Photography by Sam Dunne for Core77
Sweating robots, human flesh neo-natal incubators and a happy man who no longer sits down: just some of the highlights we caught at this year's Royal College of Art Design Interactions graduate show in London. The course led by Anthony Dunne and Fiona Raby showcased a diverse range of high and lo-tech thought provoking design fictions, and all kinds of awesome future-thinking concepts.
Embracing the impact of our increased connectivity and mobile lifestyle, projects explored notions such as: How will we turn off and relax in an over-connected age? What if androids had birthdays? Could renewable energy be funded by extreme tourism? Could city smog become valuable? What if companies were striving to create human happiness rather than profit? And our favorite, can I legally clone Marilyn Monroe's left breast?
Find out, and see more highlights in our photo gallery!