13 September 2011
A group of Stanford students faced an impossible challenge: design an ultra-low cost, high-performance knee joint that is built for extreme conditions of the developing world. Two years later, their Jaipur Knee has been fit on over 300 amputees across the globe and highlighted in Time Magazine and Fast Company.
We stopped by their Palo Alto office to see how they did it.
More from the Bassett Blog: http://blog.bassett.tv/
18 March 2011
Click above for a great video of world champion base jumper Guillaume Nery plunging into the ocean’s depths and a great example of media creating an interactive experience. (We’re challenged to hold our breath during the video while being drawn 50ft. below the surface.) How else can media invite engagement?
15 March 2011
Picture 1 - Designated bike spaces on Bart! A useful idea!
Picture 2 - Designated bike space on FIRST CAR of the train, where bikes are prohibited… not so useful. What went wrong in this design process?
8 February 2011
Art Murmur v2 — video installation in public space. My question is: why can’t we have this more than once a month?
2 February 2011
Coffee Perspective. (San Francisco, CA)
5 December 2010
Smart car takes a unique approach to the auto showroom — the smart experience starts way before you even start talking to the sales rep. Round Rock, TX (north of Austin).
21 November 2010
TEDxSF: ‘edges are not only at the perimeter, but also in the cracks’ - so the opportunity to push those boundaries/edges is in more places than you think…