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The Foolproof Lock for Bikes - Bisikletler için Kusursuz Kilit  by Lee Sang Hwa, Kim Jin Ho & Yeo Min Gu



This is amazing. izmia:

The Foolproof Lock for Bikes - Bisikletler için Kusursuz Kilit  by Lee Sang Hwa, Kim Jin Ho & Yeo Min Gu



This is amazing. izmia:

The Foolproof Lock for Bikes - Bisikletler için Kusursuz Kilit  by Lee Sang Hwa, Kim Jin Ho & Yeo Min Gu



This is amazing. izmia:

The Foolproof Lock for Bikes - Bisikletler için Kusursuz Kilit  by Lee Sang Hwa, Kim Jin Ho & Yeo Min Gu



This is amazing.

izmia:

The Foolproof Lock for Bikes - Bisikletler için Kusursuz Kilit  by Lee Sang Hwa, Kim Jin Ho & Yeo Min Gu

This is amazing.

I haven’t posted much about Revolution Kitchen on here, but now that the experiment is coming to an end I’m thinking about it in retrospect and think it’s a story worth telling—partially for my own catharsis, but also in hopes of spurring someone else to give it a shot.
Here are some of the photos from the building phase. I built it at a hackerspace in Madison, Sector67, and strongly recommend seeking out your local hacker/makerspace because they are awesome organizations. The design concept went through quite a few iterations, including a lego concept. In the end I was pretty happy with what we built, it was a lean version of the ideal cart that was cheap and allowed me to test and prove the concept. I haven’t posted much about Revolution Kitchen on here, but now that the experiment is coming to an end I’m thinking about it in retrospect and think it’s a story worth telling—partially for my own catharsis, but also in hopes of spurring someone else to give it a shot.
Here are some of the photos from the building phase. I built it at a hackerspace in Madison, Sector67, and strongly recommend seeking out your local hacker/makerspace because they are awesome organizations. The design concept went through quite a few iterations, including a lego concept. In the end I was pretty happy with what we built, it was a lean version of the ideal cart that was cheap and allowed me to test and prove the concept. I haven’t posted much about Revolution Kitchen on here, but now that the experiment is coming to an end I’m thinking about it in retrospect and think it’s a story worth telling—partially for my own catharsis, but also in hopes of spurring someone else to give it a shot.
Here are some of the photos from the building phase. I built it at a hackerspace in Madison, Sector67, and strongly recommend seeking out your local hacker/makerspace because they are awesome organizations. The design concept went through quite a few iterations, including a lego concept. In the end I was pretty happy with what we built, it was a lean version of the ideal cart that was cheap and allowed me to test and prove the concept. I haven’t posted much about Revolution Kitchen on here, but now that the experiment is coming to an end I’m thinking about it in retrospect and think it’s a story worth telling—partially for my own catharsis, but also in hopes of spurring someone else to give it a shot.
Here are some of the photos from the building phase. I built it at a hackerspace in Madison, Sector67, and strongly recommend seeking out your local hacker/makerspace because they are awesome organizations. The design concept went through quite a few iterations, including a lego concept. In the end I was pretty happy with what we built, it was a lean version of the ideal cart that was cheap and allowed me to test and prove the concept. I haven’t posted much about Revolution Kitchen on here, but now that the experiment is coming to an end I’m thinking about it in retrospect and think it’s a story worth telling—partially for my own catharsis, but also in hopes of spurring someone else to give it a shot.
Here are some of the photos from the building phase. I built it at a hackerspace in Madison, Sector67, and strongly recommend seeking out your local hacker/makerspace because they are awesome organizations. The design concept went through quite a few iterations, including a lego concept. In the end I was pretty happy with what we built, it was a lean version of the ideal cart that was cheap and allowed me to test and prove the concept.

I haven’t posted much about Revolution Kitchen on here, but now that the experiment is coming to an end I’m thinking about it in retrospect and think it’s a story worth telling—partially for my own catharsis, but also in hopes of spurring someone else to give it a shot.

Here are some of the photos from the building phase. I built it at a hackerspace in Madison, Sector67, and strongly recommend seeking out your local hacker/makerspace because they are awesome organizations. The design concept went through quite a few iterations, including a lego concept. In the end I was pretty happy with what we built, it was a lean version of the ideal cart that was cheap and allowed me to test and prove the concept.

Very smart: an ad about child abuse with a special message that only children can see. (via GizModo)

An interesting write-up on the role of simplicity in innovation, includes a good case study on Southwest Airlines.

emergentfutures:

Disney researchers put gesture recognition in door knobs, chairs, fish tanks

Imagine a door that locks when you pinch the knob. Or a smartphone that can be silenced by a hand gesture. Or a chair that adjusts room lighting when you recline into it.

A team of researchers at Disney Research and Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh have come up with a system called Touché, which uses the same capacitive technology as a smartphone’s touchscreen to imbue everyday objects with body and gesture recognition.

Full Story: Ars Technica

Thanks to Peter Connolly

gregmelander:

DESIGNERS AS CEOs

“I realized I should be helping designers become more startup-ey,” Allen tells Co.Design. “Those are the people, who, if they become leaders in a company, will model design behavior from its inception, right in the company’s DNA.” The trick is…for designers to do this they need not only their design skills but be able to manage everything else beyond the user experience. That is hard no matter who you are. by Co. Design via Richard Zaragoza

(via shaneguiter)

One step closer to the cars in Minority Report!

curiositycounts:

Driverless, car-sized personal pods make their debut Heathrow Airport

(via curiositycounts)

Very curious to see where book apps go… Moonbot Studios does great stuff too.

curiositycounts:

David’s Diary, a new app that offers six beautiful animated short films inspired by David Sedaris’s diary  (via)