Interview: Rumble Co-Founder Noah Neiman on the Company’s New Training Studio

Through design and branding, the team is has created a transformative fitness experience

Three years ago, Rumble opened its first location in NYC and has since expanded nationwide with 10+ locations of their boxing-themed, full-body group fitness studios. This week, across the street from their original location in Chelsea, they opened the doors to a new endeavor: Rumble Training. Trading boxing bags for custom Technogym treadmills and thoughtfully designed station boxes, it would be easy to assume it’s …

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3D Mona Lisa, NASA's "Galaxy of Horrors," overlooked women artists, modular homes and more from around the internet

Overdue Attention for Overlooked Women Old Masters Several significant exhibitions of Old Masters have been announced, and while large shows of Renaissance and Baroque paintings aren’t anything new, this recent spate is solely focused on women painters of the eras. From Washington DC’s National Museum of Women in the Arts to London’s National Gallery and Madrid’s Museo Nacional del Prado, shows dedicated to artists including …

The Teenage Inventor of a Blind Spot Solution

14-year-old Alaina Gassler’s “Improving Automobile Safety by Removing Blind Spots” project, which took first prize for STEM excellence at the Broadcam MASTERS competition, eliminates blocks in vision created by obstructive interiors. In essence, Gassler has eliminated a driver’s blind spot. Using a webcam, projector, and 3D-printed materials, Gassler configured a camera to capture the area blocked by the a-pillar and the projector to display the feed …