Why outsource it, if you can construct your own using a regular desktop extrusion 3D printer? Fortunately, the Italian design team behind LAB+ has released designs for this on Thingiverse.

Source: www.3ders.org

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  By successfully blending old with new, Danish Designer Mads Jeppe Hansen, has found great inspiration in the art of traditional Japanese paper origami when developing and creating a new clas…

Source: hellomaterialsblog.ddc.dk

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Smart clothing could help transition wearables from being a separate device to being one that users naturally wear. The technology, which is already getting the attention of athletes, features sensors that disappear into clothing.

Source: www.qmed.com

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Drones. That word certainly has a bad connotation, bringing to mind all manner of death and destruction via human-controlled bots. However, the idea of a drone is much more than a mindless killing ma…

Source: www.crunchwear.com

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Super strength. Super hearing. Super artistry. Super expression. The future of wearables is really a quest for human enhancement.

Source: www.fastcodesign.com

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“I can’t come up with any new ideas if all I do is exist in my own life.”


Empathy is the capacity to step into other people’s shoes, to understand their lives, and start to solve problems from their perspectives. Human-centered design is premised on empathy, on the idea that the people you’re designing for are your roadmap to innovative solutions.


All you have to do empathize, understand them, and bring them along with you in the design process.


Source: www.designkit.org

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September 25, 2014

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