The biodegradable prototype “is meant to show where the industry can go.” Continue reading The Fabric On These Adidas Shoes Will Decompose In Your Sink
There’s nothing cute about plucking plastic garbage out of Baltimore harbor waters. Not until you’ve met Mr. Trash Wheel, anyway. Thanks to this floating trash wheel with giant googly eyes, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is cleaner than it’s been in years. And it’s getting clean in efficient and adorable style. Continue reading Mr. Trash Wheel Is The Eco-Friendly Plastic-Picking Device Cleaning Up Harbors
Monday’s Google Doodle honors the life and legacy of Fazlur Rahman Khan, a Bangladeshi-American structural engineer and architect responsible for advances in the field of high-rise and large-scale design. Continue reading Google Doodle Honors Bangladeshi-American Engineer Fazlur Rahman Khan
The fictional MIT student gets portrayed by real MIT students in a fan film. Continue reading MIT Students Give Us Our First Cinematic Look At Riri Williams, Marvel’s New Iron Man
Filled with post-EVA foam and a carbon fiber plate, this shoe was designed to increase running efficiency by 6%.
Continue reading A 2-Hour Marathon Once Seemed Unthinkable. Could Nike’s Radical New Shoe Be The Key?
‘The Lego Batman Movie’ uses an impressive style of animation that replicates the look of real lego bricks. These digital bricks abide by all the rules of real Lego bricks, so they cannot bend or move in an impractical way. Mike Seymour breaks down a few of the most remarkable scenes, where numerous complex techniques were used to create a believable image. Continue reading How They Animated ‘The Lego Batman Movie’
The hottest designer at the next Fashion Week may well be your smartphone. Continue reading Google and H&M collaborate on a new ‘Data Dress’
Chevrolet brought a lot of cool vehicles to the 2017 North American International Auto Show. The coolest — by far — was their life-sized Lego Batmobile. Continue reading Chevy Brought a Life-Sized Lego Batmobile to the Detroit Auto Show
THE MOST INTERESTING thing about Herzog and De Meuron’s newly opened concert hall, the Elbphilharmonie, isn’t its wave-like facade, which rises above the city of Hamburg, Germany. It’s not the gently curved elevator at the base of the lobby that deposits you into the belly of the Swiss architects’ alien landscape. And it’s not the Escher-esque stairways that guide you from one floor to the next. Continue reading What Happens When Algorithms Design a Concert Hall? The Stunning Elbphilharmonie