Computer Modern

modern-art

SimplifyThatShit is a collaborative drag and drop project by Tim Nolan and Jen Lu that derives file data from an image to create random modern art by simplifying the picture to its core geometric elements.

Predator Vision

seek-thermal-camera

Seek is a thermal imaging camera attachment for your smartphone.

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Printables

robots

So…are robots set to destroy us all? by Michael Odell

With walking, talking joke-cracking robots now a reality, Michael Odell looks into what exactly lies ahead for mankind in the age of artificial intelligence. Are these machines really just here to aid us – or will we end up in a world that mirrors the likes of ‘The Terminator’, Mary Shelley’s ‘Frankenstein’…or even ‘Wall-E’?

Photo by Chris Leah

 

One Speaker to Rule Them All

the-core-wireless-speaker

The Core is an elegant little wireless sound system that apparently delivers unmatched audio quality to any room in your house.

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Free Market NYC >>> Black Market China

The demographics of the iPhone line have changed over the years.

 

The Real-Life Walking Dead Get Their Own Lane to Stagger Through

china-cellphone-sidewalk

The Chinese city of Chongqing is testing out a split sidewalk concept with a “cellphone lane.”

Printables

amicus

How to Succeed in Silicon Valley Without Really Trying by Noam Scheiber

Tech investors gave Seth Bannon millions of dollars, even though they knew almost nothing about him

Booty Shake

booty-shake-app

A very clever twerking app icon

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datacide

DATAcide by Douglas Haddow

The Total Annihilation of Life as We Know It

Warm Your Hands, Charge Your iPhone, and Kind of See in the Dark

3-in-1-hand-warmer

This rechargeable 3-in-1 Hand Warmer is an absolute Fall essential

Chillr

The only non-sex-based mobile app that instantly connects chill dudes with other chill dudes in the area.

Printables

Turbo-Grafx-16

TurboGrafx-16: A Quarter Century of Gaming Excellence by Leigh Alexander

The TurboGrafx-16 videogame system was released in America on August 29, 1989. On its 25th anniversary Paste’s games and tech culture writer Leigh Alexander remembers what made this largely forgotten machine special.

Indestructible Speech

The Secret History of the Vocoder

Beats by Gaddafi

gaddafi-speaker

Artist Petro Wodkins’ Sound-of-Power series consists of handmade porcelain speakers made to resemble busts of infamous political leaders from around the globe. While the selection of figures is surprisingly limited and random (where’s Sadaam? no Bush?), buying into this idea will give you some type of ability to “Smash The State.”

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Morning Dose of Digital Make-Up

Real-Time and projection mapping by Nobumichi Asai

There’s Truth in That App

sketchfactor-works

A Washington, D.C. news crew out on the streets reporting on a new app called SketchFactor, “a crowdsourced navigation app that shows the relative sketchiness of an area,” ironically had their van burglarized Friday night… in a sketchy neighborhood.

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Sony PS-F9

sony-ps-f9-linear-tracking-record-player

Known as the “Flamingo” in Japan, the Sony PS-F9 was a battery operated direct drive turntable that featured linear tracking. Including two headphone outlets, the PS-F9 went on sale in 1982 and was the closest Sony ever got to making a “Walkman” for records.

Make the Most Out of Your Workout

nike-drawing

Like using Nike+ to draw pictures when you go running. As demonstrated by SF-based copywriter Claire Wyckoff 

Work It Out

excercise-bike-desk

The Foldaway Exercise Bicycle Desk

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