Stop-motion illuminates a summarized Type History.
Demonstrating Quantum Levitation—Future Design Visions?
Quantum Levitation, demonstrated at the University of Tel-Aviv.
Many people have long-imagined personal transportation based on this technology, thanks not only to science-fiction, but to a basic understanding that many sources of energy are founded on the Earth’s magnetism, and that these are under-utilized in the designs of today’s world.
Seeing this hockey-puck-like “vehicle” neatly hovering over the curves of a cicular track, it’s easy to imagine a future in transportation, urban development and landscaping no longer bound by the carbon-burning, land-consuming models of the industrial revolution.
Malaria > A Cleverly Filmed Comic Book Story
Utilizing only modest amounts of time-lapse animation techniques and no other technical film effects, this cleverly-rendered drawn story created by Edson Oda packs a cinematic punch more akin to live performance. Inspired by spaghetti westerns, the story centers around a mercenary hired to kill Death.
60 Minutes visits David Kelly of IDEO
David Kelly, of the renown design firm, IDEO, discusses how he started the company, how the company focuses on a culture of idea-generation from teams made of mixed backgrounds, and how he contributed to Apple and current design education at Stanford.