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the site was originally a dormitory constructed in the 1960s, with a cluster of other structures surrounding an irregularly shaped courtyard. The post vector architects restores a beijing courtyard to include a gallery and café appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
in urban mode, the bike pairs with a bespoke jacket which 'taps' riders on the shoulder to warn them if another vehicle is in their blind spot. The post arc vector claims to be world’s most advanced electric motorcycle appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the setting had been frequently modified over the years, and the architects were keen to preserve the building's 'precious traces of time'. The post vector architects turns traditional chinese courtyard into multi-functional community library appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
First the robots came for factory workers, then they came for taxi drivers – and now they're coming for your dog. Anki's new home robot, named Vector, is part pet and part digital assistant, but just how good is he at those jobs? After a few weeks of having a pet robot living in the kitchen, we've come to enjoy his company – but not for the reasons we expected... Continue Reading Vector re
EICMA, probably the world's premiere motorcycle expo, is thundering up on us, and one release we're excited to check out will be Arc's new Vector, an electric streetbike hailing from the UK that promises to launch with a heads-up display helmet and haptic feedback jacket... Continue Reading Arc teases its Vector electric motorcycle, complete with haptic jacket and HUD helmet Category: Mot
Sci-fi has long promised that robots would be living in our houses someday, helping us out and basically becoming a member of the family. But that hasn't really happened yet – after all, it's hard to really get attached to your Roomba or Alexa. Now robotics company Anki is unveiling Vector, an emotive little fella who's basically a cross between a smart home assistant and a pet. New Atlas
Vector Architects has transformed a disused sugar mill in China's mountainous Yangshuo County into a resort hotel featuring a group of gabled masonry structures designed to complement the existing industrial architecture. Read more is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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