Ever wonder what happens to your electronic waste? That old computer or cell phone you discarded? Do you want new electronics in 10 to 20 years? If so, here is your chance to do something about it by creating innovative new uses for online slot games. Electronic waste, or “e-waste,” generated by computers, TVs, cameras, […]
Magnificent Revolution (MR) is a not-for-profit education project based in London. Made up of artists, musicians, designers, ecologists, and engineers, MR has flourished into a cross-disciplinary organisation working in education, ecology, engineering, design, art, music and film.
Japan’s space agency has joined forces with a 100-year-old fishing net company in order to create a system to collect space debris. By Danielle Demetriou, Tokyo: www.telegraph.co.uk The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and Nitto Seimo Co aim to tackle the increasingly hazardous problem of debris damaging space shuttles and satellites. The new system involves launching […]
Last week we had an amazing two-day workshop, working with and recycling electronic waste into new forms. Guest lecturers and designers Benjamin Gaulon and Brian Solon were really patient with us and totally rocked the classroom! The workshop was a lot of fun! Not only did we get to take products apart (what’s better than […]
About degate Degates’ purpose is to aid reverse engineering of digital electronics in integrated circuits (ICs). Degate helps you to explore images from ICs. It matches logic gates on the imagery given by graphical templates and it assists you in tracing circuit paths. Degate is not a completely automatic analyzing tool. Degate helps you with some automation in your manual reverse engineering […]
A brand new product to replace plastic shelling: Paper PP Alloy. A paper based shelling material that is strong, sturdy, environmentally friendly and inexpensive to make. Paper PP Alloy is a new material for consumer electronic manufactures to choose from; this new material is made of the combination of recyclable paper and PP (Polypropylene). After […]
In a hidden corner of Hua Qiang Bei there are two large buildings that are primarily dedicated to cellphones. These, however, aren’t the same as the cellphone malls found in the district’s main street. Here cellphones are traded as a commodity or even as a raw material. Hundreds of small companies work with (and against) […]
Turn on the television, flip through a newspaper or magazine, or simply surf the Internet and you will see traces of what Theodore Adorno labeled the “Culture Industry.” This industry acts as a delivery mechanism for manufactured identities that are projected through a myriad of mediating images. These designed projections have consumptive intent aimed to […]