Microsoft boldly predicts enterprise technology 5 to 10 years from now. Aside from wall-sized and borderless touchscreens, the company imagines we’ll have more mature augmented reality and wearable devices.
Art & Design
Mythbuster Adam Savage spent nearly a month building this insanely detailed replica of the hedge maze model from Stanley Kubrick’s horror classic The Shining for his latest project on Tested. The work it took just to flock all the hedges is crazy.
Droog Designs’ clever cutlery is cut from thin slivers of birch plywood. They’re sold in packs of 10, in paper sacks of forks, knives, and spoons. We suggest bringing them to picnics, then using them as kindling for your campfire.
Clothes made of glass-coated fabric. If someone takes a picture of you with a flash when you’re wearing any of these, the glass will reflect the flash back at the camera, obscuring your face in the process. If only they worked without a flash.
Josh Carmody’s clever stool does have legs. It’s just that there’s only three of them. The diagonal cross brace and the stool’s proportions make it seem like it has four legs when viewed from certain angles. Contact Josh to order.
Build tiny, intricate urban landscapes with these full-color 3D printed blocks, inspired by architecture from major cities around the world. They snap into a special baseplate which can even house LED illumination for their windows.
Leave a truly lasting impression with these very special business cards, printed onto real matte finish carbon fiber. Minimum quantity is 50 cards, and at $20 per card, you’ll only want to leave them with very special clients and prospects.