“Surexposition”, fruit of the collaboration of Orange Labs and the Ensad lab, is a giant light beam projecting SMSs of participants of the Festival of Lights in Lyon.
Published 9 December 2014 by Nicolas Barrial
Specialized in 3D environments, Oliver Kreylos imagined a system that would take his body on an adventure.
Published 2 December 2014 by la rédaction
Seven 3D-printed models of defective hearts were announced by a research surgeon at a medical congress in the USA. A few rare infants have already benefitted from this diagnostic aid.
Published 25 November 2014 by Laurent Catala
Zoo Machine Festival in Lille shows 12 prototype games resulting from a gamejam that brought together 150 artists, students, game developers and designers.
Published 18 November 2014 by Jullian Champenois
After four years of research and 30 generations of prototypes, project Protei of autonomous sailboats cleaning the ocean is on the brink of becoming a reality.
Published 11 November 2014 by Quentin Chevrier
WeIO is a new programmable circuit board for designers of smart objects. Makery beta-tested it.
Published 4 November 2014 by Cherise Fong
Launched in Tokyo after the Fukushima disaster in 2011, Safecast measures nuclear radiation with a DIY device and shares the data on an open map. Makery met the core team behind the project.
Published 27 October 2014 by Carine Claude
Mini Metal Maker will soon let us 3D print small objects at home, easily and safely.
Published 17 October 2014 by Jullian Champenois
SAM completed its KickStarter campaign in 3 days, and just won 3 prizes at New York's Maker Faire. This Internet of Things development kit allows you to forget about coding.
Published 13 October 2014 by Francis Mizio
“The first shared composter in the world” was introduced on the 11th of October in Nantes. This fine piece of urban furniture is technologically advanced and could well multiply in Europe.
Published 7 October 2014 by la rédaction
“Tell Me” is a prototype of a connected music box that conveys “mood sounds”.
Published 30 September 2014 by Quentin Chevrier
Benjamin Bernard created a prototype to shoot panoramic views of Brittan. Like Google Street View, but his prototype fits in a backpack.
Published 23 September 2014 by Carine Claude
Treating severely burned people with 3D printing is possible with PrintAlive Bioprinter, a Canadian prototype.
Published 16 September 2014 by Quentin Chevrier
It's not the first 3D-printed car. However, it is the first to have such a big audience during its production.
Published 8 September 2014 by Carine Claude
The Tricodeur is a pirated knitting machine designed to subvert the sensible textile design.
Published 28 July 2014 by Carine Claude
How 3D printed medical tools are about to change space surgery.