frog | Design Mind

January 29, 2015

At its best, sensing not only provides greater context to our stories, but actively enhances our narratives.

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Diwan-e-Khaas

January 26, 2015

This section is dedicated to interviews with makers and patrons of art jewellery who are Indian, of Indian origin, or based in India. I’ve also included here some of my own thoughts and writings on…

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“Traces have a notion of someone having been there. Traces convey memory, or demarcate or simply leave a mark. Traces can be read and interpreted, however that meaning depends on who is reading the stuffness.” Simone ten Hompel, 2014 The pieces investigate mark making through the third dimension and colour….

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A little biased since Simone is my PhD supervisor, however this should be an engaging show.

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The last several years have marked the rise of the Internet of Things and Big Data. These trends enabled individuals to gain unprecedented insights into their own daily behaviors through self-quantification technologies, ultimately empowering them to make healthier daily decisions. But self-quantification technologies won’t only allow us to control our waistlines—they’re also poised to help…

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(Phys.org)—By wearing clothes that have been dip-coated in a silver nanowire (AgNW) solution that is highly radiation-insulating, a person may stay so warm in the winter that they can greatly reduce or even eliminate their need for heating their home. Considering that 47% of global energy is spent …

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — In 2014, fitness was the name of the game in wearables and the broader Internet-of-Things category. But in this fast-changing world of connected stuff, 2015 is destined to become the Year

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That’s right, you can eat mushrooms that eat plastic.

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