Category Archives: Technology

Rain Room by Random International

Two self-proclaimed artists going under the pseudonym Random International are the latest addition to the Barbican. As journalist Olivier Wainwright demonstrates here, there is some remarkable technology behind the piece. Despite looking like a ill-maintained Kew Garden installation at first … Continue reading

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Time in Words by Qlocktwo

In a similar ilk to the Positive/Negative watch designed by Frank Gehry for Fossil a few years ago, German company Biegart & Funk has released the Qlocktwo. Due to be released for sale in late Autumn, the watch was announced … Continue reading

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Radiohead reinvented in 8-Bit format

A relatively unknown YouTube user has uploaded two entire Radiohead albums in 8-bit format. Not entirely sure if it’s listenable or not, but you have to applaud the effort involved. Listen to Kid A above or hit continue to check … Continue reading

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IBM Wall Clock

The distinctive IBM wall clock made famous in schools, hospitals and offices around the world during the 20th century is to be resurrected by the Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co.  costing roughly £150. Via Gizmodo

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Review: PS Vita

The long awaited successor to the PSP Go was released just a matter of weeks ago after months of anticipation. The PS Vita, Sony’s second handheld console to rely on downloaded software rather than cartridge based games, is undoubtedly a … Continue reading

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Awareness is an excellent iOS only app which allows you to monitor ambient noise levels.  Although cycling whilst listening to music is never a good idea, this app will definitely help out those who do. Using the microphone, the app … Continue reading

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VANMOOF M2 Collection

Dutch bicycle company VANMOOF are to launch their new M2 collection this April. Although I’ve always admired the aesthetics of these bikes, previous incarnations required you to charge the built-in lighting system with a USB adapter. Not anymore. Following a … Continue reading

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