading UV-drenched exop 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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