Archives: December 2016

REIMAGINING A SCISSOR

For those moments when we think everything that can be done has been done, designer Lex Pott’s Spring Scissors come in handy. Created for Nomess, they are made from a single length of spring steel, which means that they will reshape to their original form after use. They are also symmetrical and equally ergonomic...

MIT DEBUTS ‘CHAINFORM’, A SHAPE-SHIFTING HARDWARE SYSTEM

  A team from MIT’s Media Group has developed a shape-shifting system hardware system that consists of interlocking modules that form a snake-like body. Called ChainFORM, it consists of three components: a circuit board, a 3D-printed bracket (which provides a mechanical connection for joining to another module) and a servo...

WHEN AN AI PROGRAM CREATES MUSIC, IT SOUNDS SOMETHING LIKE THIS

The tune was dreamed up by a musical AI program developed at Google. Teaching computers to be more musically inventive may point to ways that machines can help with other creative acts, from designing products to writing eloquent text. Source: MIT Technology Review Video: YouTube.com

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