Two awesome videos to help you celebrate Raspberry Pi’s 2nd birthday
$35 computer powers robots and a "NASA" Mission Control console.
This is London’s first cat cafe, Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium
Get some tea and scones and hang out with some cats.
At Apple shareholder’s meeting, Tim Cook tells off climate change deniers
“If you want me to do things only for ROI reasons, you should get out of this stock."
duncan shotton drives tiny remote control pop-up shop in harajuku - desi...
british designer duncan shotton brings his real boy pins to the streets of harajuku, tokyo, on display in a tiny, remote control pop-up shop
Hands-on with Samsung’s Tizen OS: An impressively capable Android clone
Samsung's Android backup OS is surprisingly viable. The big problem is apps.
Bitrot and atomic COWs: Inside “next-gen” filesystems
We look at the amazing features in ZFS and btrfs—and why you need them.
Contact by Felix Faire - Turns any hard surface into an interface
Contact is an acoustic research project that turns any hard surface into an interface. The installation uses contact microphones, passive so
Build a DIY Rubberband Guitar and Celebrate New York’s Styrofoam Ban
In one of its final acts of 2013, the New York City Council got with the times, passing a ban on polystyrene foam food containers and non-bi
motion sensitive RFID bike alarm system by dennis siegel - designboom | ...
the security system by dennis siegel features omnidirectional movement sensors that detect tiny fluctuations an acceleration, emitting a 120
aluminum take time! watch for lexon by mathieu lehanneur - designboom | ...
mathieu lehanneur re-interprets the archetype of the classic pocket watch.
3D printing welder by joris laarman creates gravity-defying sculptures -...
the metal 3d printer is capable of printing with metals, such as steel, stainless steel, aluminum, bronze or copper without the need for sup
isaac cordal miniatures address the collapse of capitalism - designboom ...
street and public artist isaac cordal has set a massive installation of 2,000 miniatures ruins, metaphorically reflecting on the collapse of
What Happens When You Play a Record Player That's Submerged in Water?
Part performance piece and part product abuse, California-based artist Evan Holm's "Submerged Turntables" installation does, well, what it s
Google’s “Project Tango” is a smartphone with Kinect-style computer vision
Signups for Google's 3D mapping and augmented reality development platform start today.
Science confirms: Online trolls are horrible people (also, sadists!)
New research out of Canada finds trolls are sadistic. Who knew?
I emailed my client an interactive PDF. Client: I...
I emailed my client an interactive PDF. Client: I love the flyer you sent! It’s clicky! Me: Great! So we’re done now? Client: No. When I pri