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Sushi Singularity aims to take personalized dining to a new level based on diners’ biometrics
The garden is part of a proposal to radically rethink urban design and the value of public space
Artist Nikolas Bentel gives kids new architectural and design toys
A rocky red landscape in China serves as a Mars simulation base
Teams of robots, overseen by drones, are building a museum showcasing technology
Chewable tech provides hands-free control over smartphones and other devices
A fintech makes a clever play for creative types
Four Israeli students create a pass to help tourists find toilets
The 2020 Olympic medals will be made from old smart phones, laptops and tablets
AeBeZe Labs scours the web for content that lifts people’s spirits and boosts confidence
Add / Remove Spotted: A film by designer Keiichi Matsuda offers a frightening look at the dangers of automation and society’s obsession with productivity. The film is part of the designer’s ongoing work that looks at the dark side of technology. The short four-minute, 360-degree-film documents the life of an unnamed accountant who unconsciously, and then consciously, […]
A Japanese startup is betting that tiny satellite-driven meteor showers offer high-end entertainment
An artist has created an exhibition featuring working electronic devices knitted using metal threads.
A clothing company has developed underwear embedded with a product that kills odour-causing bacteria.
A Chinese company has developed a device that uses WiFi signals to detect when someone has fallen.
Springwise explores the world of opportunities open to us in the future through the current work of next-generation innovators.
A new VR experience allows passengers to take an immerse trip abroad in just 110 minutes of simulated flight
A new magazine ad, which can be used as a pregnancy test, has led to new advances in surface materials.
Expensive burials in Hong Kong have led an entrepreneur to adopt virtual reality technology to celebrate the deceased.
A Beijing architecture company have designed a bike farm to help the community grow produce without the need for land or space