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9 Highlights from CES 2020: Metropolis’s Picks from the Innovation Awards
From road traffic safety to the female orgasm, a slew of contemporary issues found possible solutions at CES this year.
6 Things We Learned When Designing for People with Disabilities
Lessons learned from The Open Style Lab's 10-week summer program, whose teams create wearables to address disabilities, at The New School's Parsons School of Design.
“Access + Ability” at the Cooper Hewitt Demonstrates How Design Can Create a More Inclusive Society
The exhibit, which premiered in December, explores how technology, innovation, and design can change lives.
CES 2018: Yves Béhar Unveils UV-Detecting “Nail Art” for L’Oréal
Designed with the beauty company’s research incubator, the miniscule device can detect ultraviolet exposure to aid with skin cancer prevention.
RISD Students Disrupt the Gendered Nature of Wearable Tech
Fed up with the gendered aesthetic of wearable tech, two RISD students have launched an experimental clothing line.
Q&A: Meet the Winners of Architectural League’s 2015 Emerging Voices
We speak to the winners of the Architectural League's 33rd annual award program about their scale of practice, what inspires them, and what's next.
It’s Electric: Wearable Tech Goes Haute Couture
CuteCircuit specializes in garments that blink with color and light.