For Japan's Shinjuku Creators Festa 2013, Artist Emmanuelle Moreaux created 100 Colors, a suspended installation features more tahn 840 sheets of
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Japanese architect Ryuji Nakamura has constructed a nearly invisible 3D screen that only reveals itself in the presence of light.
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We at Inspired! would like to give a quick shout out to Japanese photographer Natsumi Hayashi for making these inspiring levitating
Zero Pod is a mobile house kit developed by Japanese company DCW that can be taken apart and reassembled elsewhere.
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Here are some mind-boggling 3D artwork by Japanese artist Nagai Hideyuki that we'd like to share with you. Check out
The 'Cloud' series by Tokyo-based designer Tadao Shimizu (清水忠男) is like something out of a dream. This series, designed for
NHK has announced a 145-inch world's first Ultra High Definition plasma display, with 16 times the resolution of a regular Full
Remember that creepy character from the horror film "The Ring"? The one who is responsible for scaring half the world