Creative Applications

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Created by Media & Interaction Design students at ECAL during a one week workshop led by Thibault Brevet, The Center for Counter-Productive Robotics is a collection of experiments where a robot was programmed to perform counter-productive tasks, with intention to develop a more human-centric approach to automation and robotics.
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Hongkiat

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The context of our online interactions has dramatically changed lately, and in the recent years we have encountered a significant shift in the field of technology; Information Age has been replaced by the Experience Age.
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Design Curial

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With organisations that use them often being accused of Big Brother-style surveillance, workplace sensors are as controversial as they are pervasive. But what insight can they provide the design community? Cathy Hayward talks to the experts
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Core 77

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A/D/O's Water Futures Design Challenge recently announced their 9 shortlisted finalists in all three categories: Future Systems & Infrastructure, Future Objects and Materials and Future Information and Communication. For the next phase in the competition, each finalist will be paired with a mentor that will help give suggestions and provide guidance throughout the research and development phases.
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Ars Technica

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Enlarge / Time passes faster or slower for a skier going up and down a steep mountain, depending on what that skier is experiencing. Kolbjørn Skarpnes & Rita Elmkvist Nilsen / NTNU Communication Div. & KISN reader comments 88 Share this story The philosopher Martin Heidegger suggested in the 1920s that time persists solely as a consequence of the events that take place within it. Now, a team of Norwegian scientists has confirmed the mechanism the brain uses to make sense of the passage of time as we experience something, thanks to the help of a chocolate-loving lab rat.
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Google

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Analyzing 40 PubMed journals for blockchains revealed a continued and growing interest from the healthcare research and medical sector in developing blockchain solutions to streamline almost everything related to health.

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Fast.co Design

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Buzz is part blood alcohol-monitoring wearable, part Livestrong-style bracelet that aims to support consensual sex.

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invisionapp

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Cling to your outdated style for long enough, and eventually it’ll make a comeback. The 80s are reappearing in our bell sleeves, and the UX stylings of that most maligned website—Craigslist—are now en vogue. Where designers were once poking fun of the classified site for its uber-basic design that never evolved, now they’re repurposing its aesthetics in sites as big as Bloomberg and Balenciaga.
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Designer Daily

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The interaction between your brand and its customer is the lifeblood of any business. Without setting up proper channels to bridge the gap between you and your audience, you may as well kiss your business goodbye.
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Eye Magazine

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‘Pabrü’, opens on 23 March 2018 at Falmouth University and offers fresh insights into the output of Swiss designer and artist Paul Brühwiler, writes the exhibition’s instigator Jessica Jenkins.

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Eye Magazine

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Grundell’s detailed study of glitch art begins with a 1962 quote from the astronaut John Glenn: ‘A glitch is such a minute change in voltage that no fuse could protect against it’. A glitch occurring in a space shuttle could be catastrophic, an unprovoked error with life threatening consequences. With this simple observation, Glenn helped to popularise the concept of the glitch as an unseen flaw that only becomes visible when its fallout affects the functionality of a system. The digital revolution has since made the glitch, or more specifically the impact of the glitch, a more commonplace occurrence, such as those moments when a digital signal pixelates into an often beautiful abstraction or an interactive screen temporarily distorts before the familiar interface returns. The result of a glitch isn’t necessarily visual – as a creative concept it is closely associated with sonic effects – but when discussed as an aesthetic form, glitch art is usually found on a digital screen.

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Pack World

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According to new Smithers Pira research, The Future of Active & Intelligent Packaging to 2023, the combined active and intelligent packaging market value will reach $5.68 billion in 2018, with the active packaging market valued at $4.62 billion and the intelligent packaging market valued at $1.06 billion. The combined market is forecast to grow at an annual average rate of 5.9%, hitting $7.56 billion by 2023.
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Design Boom

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researchers from the USC viterbi school of engineering have developed new 3D printed acoustic metamaterials that are able to be remotely switched on and off using a magnetic field. the materials consist of precisely designed, geometric structures that exhibit abnormal properties allowing them to control acoustic or optical waves.
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Smashing Magazine

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When high potential projects fall apart, it’s often a failure of collaboration and alignment. The tools, the assumptions, the opportunity, and the intentions may line up, but if people don’t communicate or don’t have a clear map to help them move in the same direction, even the best projects falter.
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