TIDAL Music is growing at an exceptional speed and we are searching for an experienced Product Manager to join our growing team in Oslo, Norway. The Product Manager will work closely with our technology & design teams to innovate products from conception to launch. As a Product Manager
Bina Baitel is an artist and designer with an odd take on material. Her work often ranges into the whimsical and fantastic, but this piece feels a bit sinister. The Lash Clock doesn't just remove normal markers for time telling from the clock's face, it adds slowly undulating hair.
"Drones" is a broad term, encompassing both the friendly multirotor type that carry GoPros over snowboarders, and the more menacing UAV type that fires rockets into convoys. The safe kind requires little more than a credit card to acquire, whereas the dangerous kind needs an encrypted satellite uplink and a
Artist Raphael Vangelis has given our familiar and increasingly rare digital waiting signals a hands-on portrait. His animated short "Analogue Loaders" takes on several ubiquitous symbols for loading and injects them into IRL environments using stop motion. Seen in a new locale some might take a moment to identify, and
RISD Media, the marketing and public relations division of Rhode Island School of Design, creates and executes integrated print and digital communications to engage prospective students, donors, and our overall community (both on-campus and off). We create and share a wide range of stories, news and information about RISD and
Here's a serious question for parents-to-be: Do you find yourselves becoming increasingly frustrated that you don't really know the baby growing inside you or your partner until it's born? You aren't able to experience your baby with sight or touch until it finds its way out of the womb—isn't this
HealthStat reached out to us becasue they wanted to create an affordable fitness tracker that can be sold in the United States, as well as more impoverished regions of the world. The waterproof Equipt Fitness Tracker features an easy-to-read display that is backlit to illuminate your progress during a night run, or when the sun is shining brightly directly overhead. The patented wrist band has a tough rubber shell that provides excellent grip and pliability, with a durable, flexible wire inside
As a designer with years of experience with parametric solid modeling in engineering CAD packages my recent experience test driving the 2017 edition of Evolve from solidThinking was a back-to-basics breath of fresh air. Evolve feels largely unhampered by the constraints of popular mechanical CAD
In an effort to establish themselves in the renewable power market, Rock Technologies reached out to us to develop their primary solar generator for consumer use. Our design features a weather and dust resistant plastic housing for added durability and an intuitive control panel with multiple power port options. The collapsible steel roll-cage was design with three essential features in mind: to give the PV1000 an added level of protection, to keep the device raised off the ground and to aid in
At certain times of year, the sun bounces off of a glass skyscraper outside my window and illuminates my apartment from an unusual angle. And the room then looks dramatically different. The sun has to thread the needle to hit this position, and the phenomenon only lasts for a few
The Global Packaging organization at Microsoft is looking for an exceptional designer with 6 - 8 years professional experience in structural package design. Candidate should have an industrial design background, including structural packaging design knowledge and skills. Candidate must have demonstrated success in driving conceptual ideas
Last year we wrote about Ili, a wondrous portable translation device that suffered from a badly-conceived commercial. To refresh your memory, it featured a white guy running around Tokyo using the device to ask random Japanese girls if he could kiss them. Following the backlash the commercial was pulled from
Local Roots has finally made a mini farm that correctly combines the structural benefits of shipping containers with the difficulties of urban farming. Shipping containers are a beloved source of reengineering inspiration, but their reuse is often un-green and impractical. Similarly, there are so many fancifully farm-filled architecture concepts out
As should be obvious, some of the following images are pretty unpleasant. So is the idea that a computer is generating them on purpose to horrify humans. Scroll with that in mind. The Nightmare Machine is a project out of MIT Media Lab, spearheaded (or spear-faced?) by researchers Pinar
These are exciting times for sketchers, with a variety of digital tools coming out that aim to make the work easier to execute. Microsoft's Surface Studio has generated strong interest, and Dell's answer is the Dell Canvas, a 27-inch worksurface meant to be added to your current system (rather than
Boston Dynamics has yet to release this video, but a bunch of folks recorded the presentation and have leaked it online. Here's a look at their latest creation, "Handle," an eerie and agile wheeled robot: I'm not disturbed by the robot as much as I am by the guy in
Walljam is an integral training wall offering ball rebound and smart technology to enhance individual and group performance whilst also improving fitness and technique whatever the level of the player. Walljam, acts as a coach, competitor and teammate while revolutionizing play through repackaging the way sport is taken up and delivered. It is specifically designed to improve a player’s game while benchmarking their performance and development.
Durrell Bishop and Robert Poll are no strangers to AI and robotics—their combined experience includes over 50 years in product design, interaction design, design education, photography and technology. Meet Line-us, the duo's beautifully quirky creation. The initial idea for the "little robot drawing arm," emerged during a chance meeting between Bishop and London based kinetic artist
At NIO, we’re rethinking the future of cars and mobility to make this world a better place to be. As the UX/UI team, we’re at the core of it. We envision and craft unique experiences for our users, in the car and beyond it. We challenge conventions and believe design
Logic-pushing designers Philippe Starck and Jerome Olivet have brought us the swoopiest and most titillating smartphone concept I've seen in a few years. Intended to push the boundary of the interactive touch screen past the two dimensional, the Alo Smartphone incorporates holographic displays with voice control and a downright alien
After years of lumpy and Tron-esque spacesuit concepts, we're finally getting closer to the slick beautiful designs proposed way back in the '60s. The recently released Boeing spacesuit is designed as a model for what NASA astronauts aboard the proposed Boeing Starliner spacecraft would wear on their 2018 trip to
Uber is evolving the way the world moves. By seamlessly connecting riders to drivers through our apps, we make cities more accessible, opening up more possibilities for riders and more business for drivers. In the Uber Everything organization, we’re building Uber’s next set of businesses; whether it’s delivering food within
Aseptika Limited (Activ8rlives), developers of a range of self-monitoring medical devices, some in the form of wearable technologies, aimed at assisting patients to self-manage long-term health conditions at home, is already having impact in this field. The early identification via home self-monitoring of an impending change in condition may allow for earlier intervention by starting antibiotics (“rescue pack”) days earlier, thereby reducing the need for lengthy hospitalization.
Pulse worked with Drager on their Thermal Imaging camera for firefighters. The camera was developed with new innovative solutions for protecting the internal camera technology. This project also focused on ergonomic features crucial to rescuers during search and rescue applications. Our design and engineering team evolved the design to meet strict drop tests, heat resistance, flame resistance and functionality to pass regulatory requirements including IP 67.
Compared with last year's CES and Detroit Auto Show, this year has seen a lot less odd concept vehicles and last mile design. One neat 2017 standout has been the mysterious but fun Ioniq scooter teased by Hyundai at CES. The company's line of Ioniq electric vehicles is plugging along
Fuseproject studio's newest debuts tackle a challenging question: how can designers help aging consumers reap the benefits of the newest technologies in a way that feels intuitive, friendly and unobtrusive? With the announcement of two of their newest projects—ElliQ and Superflex—Yve Behar's team continues their recent fascination with robotic technologies
Plastic Player is a playful analog interface for digital music, combining the physical tactile experience of choosing a record with the convenience of digital music services such as Spotify.
Thanks to a savvy tech user, two modified Google Homes have been chatting intensely for several days, live on Twitch. Their names are Vladimir and Estragon, and their misadventures in humanesque connection have been weird, awkward and hilariously relatable at times. V: Do you like being female?E: It has
The Airselfie is a new take on a now familiar subject: the drone camera. Smaller and more self-oriented than ever, it aims to fit a controllable selfie drone in the same pocket as your smartphone and remove the *need for selfie sticks. After seeing how this thing flashed up on
Are you looking for a role where you can help define the future of play? Where you unite the digital and physical to create amazing play experiences for children? If you do, and love to combine systemic and creative thinking, we would like to hear from you.
It's a little hard to believe at first sight, but Korea's Hankook Mirae Technology company has released video of their human piloted mech walking. It's called the Method-2, and the 13 foot 1.3 ton machine looks like something CG plucked out of a movie. Though untrue, this isn't terribly wrong,
NASA Langley's newest round of design troubleshooting for life on Mars has come up with some intriguing design solutions. With the extreme cold, unbreathable atmosphere, and rainbow of radiation types, astronauts landing and living on the red planet will have to be well protected as soon as they arrive.
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