Things We Found No. 9
Well it’s been a while, but we’re back with a veritable harvest (autumnal reference) of digital goodness.
Manchester in Mind x Design Manchester
We’re a bit biased here obviously but we have to give a mention to this amazing festival returning this month. It all kicked off last night at the launch of Manchester in Mind with talks from talented folks like Tash Wilcocks from Hyperisland and our mate Dave. You can go see the exhibition at Kosmonaut and check out all the other awesome events coming up over the next month. We’ll no doubt see you all there!
An arm that can do everything (apparently). We like the look of this Kickstarter campaign, it’s already well on it’s way to making it’s goal. Not cheap but then if we can get it to do the brew round it will surely be worth it.
A 3D printed wheelchair for a kitten
This can definitely be filed under ‘tech for good’. A pair of high school students responded to a cat sanctuary’s facebook post for help after one their kitten’s who lost both it’s back legs. They created a 3D printed wheelchair using their school’s Makerbot. Loads more on it via the Wired article we saw it on first.
We’re big fans of things done simply and these beautiful illustrations by Anna Kovecses are definitely that.