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The line of dolls is called ‘Creatable World’ and features label-free dolls with multiple hairstyle and clothing options, allowing children to express themselves freely.
With a relatively simplistic design, Amazon’s first foray into eyewear doesn’t have an integrated camera or heads up display – instead the glasses exist mostly to interface with Alexa.
Hövding has unveiled their 3rd generation cycling helmet, which is less of a helmet and more of a zip-on collar with a built-in airbag that inflates within a 10th of a second.
Past attempts at using 3D-printing technology for large scale buildings have failed due to the unpredictability of weather but CEAD’s fibre-reinforced polymer could be the light-weight, high strength material we’ve been waiting for.
If you buy a new Hyundai soon, it may come with a folding, electric scooter. It’s the latest in a series of projects that asks the question: what does the future of transport look like?
Covering a whopping 150 000 square feet of roof space in urban Paris, ‘Agropolis’ will be double the size of the famous Gotham Greens in Chicago’s South Side.