This is true innovation. Take an issue of lack of labour and use technology to supplement repetitive tasks. I think this is brilliant in how obvious it is. Share this reboot
9 of the best… A powerful software like Photoshop can turn an average looking image or drawing into a stellar asset for a project. The trick is to learn to use some of its best features and optimize your workflow for maximum efficiency. Over the years Photoshop has become the go-to tool for architects for
A simple and, at this time, free solution for team task management is the multi-platform app, Wunderlist. See my post of impending changes with the application here. In the meantime, this app works seamlessly for teams… There are Pro and Business versions of the application but if you’re working with teams of less than 25 people,
I will post specifically about some of the productivity tools that I use but in the meantime I have included a link to my apple technology blog below which will take you to my blog on this subject and related tech’ solutions. apple technology blog Share this reboot
Sustainable innovation – instead of trying to refine existing approaches and technologies to sourcing water, the WaterSeer organization changed the focus to accessing the moisture in our atmosphere and then condensing it below ground. WaterSeer – a simple device that provides clean fresh water right where people live. Overseer journal provides the latest thinking on their
We know it’s coming…
Just like the advent of CAD revolutionized the industry, changing the ways that Architecture was communicated to building owners and contractors, virtual reality will be the next step.
The ability to now create first person immersive three dimensional environments will be a game changer for both communicating design and the design process itself.
The article below provides an overview of some the advances being made in the industry.
Change is coming… Urban Design Drones Share this reboot
Manchester team closes in on graphene transistors By Stewart Mitchell (PC Pro magazine) Posted on 10 Oct 2011 at 10:53 The Manchester University team – which has been leading research into the much-hyped material graphene – claims it has developed a sandwich-like architecture that could see the material move closer to replacing silicon. The “Big