One month after Brexit, there was Hack Brexit, a hackathon to create tools that counteracted misleading political campaigns. Six months later, the collective presents two prototypes.
Published 23 January 2017 by Elsa Ferreira
A house that adapts to seasons and opens like a flower. The nice idea of London architects became viral… 7 years later. But still not real. Meeting with the creators of “D*Dynamic”.
Published 17 January 2017 by Nicolas Barrial
Skipper Alain Thébault chose Paris to test his eco-taxis that hover above the water. Initially announced for June, the Sea Bubbles are still 3D models.
Published 9 January 2017 by Nicolas Barrial
Pollution peaks are multiplying in Paris, Chamonix or Beijing. Review of prototypes that are already making pollution and solution rhyme.
Published 19 December 2016 by Carine Claude
Airblock is a shock absorber modular DIY drone that turns into a car as well as a hovercraft. Developed in China, to carry out stunts in mid air, on the ground and even in a swimming-pool.
Published 13 December 2016 by Cherise Fong
Hong Kong’s first makerspace has created a prototype of the electric vehicle of the future... which looks like a dome on wheels.
Published 28 November 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
French researcher Mathieu Le Goc’s mini-robots, a new form of manipulable interface, charmed the Web. Explanations.
Published 8 November 2016 by Caroline Grellier
Plastic wrappings are a plague in Africa. Not for the Cameroonian engineer Calvin Tiam who developed a roof coating made from plastic waste. Meeting.
Published 22 October 2016 by Elsa Ferreira
The Chemputer, developed by Lee Cronin with support from BAE Systems, is one of the first prototypes to seriously tackle digitizing chemistry.
Published 4 October 2016 by Ewen Chardronnet
It’s the very first prototype to which the Makery medialab is contributing, as part of the cooperation platform Artlabo. Libviz is a website to view shared and augmented favorites.
Published 20 September 2016 by Nicolas Barrial
Engineers from New-York developed a "pocket" water jet cutter. Proposed on Kickstarter at an unbeatable price for delivery end of 2017, Wazer could generalize cutting.
Published 30 August 2016 by Nicolas Barrial
In Brazil, an international research on the reeducation of paraplegics thanks to virtual reality produced incredible results.
Published 1 August 2016 by Miriam Engle
Miriam Engle, an American labtrotter, is exploring South America. In Peru, she supports the Floating fablab project, a narcotraffiker boat converted into an environmentally responsible lab. Story.
Published 12 July 2016 by Cherise Fong
The house built by makers Rob Oudendijk and Yuka Hayashi has no foundation, its walls are made of extruded polystyrene foam and mortar. Visit of this DIY domicile.
Published 6 June 2016 by Cherise Fong
Two French artists in residence at Villa Kujoyama in Kyoto frame their encounter with Japan through paper windows that come to life on the small screen.
Published 21 May 2016 by Annick Rivoire
Louise Drulhe’s “Critical Atlas of the Internet” is a website, a book and an exhibition. This “fluid design” proto questions control architecture.
Published 13 May 2016 by Nicolas Barrial
Turning one’s remote control into a gesture-controlled casing is an idea from the Belgian maker Frederick Vandenbosch.
Published 26 April 2016 by Olivier Blondeau
In Brooklyn, neighbors are buying and selling their own electricity using the blockchain. For Olivier Blondeau, a new relationship with energy is coming.