Think your film camera is old? Check out this New York City art installation of a operational camera obscura, an imaging technology that dates back to ancient times. Yes, folks, this is how pictures used to be taken.
The City of New York wants to reinvent the payphone, with design ideas involving kinetic energy, air quality sensors, solar panels, and augmented reality. Out of 125 submissions, the designs narrowed down to 11 finalists.
Definitely helpful for NYC residents that absolutely have to get around the city this weekend, the government operated PlowNYC site will provide vital updates about the progress on snow removal street by street.
A Brooklyn-based artist has been sweeping up wads of hair, chewing gum, and cigarette butts from the streets of New York to garner enough genetic information to create 3D portraits of these DNA owners.
Around 250 public phone booths in New York City are being fitted with large touchscreens offering residents and visitors a ton of information about the local area, as well as free Wi-Fi. The first 10 opened for use on Tuesday in Manhattan.