"After I read about Google Glass and how we’re going to approach the situation … I’m a blind athlete, and to be able to wear the glasses and have the kids see through my eyes although I can’t even myself, that’s amazing to me," he says. I’m a jumper primarily. There’s a lot of things that go on with that, having someone basically directing me down this runway, and I’m running fast, he’s making calls on the fly. I think it would definitely be cool [for kids to] see how all of that happens, see what that would look like in a visual sense."
From lewd to cute, the “Airbnb Logos” Tumblr compiles all the images that the company’s recently relaunched and controversial logo resembles.
"I literally see these robots skirting around the lab, and it was almost as if I had this huge flashback to Star Wars. If we are ever going to see robots like that, it’s going to start in a lab just like this, right now, right here.”
From hedonic reversal to fear of boredom, these psychological concepts offer insight into why that dilapidated warehouse is so appealing.
“What if we tried to make a different kind of computer, one that didn’t demand your attention, that didn’t try to absorb you in interaction, that merely displayed beautiful things from the Internet?” - This Kickstarter darling reached its goal within 30 minutes. Here’s how it will change the art world.
Called Ilumi, these Bluetooth-enabled light bulbs create a mesh network of lights in your home, all controlled by a mobile app.
Capsule — arguably the most influential men’s fashion tradeshow in North America — started from an unlikely source: Shiny, expensive t-shirts.
The first Capsule show back in 2007 featured just 45 designers. Now the show carves out room for 777 designers from 25 countries around the world.
BMPW founders: Edina Sultanik, Deirdre Maloney, and Minya Quirk
"A great candidate for Capsule is a brand that’s made by real people who love what they’re doing on a small to mid-sized level," says Minya Quirk.
Add a little humanity to your commercialism: Project Gregory outfits grid-connected billboards with everything a person might need to survive.
The goal of the Bibliotheca project is to print a Bible that you’ll want to read cover to cover.
Secret, the popular anonymous-sharing app, raised $25 million. Here’s how it went from poorly designed messaging app to red-hot startup.