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Watch the 8inc platform video now!
In collaboration with 8inc, this design platform aims to discover new possibilities for the future work space, working towards the creation of new innovations for both business and consumers.

During our studio platform, students programmed robots that draw things. Check out the video here.

DIC featured in AXIS magazine Japan.
Download the pdf here

On the 19th January 2014, the Design Incubation Centre and the Division of Industrial Design had a chance to showcase several of our works at the Art Science Museum’s monthly event “SUNDAY SHOWCASE”…

On 1 October Patrick Chia Director, Design Incubation Center NUS was a speaker at the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo. The main focus of this presentation was “Design and Innovation in 3D Printing”.

We thank you all for the overwhelming responses. Shortlisted applicants should receive an email soon. We will keep you updated with regards to the progress of the development of Roly Poly.

We would like to invite you to participate in our seminar on 3D Printing, and share your interest in this domain with us. Whether you are a hobbyist tinkering around with this technology, a surgeon using 3D printing for medical purpose…

Written by Design Incubation Centre’s director, Patrick Chia, and published by Laurence King Publishing.

Visit our showcase in conjunction with the launch of the centre’s new book, Design Incubator: A Prototype for New Design Practice.

Nature Sense Workshop. Join us as we learn how to gather environmental data using digital sensing technologies.

This week, we will be having our workshop Big Data for the Elderly where we discover how Big Data can improve the lives of the elderly.

Great film that explores trends in UI, Interaction, & Experience Design from the industry’s thought leaders.

As the year comes to a close, here is a collection of thought-provoking essays, timely interviews, and recognized projects compiled together by Frog.

20 Tech Trends for 2013 by Frog Design  

65% of today’s grade-school children will end up at jobs that haven’t been invented yet. Hence the need for looking forward to try to anticipate how technologies might evolve and how we should expect to incorporate them into our schools.

Today in our Coding, Hacking and Tinkering 1.0 Studio, the students presented their marble drop installations. Really cool ones! Students were asked to create an installation where marbles were dropped from a height and repeated using Arduino and Servo Motors…