Baba Yaga is a fearsome character from Russian folklore who lives in a hut that walks on chicken legs, and either cannibalizes her visitors or offers them help. In recent years, she's become a sort of aspirational figure on the Internet.
Water-scarce Los Angeles should be a global example of sustainability--but it's not quite there yet
‘Did You Like Your Baby?‘: VR Puts Your Face on an Infant to Make You Want to Procreate - Motherboard
"The concept is that by seeing your own face on this child, a lot of authenticity is added to the experience."
California has entered the era of the “megafire.”
Top tips from the Getty Research Institute’s UX designer about approaching user research for digital products
How a lab of old technology keeps archives alive
Getty staff who contribute to or work with archives offer their best pieces of advice on navigating their complexity
To those who need to wade through the digital and physical maze of archives, they can seem either entirely self-explanatory or hopelessly confusing. When I say maze, I’m not kidding: archives are measured in square feet. When an institution like the Getty Research Institute acquires an archive—typically a collection of papers of various kinds such as letters, documents, printed...
Urban Pulse, open-source software developed at NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering, uses data to create a map that visualizes how people move through cities.