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Designworks’ Daria featured in The World’s Most Collaborative Art Book


08/02/2016


Lewis Carroll created Wonderland and the story surrounding it, out of his love of entertaining children. 150 years later, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is still enjoyed by children all over the world through books, games, film and art. 150Alice is a project celebrating the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. 150 artists

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Have Your Beer Brewed, Your Meat Cured and Your Coffee Roasted All Under One Roof


01/02/2016


Melbourne’s latest restaurant is all about promoting sustainability and provenance in food. Sustainability and provenance have become trending words in the food industry lately. But the two terms are more than just buzz words, they’re in many ways the future of food, signalling a change from mass production (unsustainable and damaging to the environment) to

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Microsoft HoloLens – A Glimpse At The Future Of Interaction Design


25/01/2016


After taking the HoloLens “mixed-reality” headset around the country to demo to eager developers, Microsoft is opening the doors to a much richer experience: a showroom, secreted on the fifth floor of Microsoft’s Fifth Avenue flagship store in New York, where developers can dabble with three versions of HoloLens in action. If you’re a developer

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TUBO – A foam tube filled interactive wonderland


18/01/2016


As part of the Hangzhou International Design Week in China, Mathery Studio have been commissioned to design an interactive kids space. Recalling an exaggerated scale pin board, the Tubo concept shifts the perception of colouring from 2D to 3D. The space consists of a collection of 16 giant all white food-shaped structures, a pool filled

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LEGO Robotics Kit Lets Kids Code Their Way to Mars


11/01/2016


An educational division at the famous toy company created a system that allows blossoming developers to explore the Amazon rainforest and more. LEGO Mindstorm robots have worked, over the years, to get kids interested in science and programming. LEGO Education, a division of Denmark’s LEGO, unveiled a new system called WeDo 2.0 that continues with this

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