Ultrasound cooking by Sang-Hoon Degeimbre

Sang-Hoon Degeimbre, who is a Korean Belgian, runs L’Air du Temps, a Michelin-rated two-star restaurant in Belgium. In 1975, when he was 5 years old, he was adopted by a family in Belgium, where he grew up, and in 1997, he opened his own restaurant. Sang-Hoon works with fresh products which are grown and harvested … Continue reading

Sesto Elemento Concept by Lamborghini

Lamborghini has unveiled their Sesto Elemento Concept at the Paris Motor Show. What you’ll find is a vehicle oozing with raw power. Lamborghini hasn’t gone in for all the eco-consciousness gripping other high-end auto marques, from biofuel Bentleys to KERS-powered Porsches. Could be they’re holding out for the technology to improve, or maybe they just … Continue reading

Food Companies And Health Science

Nestle’s announcement that it’s expanding rapid fire into the new world of Health Sciences is evidence that it there’s a massive opportunity for food to get closer to the world of pharma and possibly provide an alternative. Nestle obviously has a head start in this space as it’s been part of its vision for years, but … Continue reading

Eight Industrial Robots invade Trafalgar Square

London, UK – Outrace opens today, 16th September from 19:00h. To launch this year’s London Design Festival, the organisers have commissioned Clemens Weisshaar and Reed Kram to design an installation in Trafalgar Square.  Supported and enabled by Audi, Outrace enables the public to take control of eight industrial robots on loan from Audi’s manufacturing line in … Continue reading

The intuitive touch

A simple dream, a simple reality. This is the “Gesture” remote control. It’s sort of a ring shape, made to fit in your hand, made to be intuitive to your touch. Using GestIC by IDENT Technology AG, Gesture is one giant trackpad with clicker embedded in. Made for your television, but think of the video … Continue reading

Apple making next step forward with the liquid metal

MacBook Air

Apple‘s “special event” scheduled for this week (and probably heralding the arrival of a new iPod Touch) is intended to excite consumers, but it is last week’s Apple news that’s sure to capture the imagination of industrial designers. As reported by Cult of Mac, Apple has or will soon have “the most advanced manufacturing machine on … Continue reading

A decadent delight of tastes

Imagine enjoying foods prepared by Michelin Star chefs served inside the stomach of an dinosaur or ricocheting off the walls of a bouncy castle room that resembles the inside of a human stomach. As bizarre as this all sounds, this is what Bompas and Parr have created as part of ‘The Complete History of Food’ … Continue reading