The Kinematics dress created by design studio Nervous System using a 3D printer has been acquired by the Museum of Modern Art.
The Museum of Modern Art has acquired its very first downloadable app: Icelandic pop musician Bjork's experimental Biophilia.
Real-time speech translation goes live on Skype, Facebook dumps Bing search, Runtastic creates a virtual workout, and you can order a custom-fit 3D printed dress.
The Kinematics dress from Nervous System was just inducted into MoMA's permanent collection, and it's no wonder why: 2,279 interlocking, 3D-printed triangles connected by 3,316 hinges makes this dress shift its shape as if it's rippling in the wind as its wearer walks by.
A convenient stacking design allows the All-In-One Kitchen Tool Set to store easily. Better yet, the set of kitchen gadgets will always be within reach.
Google has celebrated the shortest day of the year the only way it knows how, with an animated Google doodle.
Artist Janet Cardiff's spellbinding sound installation, "The Forty Part Motet," uses a room full of Bowers & Wilkins speakers.
The new feature can handle questions from up to 1 million viewers at the same time.
The acquisition gives Stratasys a leading consumer 3D printing platform, and gives MakerBot the deep pockets it needs to grow and compete.
Objects don't just sit there being useful anymore. As a new MoMA exhibit highlights, they talk to us in myriad ways--and get us talking to each other and the world.