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Visualised WiFi signals by PhD student Luis Hernan

Using a system which scans for wireless networks, Hernan has created images showing the different signal strengths and their paths, represented by coloured LED lights.
Visualised WiFi signals by PhD student Luis Hernan

Using a system which scans for wireless networks, Hernan has created images showing the different signal strengths and their paths, represented by coloured LED lights.
Visualised WiFi signals by PhD student Luis Hernan

Using a system which scans for wireless networks, Hernan has created images showing the different signal strengths and their paths, represented by coloured LED lights.
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HAiK + KAIBOSH reversible, two-way acetate sunglasses
HAiK + KAIBOSH reversible, two-way acetate sunglasses
HAiK + KAIBOSH reversible, two-way acetate sunglasses
HAiK + KAIBOSH reversible, two-way acetate sunglasses
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Kyoto designer Ryosuke Fukusada has created a ultra-thin wooden lightbulb using traditional Japanese lathe turning.
Shaped like a traditional lightbulb, Ryosuke Fukusada’s design is made from 100-year-old pine.
Using a technique called Rokuro, the wood is turned on a lathe using a bespoke knife until the walls of the bulb are between two and three millimetres thick, enabling the light from the LED inside to show through.
The design is only made possible because LEDs stay cool enough to avoid burning the inside of the wooden form.
Kyoto designer Ryosuke Fukusada has created a ultra-thin wooden lightbulb using traditional Japanese lathe turning.
Shaped like a traditional lightbulb, Ryosuke Fukusada’s design is made from 100-year-old pine.
Using a technique called Rokuro, the wood is turned on a lathe using a bespoke knife until the walls of the bulb are between two and three millimetres thick, enabling the light from the LED inside to show through.
The design is only made possible because LEDs stay cool enough to avoid burning the inside of the wooden form.
Kyoto designer Ryosuke Fukusada has created a ultra-thin wooden lightbulb using traditional Japanese lathe turning.
Shaped like a traditional lightbulb, Ryosuke Fukusada’s design is made from 100-year-old pine.
Using a technique called Rokuro, the wood is turned on a lathe using a bespoke knife until the walls of the bulb are between two and three millimetres thick, enabling the light from the LED inside to show through.
The design is only made possible because LEDs stay cool enough to avoid burning the inside of the wooden form.
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For a man who gave joy to so many of us, it’s heartbreaking that he couldn’t find any himself. RIP Robin Williams, you won’t be forgotten.
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Edible Chocolate LEGOs by Akihiro Mizuuchiby
Edible Chocolate LEGOs by Akihiro Mizuuchiby
Edible Chocolate LEGOs by Akihiro Mizuuchiby
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Johnny Walker reusable gift wrap by Prompt Design
Johnny Walker reusable gift wrap by Prompt Design
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Glaser’s It’s Not Warming, It’s Dying campaign aims to create a greater sense of urgency around climate change, moving away from benign language like “global warming”.
Glaser’s It’s Not Warming, It’s Dying campaign aims to create a greater sense of urgency around climate change, moving away from benign language like “global warming”.