Artist Becky Stern and stylist Diana Eng reveal their technological outfits projects. Photographer Maya Villiger talks about street style blogs. Marissa Evans shows her creation: the app Go Try It On. And fashion theorist Johanna Blakley discusses the importance of copy for the industry.
The waterproof planetarium floats in water and contains a bright light that projects out into the room, or even into the tub itself when flipped over. This is the latest in home lifestyle goods from Japan in Sega’s famous “toys for adults” series for creating relaxing atmospheres using ambient lighting. Sold at Japan Trend Shop.
O Retrode é um adaptador que transmite os jogos dos cartuchos antigos para o computador. O adaptador tem portas para fitas do SNES e Mega Drive e se conecta via USB. Para rodar, você precisa apenas instalar um emulador no computador.
Designer Tuur Van Balen talks about his project “Pigeon D’Or”. Kate Carmody, curator of the MoMA exhibit “Talk To Me”, shows works that use technology as a way to interact with the human body. Artists Yury Gitman and Joel Murphy explain the role of “Pulse Sensor” in art.
Filmmaker Ry Russo-Young reveals the role of various film and video formats; artist Alex Tyson and composer Troy Herion show that there’s still room for high quality sound and image; and Brazilian reporter Bruno Torturra talks about his experience as news anchor of a live stream channel.