Coolhunting

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Everyone's earliest LEGO experiences begin with stacking bricks. This is an observation documented by the team at LEGO Education, an entity within LEGO Group that builds kits and classes to coincide with the STEAM learning system. Founded in 1980, LEGO Education signifies the toy brand's expansion from pieces and puzzles to lesson plans. Their latest release, SPIKE Prime for middle…

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Design Boom

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a group of scientists have discovered 143 previously unknown 'geoglyphs' in peru using artificial intelligence and satellites to uncover ancient drawings.

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The latest Design Museum exhibition explores how humans could inhabit Mars, asking a series of psychological, philosophical and practical questions. How do we stay human on a place not designed for humans? How are we going to stay safe and sane on a 9 month journey to Mars? At what point do we become Martians?

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Stefano Boeri Architetti studio is back again with another ambitious project – a Smart Forest City in Cancun, Mexico.

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LEGO has partnered with the austrian research institute for artificial intelligence to create audio and braille building instructions.

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The Guardian

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It may be some way off, but mind uploading, the digital duplication of your mental essence, could expand human experience into a virtual afterlife

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It's Nice That

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Born and raised in Sweden, Simone has been building things since she was a child. Today, she runs a YouTube channel with nearly 2 million subscribers who eagerly anticipate her next “shitty robot”. We caught up with Simone to chat making things fail on purpose, getting bored and undergoing treatment for two brain tumours online.

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The Next Web

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By embedding purposeful innovation in design — rooted in service to humanity — tech companies can become true partners in their customers’ lives.

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The Next Web

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Scientists from the University of California, San Diego, have created a new robotic soft contact lens that lets you zoom by blinking twice. The lens can be controlled by your eye movements.  Eye movements like blinking carry change potential to signal. Shengqiang Cai, the lead researcher, told the New Scientist that the eye has an electro-oculographic potential, even …

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Design Boom

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designed by arnav wagh, FLXO takes inspiration from simple origami structures and can be produced on any desktop 3D printer.

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The Next Web

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Boston Dynamics creates some of the most incredible robots on the planet. From the company’s back-flipping biped to the four-legged dog-bot that Jeff Bezos hangs out with, you’ve probably seen videos of its robots completing feats of agility under extraordinary circumstances. But what happens when a robot gets sick and tired of being kicked, pushed, …

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japanese-french model mayben leans in from the left; american-japanese model aria polkey glances around on the right and in the center, virtual girl imma…

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Wired

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In an Amazon sorting center, a swarm of robots works alongside humans. Here’s what that says about Amazon—and the future of work.

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It's Nice That

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26,000 people have been surveyed by paper giant G.F Smith to work out exactly how we attach specific emotions to specific colours.

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Lego's newest STEM set uses bright colors, friendly shapes, and a simple coding environment to get 11- to 14-year olds into robotics.

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Even the most ardent and hardened of southerners has to admit that Manchester is one of the UK’s great cities. Blessed with an amazing cathedral, an abundance of brilliant pubs and an immense cultural history, we’re always looking for an excuse to hop on the Pendolino from Euston on a Friday evening. Now we have another one.

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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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