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Imagine hailing a ride through your ride-sharing app, and when it arrives to pick you up, there's nobody inside. Just four seats. No steering wheel, no pedals, and no human control whatsoever. Would you get inside? GM hopes that you will, and the company wants you to try it out next year with the Cruise AV...Continue Reading GM hopes to put driverless Cruise AV on roads in 2019Category: Autom
GM asks us to imagine a world without human error.The post GM to put fully autonomous ‘AV cruise’ on the road by 2019, releases first look of interior appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
An international team of researchers has discovered that the so-called "winter vomiting bug," norovirus, can escape destruction by hiding in a rare type of cell found in the gut. Norovirus, also known as the "cruise ship" virus for its propensity to wreak havoc in the self-contained environments of leisure ships, is the leading cause of non-bacterial gastroenteritis – a condition that causes
Lockheed Martin may have lost out on designing America's next-generation ICBM, but the company has been selected to help replace the vintage AGM-86 Air Launched Cruise Missile. The US$900 million US Air Force Technical Maturation and Risk Reduction (TMRR) contract tasks the company with developing the technology needed to build the nuclear-capable Long Range Stand Off (LRSO) missile...Continu
Recently, my wife and I went on our first cruise. Even though we didn’t have an inkling of what to expect, we now have what we’re calling “Cruise Fever.” We plan on being repeat customers for the same cruise line — and wouldn’t even consider another.Why?It’s all due to the completely satisfying experience we had from the moment we stepped foot on the ship to our final moment abo
In August of 2014—two years and seven months after the cruise ship the Costa Concordia sank off the coast of the Tuscan island Giglio, claiming 32 lives—photographer Jonathan Danko Kielkowski swam aboard to document what was left.At that point, the ship had only recently been raised from the bottom of the ocean, having spend two and a half years partially submerged—a home for sea life and wild su
The folded steel facade and roof structure of this terminal for cruise liners in the Chinese city of Qingdao is informed by the sails of boats that set out from nearby harbours. Read more
to develop the pioneering terminal, the team worked alongside miami firm BEA to invent a hydraulic boardwalk and gangway system. The post dror + gensler’s istanbul masterplan includes ‘world’s first underground cruise operation’ appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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