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Solving how fish swim so well may help design underwater robots.
GM will break ground on a 360,000 sq ft expansion of their design center in 2018.
"What 500-year flooding could look like around five cities."
A wicked visualization of Citibike trips taken citywide.
Burning Man 2017 is in full swing_running from Aug 24 through Sep 4th. Dezeen showcases some Instagram photos. And here's the full feed of photos. Internet connectivity on site is sketchy. Expect more photos in the coming days.
Netflix and chilllllllll.
Interactive Robogami is a tool from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) that aims to let people design, simulate, and then build simple robots with a "3D print, then fold" approach.
Too far or not far enough?
Toppling monuments, a visual history.
A review of the Ettore Sottsass exhibit, currently on display at the Metropolitan Museum in NYC.
Exhibit Columbus is an annual exploration of architecture, art, design, and community featuring 18 outdoor, site-responsive installations as well as events and programming from Aug 26 through Nov 26. Takes place in Columbus, Indiana.
Things to buy. Things not to buy.
Understanding how hurricanes are CATegorized.
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