Wow! This piece by B&Tailor is pretty amazing.
Robotics project by Tomi and Kati Hyyppä with an insect that reacts to nearby audio visual content - video embedded below:
The Cyberbeetle is based on a gorgeous Chalcosoma atlas beetle species represented in the insect box scans of the Museum für Naturkunde. Being little bit of a geek, the Cyberbeetle has his own hi-tech insect box with special features. When the box is turned on its side, small doors are revealed. Opening the doors unveils a home theater with a hi-definition flat screen, audio system and infrared communication. The horn of the Cyberbeetle contains an infrared receiver, which enables him to react immediately when the TV program starts. He likes music videos in particular. The Cyberbeetle is usually a rather grumpy creature that crawls slowly and murmurs along the way, but as soon as the TV is switched on, he becomes very cheerful and dances little bit.
Cesare Attolini F/W 2015.
Killer DB lapels.
US Military WWII M-1943 Combat Service Boots, featuring double buckles. It was an evolved design from leggings/spats in the beginning of WWII.
Evolution of footwear
Project by questpact makes a remote controlled quadcopter with the help of a handheld 3D printing pen - video embedded below:
Rapid prototype of a quadcopter created with a 3D printing pen.
Build time was approximately 2.5 hours.
The 3D pen used: 3DAirPen
The quadcopter parts came from RC Eye One:
La Vera Sartoria Napoletana
This bathtub in the house of Mexican drug lord Joaquin “Chapo” Guzman leads to an underground tunnel and exits through the city’s drainage system.