3D Printed Cameras Take A Leap Forward

New and exciting 3D printed objects tend to conjure wild expectations about the possibilities of the technology. The final product, however, often falls short of expectations. Designer Amos Dudley, on the other hand, has knocked it out of the park with his fully 3D printed camera. It is by no means the first 3D printed

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Jewellery That Tracks Your Happy

The 50-year shrinking trend in tech-hardwares may be slowing, but happily it’s brought us to the point where we can feasibly wear some of it and actually look good. Rejoice, tech-heads: you need no longer choose between geek and chic. London-based design start-up Vinaya are ready to capitalise; they’ve just released their second range of

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Increase Productivity With Brain.fm

NB: This article was penned in the twilight hours of Friday evening, fuelled by coffee, a Cadbury Twirl and Brain.fm itself. Each week, the App Store is inundated with products that will increase focus, unlearn your Facebook dependency or keep your phone in your pocket. One of our personal favourites is Forest, which prevents  by

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Streaks: Sleek, Simple Habit-Forming

We often go to unhealthy lengths to form healthy habits and recent tech solutions in behaviour-building have unapologetically appealed to the sadomasochists amongst us. Take Pavlok, for example: a wristband which inflicts an electric shock of up to up to 340 volts if a desired routine is not being upheld. That’s sufficient voltage – according

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Nattr: The App For Tongue-Tied Lovers

In the Tinder era, a perfect one-liner can be the difference between a meal-for-one and a menage-a-trois. So you got a match? Well done – now’s when the hard work begins… Moving things from the phone-screen to the restaurant requires wit, craft and a little bit of je ne sais quoi. Writers block is therefore

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