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At its core, furniture serves a practical function but when designers are able to incorporate a playful aspect to it, it becomes that much more enjoyable to use. At this year’s WantedDesign show, furniture designer Louis Lim of Makingworks in collaboration with 3form debuted Mobius, an interactive bench that’s part furniture, part lighting experience that gets activated by touch. WATCH: Louis was the artist in residence for five weeks at 3form’s headquarters in Salt Lake City where he had the opportunity to access 3form’s special machines to create Mobius. The circular bench is made with a new material by 3form called Dark Chroma and is connected to a series of motion sensors that are sensitive to touch, pressure, and location. Light ripples throughout the bench like a stone dropped into a fluorescent pool depending on where you tap it and how hard you do it.
BBC News 24
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accused the government of failing to tackle extremism by cutting security forces and overseeing record levels of uncontrolled migration. Our political correspondent. Ukip, back in campaigning mode after the Manchester attack. Lighting candles, they say, is not enough. Instead, an.
Channel 4
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for... BOOING Rubbish! It was not trying to jump on the back of Manchester or anything like that, it was basically telling these people that they will not beat us. You say also that lighting candles is not enough, isn't.
ITV
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When challenged in his approach, his supporters weren't impressed. You say that lighting candles is not enough. Isn't that an insult to all the people who have come out? (CRIES OF OUTRAGE) Ask a sensible question! The manifesto's author then appeared to blame Theresa May
BBC News 24
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Ukip back in campaigning mode after the Manchester attack. Lighting candles, they say, is not enough. Instead, an accusation that the Prime Minister must bear some responsibility for what happened. Theresa May has allowed jihadists who fought alongside Islamic State.
Design Milk - Home
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We last heard from New York City-based Coil + Drift a year ago , and now they're back with new pieces that feature their signature streamlined look and minimal design. Debuting their spring collection at this year's ICFF, their luxury pieces include everything from a dining table to street lamps. The Soren Dining Table is the biggest object — and features a curvy, round shape made of solid white oak. The Cirrus Chandelier and Sconce have a classic silhouette made of clear cast resin rings that will appeal to a wide range of design lovers. They added another lighting option as well — the Bishop Tall Floor Lamp, which expands on their Bishop Lamp series. Photos by Genevieve Garruppo.
BBC News 24
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Ukip back in campaigning mode after the Manchester attack. Lighting candles, they say, is not enough. Instead, an accusation that the Prime Minister must bear some responsibility for what happened
Washington Free Beacon
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" "The environment and sustainability have played a major role in the design process. The new building’s energy consumption has been optimized through the use of geothermal and solar energy and advanced lighting systems. Thermal insulation, thermal inertia and solar protection have been incorporated in the design to reduce heating. Rainwater will be used for non-potable water use and the buildings short wings will have green roofs," the document states. In his remarks Thursday, Trump took NATO member states to task for not paying their fair share. "Twenty-three of the 28 member nations are still not paying what they should be paying and what they're supposed to be paying for their defense," Trump told leaders of the alliance countries. "This is not fair to the people and taxpayers of the United States and many of these nations owe massive amounts of money from past years and not paying in those past years.
The Week
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Now, after a £2.5m refit, it's been rebranded to match its sister properties in New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Shanghai, Hawaii and Ginza, a district of Tokyo. The dining room, at the foot of a dramatic staircase that spirals down past shelves of wine and sake, is less hard-edged than the bar. The lighting is subdued and the marble confined to a few high-level seating areas, while the furniture and wall panelling may well be bamboo. It's modern, crisp, comfortable – and very definitely Japanese. The waiters and waitresses, who are, as we have already established, definitely not, bow diffidently as we are led to our table and I'm handed what's described in the menu as a "flawless" Manhattan. No obvious flaw presents itself. We choose a selection from the sushi, sashimi and robata sections of the menu, seeking maximum exposure to the Japonaiserie.
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kindly to suggestions that this was an insensitive time to be launching a manifesto. You say you are not exploiting Manchester, but you say also that lighting candles is not enough. Isn't that an insult to all the people who have come out... (JEERING) No, it's not insulting people. People have a right to go out and like candles and of course,.
Daily Mail - Home
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Nuttall said words of sympathy on social media and lighting candles of tribute at vigils are 'not enough' and that a drastic security measures should be imposed.
BBC News 24
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Reporters were shouted down as they sought to challenge party leader Paul Nuttall. From Westminster, here's our political correspondent, Leila Nathoo. Ukip back in campaigning mode after the Manchester attack. Lighting candles, they say, is not enough. Instead, an accusation that the Prime Minister must.
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Techradar
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Hot on the heels of the Olympus Tough TG-5 , Ricoh has taken the wraps off another new rugged compact camera, the WG-50. As youd expect, the WG-50 has some strong tough credentials it's waterproof to a depth of 14m/45.9ft and shockproof from a fall of up to 1.6m/5.2ft, while it should withstand a force of up to 100kg/220lbs. It's also dust-proof, and can operate in temperatures down to -10C/14F. While Olympus has opted to reduce the resolution from 16MP to 12MP on the TG-5 in an effort to improve image quality at higher sensitivities, Ricoh has opted to stick with a 16MP back-illuminated sensor with an ISO ceiling of 6400. For video, theres no 4K capture instead movies are recorded at Full HD at 30p. Light up your underwater world The 5x optical zoom has a pretty broad focal zoom range, from 28-140mm, while there are six LED macro lights dotted round the front of the lens barrel to deliver bright and uniformed lighting round your subject ideal when shooting underwater subjects.
BBC Parliament
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you say lighting candles is not enough, is that an insult to all the people who come out dart..
SiteProNews
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2 percent for conventional videos seen on a desktop, he says. In-store promotion One way marketers are using VR is as part of in-store promotions and experiences. Customers can, say, check out a remodeled bedroom in VR, while they're just a few feet away from the products they would need to buy. Take Lowe's . About a year ago, the retailer introduced an app that uses the technology to help consumers visualize home improvements. In Holorooms, customers can put on Oculus Rift headsets and choose everything from lighting and paint color to fixtures, then arrange them in a room with real-life dimensions. If they don't like what they see, they can substitute, say, a different wallpaper and decide whether that suits them better. Lowe's shoppers can also view their home improvement projects at home, with a Google Cardboard viewing device.
Techradar
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The case also features a dashing circuit board design that lights up with RGB lighting. MSI has yet to share availability details on the Infinite A, but we know configuration will run between $1,299 (about 1,000, AU$1,730) and $2,099 (about 1,620, AU$2,800). Get ready to see a lot of best gaming PC candidates at Computex 2017
Sky News
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is now in morning. And still they come to remember those who have died in this attack on those whose lives have been changed forever. Lighting candles, as you can.
Dezeen
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Hackaday
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We have a love-hate relationship with biometric ID. After all, it looks so cool when the hero in a sci-fi movie enters the restricted-access area after having his hand and iris scanned. But that's about the best you can say about biometric security. It's conceptually flawed in a bunch of ways, and nearly every implementation we've seen gets broken sooner or later. Case in point: prolific anti-biometry hacker [starbug] and a group of friends at the Berlin CCC are able to authenticate to the Samsung Pay payment system through the iris scanner. The video, embedded below, shows you how: take a picture of the target's eye, print it out, and hold it up to the phone. That was hard! Sarcasm aside, the iris sensor uses IR to recognize patterns in your eye, so [starbug] and Co. had to use a camera with night vision mode. A contact lens placed over the photo completes the illusion we're guessing it gets the reflections from room lighting right.
BBC One Wales
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type? They need heat at at least 30 degrees so they can move but they also need ultraviolet light. This help keeps the shell is strong and they cannot survive without it. Richard helps UK border forced to check for illegal imports. This has any adequate shell which is caused by poor lighting and inadequate diet. The owners do not know how to look.
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