The Roscoff Biological Station in France's Finistère region has developed a kit to help people understand the consequences of ocean acidification on marine symbioses such as coral.
Published 13 October 2015 by Carine Claude
The BrutPop collective and the LFO fablab created BrutBox, a creative music tool that is tailor-made for disabled people.
Published 5 October 2015 by Nicolas Barrial
Oculus reveals Medium, an application that allows you to sculpt in virtual reality, during the Oculus Connect conference, from the 23rd to the 25th of September in Hollywood.
Published 28 September 2015 by Carine Claude
At the closing show of the Fashion Tech Showroom in Paris on the 26th of September, the illuminated Ocean Dress caused a sensation. An ethical and chic hi-tech prototype.
Published 22 September 2015 by Nicolas Barrial
To open Fashion Tech Week in Paris, Wair and WearHacks start-ups organized a Greenathon on September 19-20 that combined fashion, tech and ecology.
Published 15 September 2015 by Caroline Grellier
Mediated Matter researchers of the MIT Media Lab in Boston developed the very first 3D printer for glass. Opening new possibilities for design and architecture.
Published 8 September 2015 by Nicolas Barrial
Open Hybrid, developed by a design researcher at MIT, combines augmented reality with the Arduino micro controller. And allows you to design hybrid objects in open source.
Published 11 August 2015 by Nicolas Barrial
The University of Tokyo has just prototyped a device that addresses new modes of digital projection, such as projection mapping and augmented reality.
Published 3 August 2015 by Nicolas Barrial
The Spyropoulos Design Lab in London explores a “conscious” architecture driven by design and Arduinos according to behavioural patterns. An ecology serving man and city.
Published 25 July 2015 by Caroline Grellier
How an ancestral know-how of bark cloth production became an international eco-fashion company, between Uganda and Germany.
Published 20 July 2015 by Robin Lambert
After cultivating bacteria or algae that naturally produce light, San Francisco-based Glowing Plant are about to launch their first genetically modified plant kit.
Published 13 July 2015 by Carine Claude
Following its second successful Kickstarter campaign, Makey Makey will commercialize its new prototyping kit on USB stick. For when you want to hack your banana in a jiffy.
Published 6 July 2015 by Nicolas Barrial
Stuart McAndrew made a satellite without any spatial knowledge. OzQube-1 is a picosatellite that paves the maker’s way towards the stars.
Published 29 June 2015 by Laurent Catala
With "Induction Series" the Belgian sound artist is producing a series of sculptures that play with resonance and architecture to create vibratory fields.
Published 23 June 2015 by Nicolas Barrial
La modélisation et le prototypage à l'aide d'un casque VR ne sont pas encore vraiment à portée de main. Makery a passé en revue les solutions plus ou moins immersives à disposition. Ever since “Minority Report” and “The Matrix”, computer manufacturers have been dreaming about it, but modeling and prototyping using a VR headset isn't quite here ye
Published 16 June 2015 by Nicolas Barrial
Prototypes paraded across Innovation Village at Futur en Seine 2015, Paris' all-digital festival, at Gaîté Lyrique from June 11 to 14.
Published 9 June 2015 by Carine Claude
From the 11th until the 14th of June, l’Atelier des chercheurs is presenting at Futur en Seine Do Doc, an educational documentation station that inspired Opendoc, a new tool for fablabs.
Published 1 June 2015 by Laurent Catala
"1000 Galantes" from the experimental collective One Life Remains is similar to a life-size collaborative game. Up to 25 people can interact with laser pointers on a "black box" area
Published 22 May 2015 by Nicolas Barrial
Passing objects transform virtual reality into “surrealism” in “Lab’Surd”, installation of the researcher artist Judith Guez.
Published 18 May 2015 by Ewen Chardronnet
An application to have an object you designed in vector produced, it's Fab Family, editing platform for a democratised and distributed design.