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    Taku-Tanku concept micro-home is made from repurposed water tanks!

    taku-tanku-1Recycling and repurposing used articles is important in an environment that’s slowly being choked to death by pollutants. Keeping this in mind, New York city-based Stereotank has designed the Taku-Tanku for the Little House competition held in Japan. This home is literally little and is carved into the insides of repurposed water tanks. Two 3,000-liter water tanks and other prefabricated materials were used to build the Taku-Tanku.
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  • Heart-rate sensors in cars could alert sleepy drivers and help guide them to safety

    heart-rate-sensing-car-seatFalling asleep at the wheel while driving isn’t uncommon and incidents like these have led to accidents world-wide long since human kind began to imagine that sleep deprivation and driving do not go hand in hand. Incidentally, they do, and driving while sleepy can lead to severe consequences, endangering your life and that of others around you. Plessey Semiconductors and a team of researchers at Nottingham Trent University are currently working on a feasible way to prevent occurrences like these from happening.
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    FormNation E-Ink phone stays powered on for a month on a single charge

    e-ink-phoneWe all hate watching energy trickle out of our mobile phones. For the most of us, plugging a phone into a charging outlet is the worst part of the day. To make things easier, NY design consultancy FormNation has taken a few technological steps back to unveil this phone that promises to stay powered on for roughly about a month on a single charge! Dutch-born designer Jan Habraken and his team designed an e-ink prototype of the iPhone that is affordable, performs all the necessary tasks you’d expect from a phone, and stays on for a month on a single charge.
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    China welcomes home an unconventionally graceful lotus-shaped building

    lotus-building-1Conventional building structures that looked like cardboard boxes or LEGO structures are on their way out. Instead, cities have begun adopting out-of-the-box designs for buildings that lend a hand in aesthetic beauty and make life less conforming. Melbourne-based architecture firm studio505 recently pulled the veil off a very special structure in China, called the Lotus Building and People’s Park. Located in Wujin, the structure is exactly what its name claims it to be, a lotus shaped building!
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    Dubai announces the biggest mall in the world, the 8,000,000 square feet Mall of the World

    dubai-shopping-super-mall-1Dubai loves living life big size. This ideology is pretty much carried over to the architecture in the city too. Now, Emirate’s rulers have begun planning to bring home the world’s largest mall, nicknamed the Mall of the World. Unlike any created in the world, this mall will turn Dubai into a bigger shopping hotspot than it already is. To cover a massive area of 8,000,000 square feet, roughly about four times the size of UK’s biggest mall, the MetroCentre, the Mall of the World will literally be an air-conditioned ‘city within a city’.
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    Samsung plans to reveal its Gear VR headset alongside the Note 4

    samsung-gear-vr-headsetVR is the new smart-watch, and given the fact that everyone’s raving about VR technology, South Korean electronics giant Samsung has decided to jump aboard the bandwagon too. Reports state that the company plans to unleash the Gear VR with the Galaxy Note 4 at IFA 2014. Unlike the Oculus Rift headset however, the Gear VR isn’t standalone and will connect to a Galaxy device through USB 3.0.
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    Atom Bomb Custom Motorcycles turns a Ducati 900SS into a naked streetfighter

    ducati-900ss-custom-bike-1If you’ve ever spotted the 1996 Ducati 900SS before, you probably know that this mean machine is anything but a streetfighter. However, that hasn’t kept designer Clay Rathburn of Atom Bomb Custom Motorcycles from transforming this legendary superbike into a naked rocket! Nicknamed the Eleven, the modified bike sports a 999 frame built from scratch, newly fabricated aluminum bodywork, Showa forks from a late-model Suzuki GSX-R, Brembo monobloc radial brake calipers and a new 4.5 gallon tank.
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    Engineering students build the Arion 1, the soon-to-be fastest bicycle in the world!

    worlds-fastest-bicycle-1The next time you see an oversized pill zipping by you as you drive to work, fear not, the world isn’t being taken over by giant antibiotics! Instead, this pill-like contraption is the Arion 1, the world’s fastest bicycle developed by eight engineering students from University of Liverpool. The bicycle hopes to break the record currently held by the Dutch-made XeloX3 that stands at 83.1 miles per hour.
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    Gerry Judah creates 160-ton-steel installation for Mercedes Benz

    mercedes-benz-sculpture-1Those who’ve been playing with Hot Wheels racetracks probably won’t find this as awesome as us, given the fact that this fabulous structure is nothing short of a modern-world marvel. Artist Gerry Judah created this sculpture for Mercedes Benz in celebration of the Goodword Festival of Speed 2014. The structure is an 85-foot-high arched installation soars over Goodword House and is a 160-ton-steel chunk. Measuring 295 feet long, the structure features two cars, the 1934 Mercedes-Benz W25 “Silver Arrow” and the 2013 Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 W04.
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    Mercedes Benz shows off the Future Truck 2025 self-driving concept!

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    Now that automated cars have already hit the roads and have stunned the world with their incredibly intelligent capabilities, Mercedes Benz has begun work on futuristic trucks that can do pretty much the same too! Truck drivers are exposed to long hours of tiresome driving and need rest. Mercedes Benz plans to make a truck that’s capable of driving itself on open roads, enabling drivers to push away from the steering wheel and rest.
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