Tag Archives: design
Sharp Laboratories of Europe have chosen the shortlist for #GetItDownOnPaper.
We talk to Sir Paul Smith about craft, cycling and his approach to design.
The design company that print entire books on posters and t-shirts.
We investigate he ToucHb, a device that can test for anemia without the need for blood tests.
Humans Invent sit down with Team Garmin-Sharp’s Director of sports science Robby Ketchell.
Humans Invent talks to the Science Museum’s inventor in residence, Mark Champkins.
Humans Invent explores the Digital Inclusion Innovation contest in search of the latest inventions for the disabled.
Humans Invent sits down with Team Garmin Sharp’s David Millar to investigate the influence of technology on cycling.
Humans Invent investigates harnessing new technology to make advertising a personal experience.
The act of lifelogging could go from being a gimmick to an everyday healthcare tool.
The artist who doesn’t glue, weld or solder his sculptures and only uses typewriter parts to build them.
The architect who wants to apply ‘passive solar’ methods to high-rise buildings.
Humans Invent investigate Janjaap Ruijssenaar’s plans to print the world’s first 3D printed house.
Humans Invent talks to Martin Siegert about his attempt to reach the subglacial Lake Ellsworth.
Humans Invent talks with Bare Conductive co-founder Matt Johnson to find out more about electrically conductive paint.
Humans Invent visits Thomas Lyte, one of England’s last traditional silversmiths.
Humans Invent analyses what exactly our “intelligent office” of the future will do.
Humans Invent investigates the latest sustainable tech that can turn your recycling into 3D printed objects.
Entrpreneur of the year, Limor Fried, talks to Humans Invent about her open-source electronics company Adafruit.
Humans Invent spoke to maker Amanda Ghassaei on her inspiration behind the 3D printed record.