Chinese company Kuka Robotics made this video for the celebration of their new factory in Shanghai. With humor, the video opposes, for a harsh duel, the German tennis table star Timo Boll with a robot. We let you discover which one is going to be the winner of this match which confronts the Man and the Machine.
On the occasion of the Oscars, during which the film Gravity won no less than seven statuettes, the Goddard Space Flight Center de la NASA unveiled new images, this time very real of the space. Breathtaking snapshots, reminding us of the beauty of our planet, but also our tiny place in the universe.
To promote its Concept Car Kwid, the French manufacturer Renault gives us a video with a colorful, futuristic pop and look great, wanting to recreate the world of the car facing the future. Achievement signed by UFO and post-production Mathematic, created with the agency Dream On, highlighted by a sound design thought by Adorable.
HUVr has imagined the first hoverboard directly inspired by the movie Back to the future. The board would be connected to our smartphones and we could activate it via bluetooth. The concept is really cool but unfortunately this board isn’t real. Two videos showing celebrities such as Moby or Tony Hawk, testing the hoverboard, are to discover below.
DataStickies, this is a great project aiming to reinvent the concept of USB devices, imagining declination capacity in different colors and offering to put them on an ODTS surface, allowing the transfer of data as if they were acting post-its. To discover an innovative concept in the following.
Directed by Raanan Stern and Tal Shany, this multifunctional studio in Tel Aviv has undergone a transformation from a cramped apartment in a workspace versatile and functional. The space is only 20 square meters but manages to fit a multitude of storage options, as well as a hidden bed. An original and creative pictures to discover space.
English designer Jay Watson has created a wooden thermochromic table called “Linger a Little Longer”. The black paint reacts to the bodies’ and objects’ heat and discolors itself like a watermark. An original and design object is to discover in pictures in the next part of the article.
Based to Barcelona Penique Productions is a collective of artists who create processing facilities in public areas. The Group uses massive plastic balloons that are inflated inside buildings. Coupled with outdoor lighting that illuminates the colored plastic, the results can be beautifully dramatic, almost unrecognizable this new environment of real space.
The designer and architect Asif Khan create self-portraits in a house located in the entrance to the Olympic Park in the city. The 2,000 square-meter cube has a kinetic façade that can recreate the faces of visitors from 3D scans that are made in photo booths installed in the building. Finished portraits appear three at a time, each appears eight meters high.