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first image 'bufalino' interior view 'bufalino' by german industrial designer cornelius comanns is a small camper which is equipped to meet the basic needs of one person. the concept behind the project is to offer absolute flexibility during periods of travel. the minimalist construction is based on the existing piaggio APE 50 three wheeled light transport vehicle; a model chosen for its economic and fuel efficient benefits. however, the more complex structural components such as the frame, the chassis, and engine are derived from the original piaggio model. interior view
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How Does a Touch Screen Phone Work? | Cricket Wireless Ever wonder why some touch screen phones cost more than others? Or why you can't seem to get the touch screen on your smartphone to work if you're wearing a glove? Most people don't know that there are three different types of touch screen technologies available: resistive, capacitive, and infrared. Learn about the different benefits and capabilities to make sure you get the touch screen phone you're looking for.
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German inventors have developed a new material which holds the promise of replacing everything plastic with something as natural as wood. The material in question is called the Arboform. It is produced after combining lignin, a discarded element of regular wood with natural resins, flax and fiber.
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It's not your average science fair when the 16-year-old winner manages to solve a global waste crisis. But such was the case at last May's Canada-Wide Science Fair in Ottawa, Ontario, where Daniel Burd, a high school student at Waterloo Collegiate Institute, presented his research on microorganisms that can rapidly biodegrade plastic. Daniel had a thought it seems even the most esteemed PhDs hadn't considered.
Boy invents Smart Bell doorbell that fools burglars | Ubergizmo Life isn’t all that simple these days, and even if you think you’re safe from burglars, you do hear of horror stories from neighbors and friends on getting their homes ransacked when they go off for a holiday. Well, necessity being the mother of all invention has caused Laurence Rook, a 13-year old boy to invent a doorbell which is smart enough to trick potential burglars into thinking that you are at home, never mind that you are halfway around the world. Calling it the ‘Smart Bell’, it will actually call your handset whenever someone rings on your doorbell, letting you hold a conversation with whoever is at the door. Neat!
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Wannabe SEALs Help U.S. Navy Hunt Pirates In Massively Multiplayer Game |... All those years playing World of Warcraft may not have been for naught: The United States Navy has begun crowdsourcing ideas for fighting Somali pirates ... through a new video game project. The game platform, called MMOWGLI (Massive Multiplayer Online WarGame Leveraging the Internet--not a reference to Jungle Book ), is the product of years of research, will include more than 1,000 military and civilian players, and is planned for launch on May 16. It marks the first major effort by the American military to integrate both crowdsourcing and gamification into traditional military wargames. MMOWGLI was developed by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) in order to test the feasibility of using massively multiplayer online games along the lines of Warcraft and Guild Wars to help solve difficult strategic problems. The MMOWGLI game launching in May will focus exclusively on combating Somalian piracy, but the gaming platform is open enough that it can be adapted to other military hotspots.
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It was better than better. The piece of gubbins had resisted 2,500 C of heat aimed at it by the torch, and stayed cool enough to touch. Starlite, the nuclear blast-defying plastic that could change the world -...
The universe is full of weird substances like liquid metal and whatever preservative keeps Larry King alive. But mankind isn't happy to accept the weirdness of nature when we can create our own abominations of science that, due to the miracle of technology, spit in nature's face and call it retarded. That's why we came up with...
200 Best Gadgets of 2010 2010 was a wonderful year when it came to technology, new gadgets and other hi-tech news. In order to close it off with a bang, we gathered here a collection of the Top 200 Best Gadgets we ran across this year. This top gadgets list will not include the iPhone, iPad, Android, Kinect or any of that sort of technology, but consists of geeky, fun, weird, kitchen and other new gadgets that add a little extra fun to life. We hope you enjoy all the Gadgets, have a safe holiday and a Happy New Year! 14 Cool Gadgets 200 Best Gadgets of 2010 | Walyou
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Audiopad Update: (11/2010) Be sure to check out my latest work ! Audiopad is a composition and performance instrument for electronic music which tracks the positions of objects on a tabletop surface and converts their motion into music.
BMW 328 Hommage Concept Car To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the original BMW 328 classic of the late 1930s auto brand BMW has unveiled their unique 328 Hommage Concept car. It’s based on the Vision Connected Drive Concept shown at Geneva this year. The 328 Hommage will employ a straight six-cylinder powerplant and the familiar kidney-shaped BMW grille stretched upright in dramatic fashion.
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