My Design Dogma

Architecture, Graphics, Technology, Life!!!!
Feb 24
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Very Cool

Very Cool

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Nov 04
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This is amazing reuse.

teaim:

What to do with all of those old toys? Commission Evil Robot Designs to merge your toys into a bespoke sculptural lamp… then finish it off in a single colour high gloss finish… 

Mar 20
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designismymuse:

auau: ysy house

Very interesting.

designismymuse:

auau: ysy house

Very interesting.

Mar 05
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Nov 29
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Amazing infographics! Some of the best I have seen.

contact: rajkamal.aich@gmail.com (by r@j)

Amazing infographics! Some of the best I have seen.

contact: rajkamal.aich@gmail.com (by r@j)

Nov 25
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Nov 23
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Private House SB in Slovenia

Office founded in 1997 by architect born in Slovenian city of Ljubljana, Matija Bevk and by the architect J. Vasa Perovic, Born in Belgrade in 1965. Bevk graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana in 1999 and Perovic in 1992 the School of Architecture in Belgrade, after that he made his Masters of Architecture at the Berlage Institute in Amsterdam.

Nov 17
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New 2011 ronix commercial.  Pretty sick.  I already got my new One board the first neon yellow board they show.

Nov 16
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Hmmmmmmm I like it
subtilitas:

The architecture of computational error; this distorted form is the result of erroneous deviations in computer scripting used to generate the design for a standard housing prototype. More and details here.

Hmmmmmmm I like it

subtilitas:

The architecture of computational error; this distorted form is the result of erroneous deviations in computer scripting used to generate the design for a standard housing prototype. More and details here.

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Nov 15
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The next generation of 3d manipulation tools is here!

The quixotic quest for the perfect 3D mouse has a long and storied history, but the German-built “Axsotic” 3D-Spheric-Mouse looks like a pretty good attempt. Axsotic tracks a 40mm ball, which can be twisted, pushed, pulled, lifted, and so forth inside its patent pending, sensor-laden cage. Optical tracking watches for rotation in three axis, while magnets track zoom and pan in three axis of their own. The design gives complete camera control in a 3D app to one hand, while your other hand is free to operate a mouse or other pointing device to actually interact with the 3D object in question. Axsotic actually works driver-free on Mac and Windows, and a plugin is available for popular 3D softwares. No word yet on price or availability. Check out some action videos after the break.