Weekly #TechARTnews – 25.01

by paradoxig

Every Monday, we prepare our selection of the previous week’s more important news. This week, you can read about: 

    Appliance Hackers and Music, Home-Office Furniture, Biggest VR Companies, Top Books for Designers

Apple Enters the VR Space. The VR headset will include a fabric design, a fan, and an expensive price tag (TheVerge

Gucci’s Collage Celebrates Black History Pioneers. The fashion brand has partnered with A Vibe Called Tech to highlight curators championing Black narratives (CreativeReview

Biggest VR Companies. In 2019, the VR market was valued at $11.52 B, and is projected to reach $87.97B billion by 2025, so let’s see who are the top 15 players (InsiderMonkey)

Sotheby’s Predictions for 2021. Virtual audiences will expand, emphasis on sustainability, local will be the new global, the Asian market will rise, are few predictions (ArtMarketMonitor

Best Board Games For 2 Players. In the new golden age for games, the selection includes: Jaipur, Death of Winter and Pandemic (TheWired

Wearable Cityscape Jackets. A pair of puffer jackets that feature a selection of recognizable architectural projects is part of Louis Vuitton fall-winter 2021 menswear collection (DesignBoom)

Home-Office Furniture. With the ongoing pandemic and prolonged remote work, forcing many people to work from home, 10 new products for new times. (Dezeen)

Appliance Hackers and Music. “Electronicos Fantasticos!” revive old electrical appliances creating new ways to play music, and involving the listener as a musician (Hackaday)

Top Books for Designers. Experts from IDEO, Adobe, SVA, HOK, Designer Fund share book recommendations for designers (FastCompany)

Sexual Harassment Incidents At Warner Music Group.  The group fired A&R executive Scott Maclachlan (MusicBusiness). 

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