The Sunday Gridlock - Design and Tech Issue #15

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The Sunday Gridlock
The Sunday Gridlock - Design and Tech Issue #15
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From building custom machines with proteins, to a robot that delivers medical products. In this issue we have gathered news on some of the things happening in the design and media world you may have missed.

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‘King Pleasure’ Presents Jean-Michel Basquiat As Son, Brother, Boy, Man
Metaverse design guide: Part 1. Creating user avatars for the virtual…
Univ. of Washington researchers design and build custom machines from proteins
How Electric Vehicle Charging Technology and Design Is Failing the Disabled - Techiexpert.com
Thomas Heatherwick designs sculpture covered in 350 trees for Buckingham Palace
Meet Drobo, a robot for delivering medical products.
Do I Smell Gas? - Technology Designer
SOSwim Safety Bracelet for the kids alert you of danger and drowning - Yanko Design
A New Brain Implant May Safely Help Those with Paralysis from ALS - The Latest National Disability News
tesla presents its cutting-edge 'gigafactory' in berlin with a dizzying FPV drone tour
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CURA by Altifarm | horticultural lighting, auto-watering, smart-home integration system.
Meet Littlebird Toddler CareTracker: It fills the gap between the age when parents use baby monitors and the age at which parents give their kids phones.
Inside norman foster’s ‘motion’ exhibition: the parallel worlds of automobile, art & architecture
MIT researchers optimize record-breaking insect-sized flying microrobots: giving bug sized flying robots a boost…
200 Never-Before-Seen Basquiat Artworks: Brief visual Tour
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