The Home of the Future

 Manikins with well-protected heads testing out the kayaks and technology of our future.

Manikins with well-protected heads testing out the kayaks and technology of our future.

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Designs by Radenroro 

  Bikes  that go beyond, including speed- and orientation-detected lighting 

Bikes that go beyond, including speed- and orientation-detected lighting 

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Herman Miller Spun Chair

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Remote-control iPad-bot

 

Last night I attended Gizmodo's Home of the Future, highlighting "forward-looking products from design, technology, and beyond". 

A panel of designers and others in the industry discussed topics regarding the future of fashion, including what our clothes will look like, and how they will change (if we are still wearing them- seriously!); their adaptability to our future bodies and how we will be living our lives.  This developed further into thoughts about wearable technology, the involvement of science, and the integration of computers that has already begun to evolve.  Yay or nay for 3-D printing? Can fashion be transcribed into our DNA? We got a good glimpse of where things might be going and the insiders' thoughts about the direction of the industry. 

We got to hear from the minds of Asher Levine (Designer), Natalia Allen (Designer)Ricky Hendry (Isaora), Matthew Waldman (Nooka)Tim Richardson (Photographer & Director), and moderated by Jordan Kushins of Gizmodo.


If you're in the neighborhood, get over to 268 Mulberry St. and see it all for yourself.  If you can't make it, still check out all the products available that are already leading us into the future.