BlackBOX: Design and Innovation in Melbourne is a show-project, developed and maintained by Ian Wong, Program Director – Master of Industrial Design at MADA Monash University, which collects the technological innovations and design developed in Melbourne. From refrigerators to multiple sockets, from the bionic ear to the bionic eye, the last frontier of biotechnology: 64 objects that affect all areas of our lives, also our daily lives, from sport to medicine, from tables to furniture, from cars to food. Even FBI agents use an Australian invention to collect evidence from crime scenes! BlackBOX is THE black box, invented precisely in Melbourne in 1954, the object that contains all the information to ensure a safe flight. The homonymous research project has captured raw data on the history of design and innovation as a repository for analysis and future research. The objects were presented inside 64 black boxes printed in 3D, and positioned taking inspiration from the Hoddle Grid, the road grid in the centre of Melbourne, conceived in 1837. The contents were visible thanks to the innovative mobile Art Processors system of Melbourne, one of the latest Australian inventions.