Magnus Andersson, Senior Project Manager at Sony Ericsson, discusses the new brand and handset Xperia X1 and its global release at Tent London.
Ross Lovegrove and architect and ecologist Ken Yeang show how nature can inspire our living spaces and cities by fusing efficiency and beauty.
Discussing alternative means of energy sourcing, the two provide an optimistic and engaging outlook on the future of our built landscapes.
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Nicholas Negroponte talks about how One Laptop per Child is doing, two years in. Speaking at the EG conference while the first XO laptops roll off the production line, he recaps the controversies and recommits to the goals of this far-reaching project.
Speaking back in 2006, creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson, makes a highly entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity.
Although at times more stand-up comedian than professor, Robinson champions a radical rethink of our school systems, to cultivate creativity and acknowledge multiple types of intelligence.
Kiki van Eijk and Joost van Bleiswijk take us on a tour through their latest exhibition ReCollections.
Presented at via Voghera in Zona Tortona earlier this year, their work included new additions to Van Bleiswijk No Screw No Glue collection and Compose series, Van Eijk's Stamped and Sealed, Domestic Jewels and Soft series and Patchwork Cabinet.
Novelist Amy Tan digs deep into the creative process, looking for hints of how hers evolved. In 22 minutes, she revisits her childhood, shares her family history and delves into the worlds of physics and chance. It’s a wild ride with a surprise ending. Amy Tan is the author of such beloved books as The Joy Luck Club, The Kitchen God's Wife and The Hundred Secret Senses.
Being that DeTank has been running on the internet for a total of 111 days and is entirely reliant upon the world wide web in order to exist, Kevin Kelly’s account of the internet's 5,000 day evolution highlights the enormous potential of design.
In this video, Kelly offers a fascinating look into what the next 5,000 days may have in-store for this, seemingly endless, virtual world.