“There are a thousand no’s from every yes” said Apple. Design is a special language to interpret the future. Eventually, it can make our everyday life easier. One of the links sent by Josh, Consultant - Industrial Design, introduces a mind-blowing project designed by Cheng Guo who made a set of hands-free tools designed to be operated by the mouth of the user. Enjoy and have a good weekend! Read more
The energy potential of hydrocarbons and how our reliance on maintaining existing infrastructures is stopping progression in newer, renewable resources.
Sergio, Principal - Medical Engineering, discusses the valuable insights into what inventors and designers need to know about the world of patents.
What the future holds and how consumers will accept the 'new normal' for wearable technology. Oliver Stokes, Principal - Design and Innovation, writes for Techopedia on the future of wearable technology.
Does a time machine really exist? Take a look through the links below to see photographer Irina Werning and documentary maker Jamie Jessett show us how we can reconnect with our childhood. Looking at the juxtaposed pictures, they are somewhat curious and touching all at the same time: how fast time flies! Read more
In an internet minute, more than 1.3 million YouTube clips are downloaded and 204 million emails are sent. Take a look at the amazing infographic Oliver shared in the list below. However on a sad note, Billy, our lovely Marketing Intern is leaving to continue his last year at university. We all wish him the best of luck! Read more
If you need some inspiration on what to do this long weekend, how about clicking on the link from Felix: a rare colour film of London shot in 1927. It might even inspire you to go on a tour of the city. Whatever you choose to do have a great bank holiday weekend and if you do decide to take the tour, maybe avoid the open top buses! Read more
The studio link-senders have been quite busy this week, and we’ve certainly got a nice eclectic mix for you. Felix’s link on the Millennials generation is a very interesting read. Supposedly, the people who were born between 1980 – 2000 are the most narcisstic, selfish and shallow generation yet. But they’re also the generation that will save us all. Enjoy! Read more
In the UK, we celebrate Mothering Sunday on 30th March; however this coming Sunday 12th May marks International Mother’s Day for 83 countries around the world. Not only are you now more culturally aware, but you also have another reason to spoil your mother. We hope you enjoy this week’s links! Read more
Morris dancing and maypoles – we wish everyone a very sunny and happy bank holiday in the UK today. And to our international readers, why not indulge in a little British tradition and don your bells and ribbons and join in the dancing?! To get you nice and relaxed for this 3-day weekend check out the offering of links that have been sent around the studio this week. Read more
Monday marked Earth Day 2013, a 24 hour reminder to raise awareness and take action towards the preservation of our planet and its natural resources. Keen to be green? Then take a peek at Matt’s link, a documentary on the environmental impact our waste has on the planet featuring a well-known face. Or if you think we’re doomed, there is always that option of a one-way ticket to Mars... who’s in? Read more
Who would have thought that everything from your smartphone camera to memory foam mattress have come about as a direct result of NASA inventions? You learn something new every day. Fortunately, if you’re taking a look at this week’s Links from the Studio, you might just learn four or five weird and wonderful things. What did people do before the internet? Read more
It’s Friday, the sun’s shining and we have another round of delightfully diverse links to share with you all. If you’ve ever wondered what the size of the universe is (who hasn’t?) I recommend checking out Marie’s link. And as always, we have a couple from PDD’s cycling enthusiasts… enjoy! Read more