Now this is taking digital printing to a whole new level – Interior Design students – are you ready for this? Digital Grotesque is a project by Michael Hansmeyer and Benjamin Dillenburger where a fully enclosed room with over 80 million surfaces was printed in 1:3 ratio by a 3D printer. Amazing. Below is a [...]
Last semester the TDT offered a session of “What’s the deal with?” on Pinterest for the FIT faculty and staff. We could not believe the overwhelming response and ended up creating two additional workshops to accomodate the registrations. Pinterest seems to be integrated in more and more sharing and social media tools, so I thought [...]
Speaking in public effectively means more than getting over your feelings of nausea when you look out at a crowd. Lynda.com has an effective speaking tutorial on how to generate ideas for your presentation, building a storyboard, coping with anxiety, how to open, deliver, and close your speech with confidence and ease. Most go to Lynda.com for software [...]
Go to Website: Why Google Is Investing in Deep Learning | MIT Technology Review.
MIT just released its top 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2013 where their definition of a breakthrough is “an advance that gives people powerful new ways to use technology.” I like better how they first described the list as: Think of the most frustrating, intractable, or simply annoying problems you can imagine. Now think about what [...]
The music recommendation service site, Pandora.com, has reached 200 million members and interestingly, 140 million of those are streaming music via a mobile device. According to this TechCrunch Post, “Pandora streams around 200 million songs before 10am each morning.” Now that’s impressive.