Located in Venice, California and designed by Brooks + Scarpa, the Yin Yang home provides private living spaces for a family that includes several children along with commercial office space for its owners and recently made the top ten list of...
I'm not a motorcycle fan, I have to say (I'm more of a bike or scooter guy), but this motorcycle-styled electric-assisted bike called the Enorm V3 Bullet is pretty wicked: http://youtu.be/qLvMIal5-nQ Chris DeMorro of sister site Gas2 thinks the Enorm...
Tesla's CEO says he will reveal "the fifth mode of transportation" on August 12. Let's hope its something really cool, and not a Segway. The smart money says it's pods moving through magnetic levitation.
Dimitri Papaioannou's insight:
This seems to be a US-Asia play. Can it be done? yes, and it does remind me of BetterPlace. Will it be done? Likely yes. Will it add some value? Yes, like BetterPlace did, at least.
The use of autonomous robots for polar exploration is not an unheard of subject, but what about a research vehicle that is powered completely with renewable energy? Now that would be something to brag about!
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