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Digital Grotesque . Printing Architecture. Digital Grotesque is the first fully immersive, solid, human-scale, enclosed structure that is entirely 3D printed out of sand. This structure, measuring 16 square meters, is materialized with details at the threshold of human perception. Every aspect of this architecture is composed by custom-designed algorithms. Please visit for a further description.

Photograph Your House Key With This App, Then Print A Copy Anywhere | Popular Science

Glassified: Ruler with transparent display to supplement physical drawing by anirudh. First Rulers made of Ivory were in use by the Indus Valley Civilization period around 1500 BC. While the digital technology has evolved a lot in past 100 years, Not much has changed in their design since past 3000 years. Glassified is one such attempt, to 'augment' such a ubiquitous tool.

4GB wristwatch with an integrated camera Video and sound recording wristwatch $40. tags: The video resolution is 1280×960 at 30fps (frames per second) and the image resolution is 1600×1200. It is protected from water (splash) dirt, dust, rain, snow. The built-in lithium battery can be recharged with the included adapter or USB PC connection.

3D Printed Shoe. Alex Diener & Pensar wish to cre­ate footwear con­form­ing to our indi­vid­ual anato­my and using bio­me­chan­ics as the foun­da­tion. The DNA con­cept lever­ages rapid man­u­fac­tur­ing to cre­ate a shoe built to our foot con­tours.

3D Printed Shoe by Alex Diener & Pensar » Yanko Design

note to self .. when building a house use recessed outlets so the furniture can fit flat against the wall and there are no messy cords ... genius!!

Researchers Build World's Fastest Carbon Nanotube Transistor

Window Socket: Designed by Kyuho Song & Boa Oh, the portable socket plugs to a window and draws solar power to an internal battery, which enables one to either plug in small devices to the outlet right there and then, or save the stored power for use during night time hours. via designtrend

The FLUIDIC installation is composed of a cloud of 12,000 small translucent spheres attached to almost invisible strings. Eight high-power laser projectors positioned around the installation generating bright and dim light points, creating a highly organic and natural distribution of voxels (3D pixels). The FLUIDIC graphics enable viewers to observe and interact with it from every point of view. Multiple 3D camera tracking systems analyze the positions and postures of the visitors.