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A French startup wants to take smartphones and apps out of the smart home device controls equation, simplifying setup to point and use.
KWAMBIO uses 3D printing to create designed objects on demand, doing away with the previous limitations it afforded.
A smart, wall-mounted light decked out with motion sensors that will illuminate your path when it detects movement.
New York-based travel brand Away seeks to make your trips easier with its beautifully designed and chargeable Carry-On suitcase.
The Edison bulb is reimagined as futuristic mood lighting using LED and laser engraving technology.
We offer eight of the latest peripherals and accessories designed to protect, connect, and charge the iPad Pro.
A delicious typography collaboration that involved 3D models of honey dippers and real honey.
From cacti to raindrops to trails, here are some of our recent faves from Society6 artists.
What makes a good online portfolio? We talk to a designer at Squarespace who has some inside tips.
HUSH designed an interactive project that lets users manipulate prisms to bend and reflect light while also producing an ambient soundtrack.…
This month's handful of faves feature a cool selection of finds from auto technology to mind-bending art.
Beautifully detailed ceramic vessels are 3D printed using deep acoustic sounds to shape the clay into intricate patterns.
A group of students designed and produced a functioning bicycle constructed with a 3D printed, stainless steel frame.
Swiss watch manufacturer MB&F's MusicMachine 3 completes a trilogy of unique music boxes, limited to just 99 pieces worldwide.
Anicorn just launched their latest series of watches that use rotating concentric discs instead of watch hands.