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In push for more live video, Twitter officially announces the Producer API

 Confirming earlier reports by The Information and here at TechCrunch, Twitter officially announced the launch of a new tool for live video aimed larger media publishers and broadcasters. The Producer API, as it’s called, will allow professional publishers to connect their equipment  to Twitter in order to stream live video directly to its network. Twitter had previously launched… Read More


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We’re on Twitter Chatting About Sustainnovation

How can sustainability practices drive innovation? We’re on Twitter with Eastman Innovation Lab (@Eastman_EIL) chatting about Sustainnovation with Nanette Stowell of@Patagonia, Heidrun Mumper-Drumm (@mumperdrumm) of Art Center, Dawn Danby (@ecoworkshop) of Autodesk and Nathan Jones of Fluid Technology Solutions (@ftsh2o) who will share their thoughts on the most important sustainability practices driving innovation and the role of material research and development. 

Thursday, April 21st at 1PM EST

If you need a refresher, watch the video below with Dawn Danby sharing some principals of whole systems design from Autodesk’s Sustainability Workshop:

Feel free to ask questions yourself or answer the ones we ask. Just use the hashtag #EILConvos—we’ll be tracking and retweeting your ideas.

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How Can Sustainability Drive Innovation? Mark Your Calendar for This Thursday’s Twitter Chat 

Spring has sprung here in the Northern Hemisphere and we’re fully embracing the emergence of the new—ideas, materials, projects and presentations. With all the buzz surrounding spring presentations, design weeks, conferences and the like, we thought this would be a perfect opportunity to chat with a select group of experts about sustainability practices driving innovation.

Join the Core77 editors (@core77) and Eastman Innovation Lab (@Eastman_EIL) for a lively discussion about how sustainability practices are driving innovation. We’ll be joined by Nanette Stowell of @Patagonia, Heidrun Mumper-Drumm (@hmumperdrumm) of Art Center, Dawn Danby (@ecoworkshop) of Autodesk and Nathan Jones of Fluid Technology Solutions (@ftsh2o) who will share their thoughts on sustainnovation and material R+D for the future.

Thursday, February 18th at 1PM EST

From Patagonia’s Worn Wear program, encourages repair as a radical act in a fast fashion market

Have questions about your own approach to sustainable innovation? Interested in learning more about sustainability and innovation practices in the world of business and design education? Send us your questions. 

Tweet us questions using the #EILConvos hashtag between now (and even during) the Twitter chat and we’ll pick our favorites to ask this month’s panel of experts. And join the conversation on Thursday! We look forward to chatting with you.


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We’re on Twitter Chatting About the Future of Homewares

Get the electric kettle going and set your automatic coffee maker on brew—we’re on Twitter with Eastman Innovation Lab (@Eastman_EIL) chatting about the future of homewares with Dan Black (@blackblumdesign) of Black and Blum, Fred Bould (@BouldDesign) of Bould Design and Paul Haney (@paulhaney68) of GE Appliances in a wide-ranging Twitter conversation on the connected home, smart kitchen appliances, material innovations and more. Join the discussion by using the hashtag #EILConvos and sharing your thoughts—it’s easy.

GE Connected Kitchen

Feel free to ask questions yourself or answer the ones we ask. Just use the hashtag #EILConvos—we’ll be tracking and retweeting your ideas.

Follow us on Twitter @Core77 now!


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Twitter offering stock and cash bonuses of up to $200,000 to halt talent exodus

Twitter is giving away cash bonuses of up to $ 200,000 to employees to stop them from departing the company. Stock is also being used as compensation for workers who’ve lost out as a result of the firm’s plummeting share price.

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We’re on Twitter Chatting About the Future of 3D Printing

As you’re waiting for your prototype to print, log onto Twitter and join this month’s Eastman Innovation Lab Twitter Chat about the future of 3D printing. We have a panel of international experts representing the fields of material innovation, hardware development and the maker community joining us for today’s dialogue. Dive right in by using the hashtag #EILConvos and sharing your thoughts—it’s easy.

Beginning at 1PM EST, we’ll be chatting with Eastman Innovation Lab (@Eastman_EIL) , along with Erik de Brujin (@ultimaker), Kenny Harris (@lulzbot3D) and Filemon Schoffer (@3DHubs) about the future of material innovations in 3D printing. 

Feel free to ask questions yourself or answer the ones we ask. Just use the hashtag #EILConvos—we’ll be tracking and retweeting your ideas.

Follow us on Twitter @Core77 now! 


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3D Printing, Yay or Nay? Tell us How You Really Feel During Tomorrow’s Twitter Chat 

We know you have opinions about the future for 3D printing so here’s the chance to tell us how you really feel. Join the Core77 editors (@core77) and Eastman Innovation Lab for a lively discussion about how rapid prototyping, materials innovation and 3D printing at different scales for everyone from hobbyists to businesses.

Thursday, February 18th at 1PM EST

The current topic of discussion? The Future of Material Innovations in 3D Printing. 

How do material innovations impact the future of 3D printing? What are some of the biggest challenges for wide-scale adoption of 3D printing? How can 3D printing evolve to be more environmentally responsible? Along with Eastman Innovation Lab (@Eastman_EIL) , we’ll be chatting with Erik de Brujin (@ultimaker), Kenny Harris (@lulzbot3D) and Filemon Schoffer (@3DHubs).

Ready your ideas. Send us your burning questions. Tweet us your questions using the #EILConvos hashtag between now (and even during) the Twitter chat and we’ll pick our favorites to ask this month’s panel of experts. And join the conversation tomorrow! We look forward to chatting with you.


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We’re on Twitter Chatting About Design Education

It’s time for our first ever Core77 Twitter chat and we want you to be part of the conversation! Login to Twitter and follow along using the hashtag #EILConvos. It’s easy! 

Beginning at 1PM EST, we’ll be chatting with Eastman Innovation Lab’s Bryan Shackelford (@Eastman_EIL),  SHiFT Design Camp’s John McCabe (@mcc4b3) and Owen Foster (@Uncle_0) about transforming design education—even if it takes an axe or a bonfire in the woods. For the past few years, SHiFT has been hosting designers for a weeklong retreat and design workshop in the wild where they do awesome projects like this:

Feel free to ask questions yourself or answer the ones we ask with your thoughts using the hashtag #EILConvos and we’ll be tracking and retweeting your ideas. 

Follow us on Twitter @Core77 now!


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Core77 is Hosting Our First Twitter Chat and You’re Invited

Mark your calendars! Save the date! Core77 is excited to announce our very first Twitter chat with Eastman Innovation Lab and SHiFT Design Camp. Join the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #EILConvos

Thursday, January 21st at 1PM EST

The current topic of discussion? Shifting design education.

How can design education prepare designers for a uncertain future? How can material knowledge enhance the way designers think about the world? Along with Eastman Innovation Lab’s Bryan Shackelford, we’ll be chatting with the founders of SHiFT, a weeklong camp and workshop in the woods meant to foster interesting discussions around design.

Have burning questions about design in the wild? How about opinions on what matters in design education? Tweet us your questions using the #EILConvos hashtag between now (and even during) the tweet and we’ll pick our favorites


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Installation in Paris by Clemens Behr & Thomas Canto

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Both artists Clemens Behr & Thomas Canto achieved this impressive collaborative installation Paris. Tradmixed both know-how artists and their distinct geometric styles to create this visual labyrinth between 2D and 3D.

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Installation in Paris by Clemens Behr & Thomas Canto