Imagine Creating Art Digitally

November 12

Michelangelo used chisel and stone. Alexander Calder used a welding torch and steel. And sculptors of today are using code and 3D printing to create shapes that bend the imagination.


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What happens when cars drive themselves?

November 11

Google’s self-driving car has already racked up 1 million test miles without an accident. The technology is so impressive that some estimate there will be 10 million self-driving cars on the road...

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Caffeine: The Fuel of Innovation

November 10

Nitrogen, oxygen, hydrogen and carbon. From those four simple elements we get the invigorating caffeine molecule. And it’s been helping great minds for a long time. Composer Ludwig Van Beethoven...

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What if the Shoe Always Fit?

November 9

What if you could always have custom shoes for your foot that’s slightly bigger than the other? What if you could scan your feet and create shoes that fit you as uniquely as your fingerprint? What...

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Did French Painters Invent the Pixel?

November 8

An Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte (1884-1886) George Seurat

Every time you look at a computer screen or digitally printed image, your brain is merging tiny pixels or...

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