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19
Aug

Flyak – Hydrofoil Kayak

As an avid ocean kayaker, I was totally blown away when I recently stumbled upon a kayak design called the Flyak. The Flyak is a carbon-fiber…

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15
Aug

Soda Can Stove

I’m heading out to the Boston Harbor Islands this afternoon with my wife, Cynthia, for a weekend of camping on Bumpkin Island. The Harbor Islands are great, but setting up…

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02
Jun

Solar Roadways

Solar Roadways are exactly what they sound like…roads paved with solar panels. It’s a cool idea of course. Sure, they can generate revenue by pumping power into…

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28
May

Design with the Brain in Mind

Thank you to the Harvard Medical School for a fascinating day of presentations from world class researchers and clinicians in the area of sports concussions! Here…

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14
Apr

Living in a Modern Way

Kem Weber. Desk and chair, c. 1938. The Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA currently has an exhibit called California Design, 1930-1965: Living in a Modern Way (March 29, 2014…

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19
Dec

Who Needs Wipers Anyways?

Not McLaren. Well…maybe. The U.K.’s The Sunday Times described how the supercar manufacturer is exploring a exciting alternative to windshield wipers—force field-assisted windshields! “The windscreen wiper is an…

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04
Nov

Cloud Based Rendering

A new online rendering platform is available to all.  Lagoa appears to have similar rendering qualities as KeyShot (another fine program that we use currently), but…

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25
Oct

TacLace

Putting my shoes never seemed that cumbersome or time consuming to me. Even when I'm in a hurry, tying my laces does not strike me as…

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25
Oct

Apple’s Mac Pro Production

Attached are photos / a link to a FASCINATING look inside Apple's Mac Pro Production. The Core77 blog post can be found here -- Apple's Gorgeous…

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