Author Archives for Emily Dubovoy

ITP Professor Marina Zurkow’s Environmental Art Comments On America’s Greatest Love Affair

February 8, 2013 2:15 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

America should give a box of chocolates and a big bouquet of roses to its one true love: oil. We use it in more things than we’d like to believe and it’s killing us (well, slowly). Back in 2011, NYU’s own ITP Professor, multi-disciplinary media artist, and environmental activist, Marina Zurkow set off for the southern plains of the Llano Estacado in West Texas,... View Article

Damn Future, You Cray: A Hovering Drone That Follows You and Records Your Day

February 6, 2013 9:30 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Is the unexamined life worth living? Startup company, Always Innovating would say “nay.” For all you social media junkies out there who like for every sandwich you eat, show you go to, and bar you frequent to be Tweeted, Youtubed, Instagramed, Facebooked, checked-in, and Tumbl’d the technological dieties have smiled upon you. Always Innovating has worked towards their namesake and... View Article

Unlocking Your iPhone Is Now A No Go

January 31, 2013 1:30 pm Published by 2 Comments

Here’s a piece of news that’s getting bad reception (pun totally intended). As of this past Saturday, it is now illegal to unlock a mobile phone. That’s right. The U.S. Library of Congress has authoritatively knocked its gavel on the faces of all of the future American iPhone 5S owners and unlocking venders. The time to deviate from your cellphone... View Article

Damn Future, You Cray: Constructing an Entire Building Using 3D Printing

January 30, 2013 11:00 am Published by 1 Comment

“Make your dreams into a reality” – Every elementary school teacher ever. We’ve all probably heard this at some point in our kiddie lives. This is totally  a whimsical and unrealistic piece of motivational jargon to live by…until modern innovation made it possible! Enter: 3D printing. If you’re interested in tech news or are majoring in something techy, this is... View Article