Technology

CR February 2017: the age issue

In the new issue of CR we look at the role of creativity in transforming what it means to be ‘old’ – and why well-designed products and services should be solving problems for every age

How Sonos is changing the way we listen to music

A new generation of ‘smart’ speakers, linked to cloud-based streaming services is changing the way we listen to music. We speak to Tad Toulis, VP of Design at US audio brand Sonos, about designing such experiences

CR January 2017: it’s the Music Issue

From composing for TV, sourcing soundtracks for Apple and creating covers for Radiohead to the Red Bull Music Academy and a peek inside Trevor Key’s archive, our Music Issue has it all

Lucas Blalock Making Memeries

AR comes to photography in new book by Lucas Blalock

Making Memeries is a new photobook by Lucas Blalock, which comes in two forms. It is both a rather lovely book of images, but also becomes an adventure into augmented reality when looked at via an app.

The Tempest RSC

Tech comes to The Tempest in new RSC production

The Royal Shakespeare Company has joined forces with Imaginarium Studios and Intel to create a digital version of the sprite Ariel in its latest production of The Tempest. We find out how it was done.

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Fushi Wellbeing

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Monddi Design Agency