Attila Tari is really a talented artist. Before he delved into industrial and product design, he was studying to be a biologist. This astonishingly raw three-wheeler concept really showcases his interest in evolution. Christened The Saddle, the Michelin inspired trike concept draws much from the anatomy and psyche of horses in their natural habitat. Untamed, unabashed and bestowed with all of nature’s bountiful glory- these are the qualities that immediately pop into one’s head when one imagines a horse galloping in the wild and that is the exact sentiment that this beauty evokes.
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Home Apple, the innovative home invention is for everyone. With a range of features incorporated in it, it has proved its worth as an inseparable invention. The basic function of this gadget is to provide a series of multimedia solutions. This enhances the usability of a particular gadget when connected with that. So, connect this gadget to the TV and Internet and see how your life gets revolutionized completely. Though this is no replacement for the traditional computer we have been using till now, but this will not be less than a feather in your cap.
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A Dutch construction company owner Johan Huibers is a happy man today. Twenty years ago, he had been plagued by a troublesome nightmare in which he saw his beloved homeland being wrecked by a massive flood of Biblical proportions. From that day, he wanted to build a Noah-style ark. And now two decades later, he has finally completed the ambitious project.
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In a world increasingly at a loss for space in the cities, upgrading infrastructure for public amenities is a real headache. The challenge lies not only in the fact that any new construction in public spaces has to not only take up less space on the ground, but also has to fit it aesthetically in the natural urban landscape without becoming an eyesore. This particular design submitted by Carlos Silva responds to that particular need via a self-sufficient sustainable design.
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The Seabreacher X is the ultimate watercraft that can not only work as a submarine and a speedboat but also as a seaplane, albeit it stays in flight for a few seconds only. The ingenious creation, powered by a 1500cc engine which helps the 17 feet dolphin-like vessel, reaches the speed of 50 mph on the surface of water as well as launches 18 feet into the air from smooth underwater sailing position.
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The design team behind this communicator concept describes it as being a “gadget based on the idea of fusing the human senses together into a portable and wearable form” which seems innocent and innovative enough until you take a closer look and realize that the gadget basically works like a touchscreen cell phone/media player slapped on to a chunky wooden bracelet!
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You know what I absolutely love about bicycling? That feeling of being on my own without any passenger chewing my ear off with useless blabber or back-seat drivers making me feel like an incompetent fool who can’t take instructions from a talking GPS. But, I guess industrial designer Ben Wilson and artist Gavin Turk really miss the “car” experience when they ride their bikes. At least that’s what this particular creation by them seems to suggest.
Continue reading Gavin Turk and Ben Wilson’s 4H: A unicycle for a family of four!