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Life's Good When You Work as a Senior Industrial Designer for LG


LG Electronics is looking for talented Senior Industrial Designers to join their award winning North American Design Studio team located in Edgewater, NJ.

What Makes a Product Design Video Go Viral? The Case of the Origami Stroller


Last year we posted about 4Moms, a Pittsburgh-based company that makes unique baby products. The cake-taker is probably their power-folding Origami stroller.

Sit Happens: Noonee's So-Called 'Chairless Chair' Offers Wearable Seating Solution


Some are calling it an invisible chair while others are going with bionic pants—semantics, perhaps, but considering that the chair is a canonical example of industrial design, it's worth examining the distinction when it comes to Noonee's "Chairless Chair." "Based on robotic principles of Bio-Inspired Legged Locomotion and Actuation," the exoskeletal assistive device consists of a pair of mechatronic struts that run the length of the user's leg, with attachment points across the thighs and at the heels of the user's shoes.

New Technique for 3D Printing Epoxy-Based Resin Yields Super Strong, Lightweight Parts


Photo credit: Brett G. Compton & Lori Sanders) Wind energy is gaining support in the U.S., both on ground and in the ocean.

On Lightness: Sketches on the Connectivity of Art, by Marc Hohmann


Chiaki Arai, Kadare Cultural Center, 2012 // Photo: Taisuke Ogawa, courtesy of Chiaki Arai Office By Marc Hohmann, Design Partner, Lippincott "I would sum up my fear about the future in one word: boring.

Core77 Photo Gallery: Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2014


Photography by Mark LeBeau for Core77 The Outdoor Retailer Summer Market Tradeshow in Salt Lake City, Utah, is known for featuring the latest and greatest in outdoor sports gear and apparel.

IKEA's Future Products to Contain Flexible, Light-Emitting Tiles


Don't let the bland name of Scottish start-up Design LED Products fool you. At last year's Lux Live 2013 lighting exhibition, DLP showed off the flexible resin-based LED tile you see above, considered to be a potential game-changer in lighting design.

Tessel Supply's Anti-Gravity Backpack, Now with Magnets


I know, I know—another backpack. But not just another backpack. Unlike the brightly colored or patterned varieties that are all the rage these days, this one differentiates itself through its functionality, employing powerful magnets for its modular capabilities.

Rem D Koolhaas on Founding United Nude, Making a 3D-Printed Shoe, and Why Pencil and Paper Are Still His Most Important Tools


This is the latest installment of our Core77 Questionnaire. Previously, we talked to Umbra co-founder Paul Rowan.

Tonight at Curiosity Club: Nora Wendl and Coleman Stevenson talk "Paper Houses"


Tonight at Hand-Eye Supply, Curiosity Club pays a visit to inhabitable fictions with Coleman Stevenson of the Art Institute of Portland and Norah Wendl of Portland State University.

Plane Diverted, Passengers Thrown Off Over Knee Defender Altercation


Last year we wrote about the Knee Defender, a pair of plastic gizmos that an airplane passenger can use to prevent the person in front of them from reclining.

Beaming Free Info from Space: Geoff Baldwin On 'Outernet' and Why Code And Theory Does It All, Part 2


This is the second half of a two-part conversation with Geoff Baldwin, head of the new-ish Industrial Design department at Code and Theory.

Core77 Photo Gallery: Bike Cult Show 2014


Photography by Jeff Enlow for Core77 Once again, we were thrilled to support NYC's fledging Bike Cult Show as an official media partner and offer exclusive coverage of the late-summer exhibition that is shaping up to be the region's premier handbuilt bicycle show.

Core77 Photo Gallery: Bike Cult Show 2014


Photography by Jeff Enlow for Core77 Once again, we were thrilled to support NYC's fledging Bike Cult Show as an official media partner and offer exclusive coverage of the late-summer exhibition that is shaping up to be the region's premier handbuilt bicycle show.

This Junior Industrial Designer Position at Bose Sounds Like a Great Opportunity


The Bose Design Center in Framingham, MA is a vibrant and growing team of industrial designers, model makers, and rapid prototyping experts.

From a Galaxy (Where Credit is) Far, Far Away: The Unsung Work of Jean-Claude Mézières


When you think of knockout sci-fi concept designers, you probably think of Syd Mead and/or Doug Chiang.

Silo's Mesh Card Re-thinks the Wallet


I've solved the wallet thing for myself, I've got the perfect wallet for me. So whenever someone comes out with a new ultraslim wallet, I'm unmoved.

The Morphalite: A Flashlight Designed to Provide a 180-Degree Beam


When most folks think of improving the design of a flashlight, they think of making it brighter or smaller.

To Make an Emmy: The Surprisingly Old School Process of Creating the Statuette


Although the trophy itself is but a symbol for the prestige of the award, the statuette certainly provides a covetable physical artifact for those in the television industry.

Beaming Free Info from Space: Geoff Baldwin On 'Outernet' and Why Code And Theory Does It All, Part 1


If you care about the power of free information, you may have heard of Outernet, an ambitious new project aimed at ending information inequality, eliminating censorship, and bringing data to distant places.


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