When Kevin Durant goes on the road this season he’ll wear this KD7 from Nike. Check out more via my Sports Illustrated post here.
Buttons that move the desk up and down, that is. The latest offering from Ikea gives us a hybrid stand/sit desk adjustable with buttons. Check out my latest from Popular Mechanics here.
Hunter Pence has some funky movements associated with his swing. But he also has some crazy-fast science to go with it. I explore his swing for Sports Illustrated. Check out my SI post here.
Swing like the pros (or at least know what the pros swing like). An update to the Zepp Labs sensor and app lets users get even greater detail on their swing and a new partnership with the MLB Players Association allows users compare their swing to professional players. Learn about the science and the update via my Sports Illustrated article here.
Finely tuning goggle optics for the perfect experience takes a different tact depending on the environment. Oakley has debuted new Prizm lenses for its snow category, bringing a completely new optic technology to the goggle. Learn more about the process via my Sports Illustrated post here.
Yes, stunning artwork taken underwater with a desktop scanner. It may sound crazy, but it also sounds like art. Read about this technology and how it has gone where we never believed it could (or should) via my Popular Mechanics post here.
Nike knows air. The company always has. Check out the evolution of its Nike Zoom Air, including redefining the Lebron 12 basketball shoe. Read about it via my Sports Illustrated article here.
Bricks aplenty. Florida State’s Doak Campbell Stadium, with its more than three million bricks, is one of the largest brick buildings in the nation. And it offers a differing take on stadium design. Check out more about Doak Campbell’s history and transformation via the continuation of my Sports Illustrated series here.
The design of the future for the London Underground comes with brand-new function and fresh aesthetic. Take a look at my Popular Mechanics post on the new trains here.
Roger Federer gets involved, intimately involved, in the process of creating his signature gear. I asked the tennis great to explain the process for my latest Sports Illustrated article and he obliged. Check out how Federer views the process of designing a new autograph Wilson tennis racket via my SI story here.