Innovation At The Edges – How To Hack A Prosthetic

Hacking Prosthetics
Last week we had the pleasure of sitting down with Senser Jude Pullen at a top secret Sense Supper Club in London. Between discussing the future of play, his latest book obsessions (it’s Emily Pankhurst’s autobiography and Bad Blood by the way) and sipping delicious Portuguese wine, we found ourselves deep into the topic of prosthetic design and a side project he’d been working with amputee Nigel Ackland. More specifically we chatted about our shared worldview that, sometimes, the design process needs an edge. Lots of edges in fact. Continue reading “Innovation At The Edges – How To Hack A Prosthetic”

Five Ways We Are Continuing Our Journey To The Stars

Astronauts: Brains on zero gravity
Humankind has always had their faces turned towards the stars. The art of astrology has been floating around human culture since the Babylonians created the first astrological system in the 2nd millennium BC. The ancient Egyptians used their knowledge of astronomy to plan the construction of the Great Pyramids with impressive accuracy. Continue reading “Five Ways We Are Continuing Our Journey To The Stars”