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curioos-arts:

David Iwane (United States) via @Curioos by @StudioDavis
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visualgraphic:

Yes, No, Riding Dinosuars
visualgraphic:

Yes, No, Riding Dinosuars
visualgraphic:

Yes, No, Riding Dinosuars
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retaildesignblog:


Maison Kitsuné + Café Kitsuné by FHC, Tokyo
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wonderingalex:

These chair were not designed by Le Corbusier but by Charlotte Perriand who never got credit. Most men in Architecture did not credit women who worked along side them. They stole many of their ideas, not credited and overlooked. 
wonderingalex:

These chair were not designed by Le Corbusier but by Charlotte Perriand who never got credit. Most men in Architecture did not credit women who worked along side them. They stole many of their ideas, not credited and overlooked. 
wonderingalex:

These chair were not designed by Le Corbusier but by Charlotte Perriand who never got credit. Most men in Architecture did not credit women who worked along side them. They stole many of their ideas, not credited and overlooked. 
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inspirezme:

Sometime in 2014, New York City’s agreement with its payphone supplier will expire. Whilst the death of the payphone will be welcomed by many, it has taken up a place on the busy streets of New York for many generations. A design competition has been set up to find a worthy replacement, one that will help make the life of New Yorkers easier. ‘Reinvent Payphones’ is helping the city generate ideas about how to replace these 11,000+ archaic payphones.
One of the our favourite selections is shown above, winning the “visual design and user experience” category is Beacon. What makes Beacon special you may ask? Beacon’s interface is completely gestural which means everything is controlled either with voice or motion control. Using recognition technology and algorithms the sensors pick up even the eye movement or facial expression of the user. Designed to be in a busy, loud environment the microphones have noise cancelling technology built in to block out car horns and passing pedestrians.
(Full article including video)
inspirezme:

Sometime in 2014, New York City’s agreement with its payphone supplier will expire. Whilst the death of the payphone will be welcomed by many, it has taken up a place on the busy streets of New York for many generations. A design competition has been set up to find a worthy replacement, one that will help make the life of New Yorkers easier. ‘Reinvent Payphones’ is helping the city generate ideas about how to replace these 11,000+ archaic payphones.
One of the our favourite selections is shown above, winning the “visual design and user experience” category is Beacon. What makes Beacon special you may ask? Beacon’s interface is completely gestural which means everything is controlled either with voice or motion control. Using recognition technology and algorithms the sensors pick up even the eye movement or facial expression of the user. Designed to be in a busy, loud environment the microphones have noise cancelling technology built in to block out car horns and passing pedestrians.
(Full article including video)
inspirezme:

Sometime in 2014, New York City’s agreement with its payphone supplier will expire. Whilst the death of the payphone will be welcomed by many, it has taken up a place on the busy streets of New York for many generations. A design competition has been set up to find a worthy replacement, one that will help make the life of New Yorkers easier. ‘Reinvent Payphones’ is helping the city generate ideas about how to replace these 11,000+ archaic payphones.
One of the our favourite selections is shown above, winning the “visual design and user experience” category is Beacon. What makes Beacon special you may ask? Beacon’s interface is completely gestural which means everything is controlled either with voice or motion control. Using recognition technology and algorithms the sensors pick up even the eye movement or facial expression of the user. Designed to be in a busy, loud environment the microphones have noise cancelling technology built in to block out car horns and passing pedestrians.
(Full article including video)
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nickelsonwooster:

Public School.