The design studio Nervous System has created a novel process that allows a 3-D printed dress to move and sway like real fabric. The bespoke software behind it, called Kinematics, combines origami techniques with novel approaches to 3-D printing, pushing the technology’s limits.
Studio Ve designed the wall clock “Orbits Clock” on the principle that the indicators will be made in a circular shape and that they will gravitate all around the face to read the hour. The three black circles in carbon fiber, very subtle, add an airy style to the product. Find out more in the article and in video.
“Visions of America: Amériques” is an audiovisual performance made by Refik Anadol at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. In collaboration with Finnish conductor Esa-pekka Salonen, ha made an architectural installation on a musical composition of Varèse, playing on lights and mapping, the whole commanded from a computer.
Here’s the new ad Apple - “The Song” where we can see a young lady discovering an old vinyl on which her grand mother has recorded her voice for her dead husband, decades ago. Today, it’s the grand daughter’s turn to continue this memory by changing the song, thanks to the technology of Apple products. A beautiful Christmas gift, to watch.
“Project anywhere” is an augmented reality project created by Studio Any. Through the combination of several technologies, the project brings together people from the most remote places to coexist in the same virtual atmosphere. The boundary between the real and the virtual is becoming increasingly blurred.
Throw a message in the air as we would send a sms, here is the idea developed by the artist David Colombini across the web project Attachment which he calls it a “poetic machine” connected to a website allowing users to send a message, an image or a video through a biodegradable balloon in the air. Discover the process on video.
Kevin Dart is a english designer and illustrator based in California. He worked for most of the best animated films this year as “Peabody & Sherman” or “Inside Out”, in addition to his advertising work with Passion Pictures. Recently, the artist has focused on science fiction with collaboration on the documentary series “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey” and delivers, today, his interpretation of this wide theme through a series of illustration.
Reignwood Group in Beijing imagined for the luxurious residence Hamilton Scotts in Singapore, an elevator that allows the owner of each property to use a specially designed lift for cars. A new architectural touch, thought not without megalomania, so that the wealthiest can ensure the health of their luxury cars.
Heatherwick Studio was commissioned by The National Malus Collection to imagine a luminous pavilion shaped like a cube and built with precision by an aerospace company. The source of the light comes from the centre of the cube in aluminium and feeds all the tubes that light up. An installation that we can see in England, Essex.