With nooks and crannies to help you get creative with your positioning, you’ll no longer have to choose between sitting or standing while you work.
Cheerios’ new man manifesto, Apple sticker art, an emoji doc, a massive Simpsons marathon and clothes to make your baby smarter.
"I came into parenting knowing nothing about managing people. Now I know (almost!) everything."
TerraMax kits turn ordinary military trucks into self-driving road warriors.
When you think of self-driving vehicles, you probably think of Google, Audi, and Daimler. Although the research underlying all of their advances was funded by DARPA, it’s somewhat surprising that the military isn’t already way ahead of everyone else when it comes to remote-controlled ground movement.
Oshkosh Defense is hoping to change that.
If you’ve ever brought a bike along on a flight or packed up the parts to ship across the country, you know that trying to move a bike around is expensive. It also tends to slightly offset some of the environmental benefits of riding, since a box holding a bulky frame takes up a lot of space on a delivery truck. That’s why this new design concept shrinks down a bike so it fits in a backpack.
As executive director of Global Brand Marketing at General Electric (generalelectric), Linda Boff has the muscle of one of the world’s biggest technology innovators at her disposal. To cram the work of engineers and makers creating new things every day into the blip-sized limits of Twitter or Instagram is a true skill.
Watch the video above to hear how working within these sort of creative constraints help focus GE pitch meetings.
For 82 years, Disney’s in-studio life drawing classes have helped evolve its animated characters. But as increasing reliance on computers lures young animators away from classical drawing, three of Disney’s current master teachers are reminding them why figure drawing is still crucial.
Art students turn an electrical tower into a stained glass lighthouse. via TIC
Invisible losers, VR police states: “A History of the Future in 100 Objects” gets right what most futurist concepts get wrong.
You can already swap bodies with someone of the opposite sex and explore Seinfeld's Upper West Side apartment using virtual reality. What you haven’t been able to do, though, is punch a gigantic monster in the face.
Thankfully, that will soon change.
“In a randomized double-blind study female students were less likely to be hired because they were viewed as less competent. And if your name gives you away, you could be in trouble, too. People with hard to pronounce names are less likely to get hired.”