Dyson’s latest invention? A $500 flat iron that won’t fry your hair

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The Corrale is Dyson’s latest foray into hair care, and at $500, nobody said that beauty comes cheap. Dyson made a name for itself in reimagining the humble vacuum cleaner, but the company has since broken into air conditioners and, more recently, hair care. In 2016, Dyson launched its first beauty product, the $400 Supersonic hair dryer , and it now employs hundreds of people in its Hair Laboratories, which has accounted for $174 million in R&D investment to date. Read Full Story

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Ready to invest in a high-quality air purifier? Dyson’s eliminate 99.97% of air particles

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These multi-tasking air purifiers are approved by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America—and also heat, cool, and humidify your space. Nothing makes poor air quality more apparent than smog, orange skies, smoke, and a haze that you can barely see through. And although devastating destruction and visible pollution are obvious signs of poor air quality, oftentimes unsafe air is much less visible. That’s why investing in an air purifier is a logical, proactive step to take to protect you and yours from the harmful effects of gas and particulate pollution that can make its way into your home. As it stands, 91% of the population lives in places where the air quality fall below the World Health Organization’s (WHO) guidelines. Read Full Story

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Dyson is building 15,000 ventilators to fight COVID-19

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The company will donate thousands of ventilators abroad. As the world faces ventilator shortages in the growing COVID-19 pandemic, Dyson—the U.K. company known best for making vacuums, air purifiers, and hair dryers—designed and built a new ventilator in 10 days. Dubbed CoVent, it’s a bed-mounted, portable ventilator that can run from battery power in field-hospital conditions. Read Full Story

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This stunning immersive exhibit explores van Gogh’s art in a whole new way

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40 laser projectors turn the Dutch painter’s masterworks—and tortured life—into an experience that surrounds you. In a giant room above a former car dealership in the center of San Francisco, a plethora of huge, brightly colored sunflowers is being laser-projected onto a 27-foot-high wall. Soon, the sunflowers fade into a series of animated swirls, blinking stars, and vivid depictions of the lights of a late-19th-century French village reflected in an undulating river. And then four faces appear—each an upside-down self-portrait of Vincent van Gogh. Standing on a riser about 10 feet above the floor, you feel like you’re deep inside an animated interpretation of one of the famous Dutch artist’s most celebrated paintings, The Starry Night . Read Full Story

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‘Parasite’ has reemerged as a powerful source for class-warfare memes during the pandemic

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The best-picture winner has proven so “metaphorical” during this time of quarantine and tragedy. Get used to it. In the dwindling days of the prequarantine U.S., perhaps around the time you last set ass in an actual movie theater seat, the president was laser-focused on the country’s most pressing issue: not understanding why Parasite won best picture at this year’s Oscars . Read Full Story

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