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Many ebike makers have spent significant R&D time and money making their rides look like regular unpowered bicycles. The UK's CrownCruiser has chosen a different path, launching a retro-futuristic smart ebike that rocks a head-turning carbon-fiber monocoque frame.Continue ReadingCategory: Bicycles, TransportTags: Indiegogo, ebikes, Last-mile transport, Off-road, Carbon Fiber
after use, the structure can be folded, becoming about 1/4 of its original size, before finally being discarded and recycled. The post cardboard sleeping capsule by atelier OPA provides shelter in case of emergency appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Dezeen Showroom: designed by Jörg Höltje for Berlin-based interior brand Studio Hausen, the Link shelving system is a display and storage unit "stripped down to the essentials." Read more
If you're going to call your building a "sustainability machine," you'd better back that up with some energy efficient features. MVRDV has done just that with its design for LAD HQ, which will reduce its carbon footprint with the use of solar power, rainwater collection, and a focus on natural light and ventilation.Continue ReadingCategory: Architecture, LifestyleTags: Building and Construction,
With the development of mirrorless camera technology, the distinction between photo-taking devices and video cameras has become further blurred. Today, there are plenty of mirrorless stills/video cameras available that can shoot footage comparable to the standard of professional video tools, but at a fraction of the cost.In this guide we'll be explaining the key technologies and features of today
Xround's latest Aero Bluetooth true wireless earbuds ship with a dazzling array of features, with a low-latency gaming mode, 3D surround sound processing, dual-mic noise reduction and editable EQ profiles top of the list. But let's start with the basics; we've spent the last couple of weeks getting acquainted with them.Continue ReadingCategory: Music, TechnologyTags: Reviews, Earbuds, Earphones,
apart from the sustainability, ivana steiner sought to form a design object that is visually appealing, combined also with a political message. The post designing a ‘zero waste kitchen’ to protest: cook, eat and live sustainably appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Pelling is a town in the Himalayan state of Sikkim in India. It is surrounded by green lands, and white peaks are visible not very far away from here. The green lands on the mountain slopes had always called for woodland photography. With the Sun shining brightly, we went to have some fun in the woods during our stay at Pelling.You will always find such beautiful light at the proper time of the d
A 10th-century castle in the Umbrian hills has been restored and transformed into a hotel by Count Benedikt Bolza and his family, who created custom furniture for its 36 suites, restaurant and spa. Read more
Engineers at University of California, Berkeley have created an insect-like robot that can scamper along quickly and turn on a dime - perhaps literally. The bot owes its fancy footwork to… well, its fancy feet, which use varying voltages to alternate stickiness and make sharp turns.Continue ReadingCategory: Robotics, TechnologyTags: Robot, Robots, Robotic, Insect, UC Berkeley, University of Calif 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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