Tag Archives: transport

Hollow Spy Coins For Spies: Win A Coin Toss, Everytime

In the days of the Cold War, espionage was a big deal. This was back when spy bots didn’t exist and spies relied on obtaining information personally. If you weren’t a spy, you might as well have swallowed cyanide because during the Cold War everyone was a spy. That’s why Brian Dereu wants to cash in on spy-wannabes everywhere. He’s ...

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Futuristic Ferrari Resembles Your Favorite Childhood Toy

In the future, cars will move very, very fast. It’s a damn shame our puny little minds will never develop the reflexes and reaction time to operate them manually. So instead, we’ll just slap high tech computers to the engines that’ll automatically drive the car at intensely high speeds for us. This concept design by Iman Maghsoudi is said to ...

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A Bike Design That Predates The Company Producing It

What a sweet ride! The Rasmus Gjesing ATB Tourist bicycle is the work of, you guessed it: Rasmus Gjesing. Gjesing’s company was founded 12 years ago and focuses on quality and design that tries to steer clear of the look of mass-produced bicycles. With the ATB, everyone may think you’re riding an old bike, but that top-of-the-line Motorola MP3 helmet ...

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Water Rescue Craft For The Stranded

Being stranded on an island of ice off the coast of Alaska is a total buzz kill. Luckily, Vince had the iceRESC water rescue craft to save us. Otherwise, I’d most likely be drinking my own urine for nourishment. With caterpillar tracks for easy travel in water as well as over ice, this rescue craft is far from diverse without ...

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World’s Safest Horse-Riding Helmet

Horseback riding can be a dangerous hobby. One slip and your brain could be splattered over different area codes. No worries though, because scientists at the Royal Institute of Technology and Karolinska Institute have development a helmet that is said to reduce head and brain trauma due to spills by 40%. The helmet was inspired by nature to create the ...

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Pumpin’: CO2 Emission Tracker For Your Bike

So, it’s “Bike To Work” day in Japan on June 11th. I was under the impression that most workers in Japan already biked to work due to an insane population on such a tiny island. I guess not, because surely enough, it’s going on while I type this. The crew over at Treehugger.com have brought to my attention Bridgestone’s new ...

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This Caravan Is All About The Party

The FolDoub is a fold out caravan that provides the ultimate camping experience. It’s a bed on the go, yet so much more than that. It can also be used as a sweet party room. FolDoub doubles the available floor space of an average mid-sized caravan due to its clever compact design. Pull up to someones house with it, unfold ...

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Five Ways A Biker Should Bike

With gas prices reaching outrageous numbers, people must look for alternative, environmentally friendly means of transportation. Biking seems to be on the rise in popularity with all these rumors on “global warming,” and “low amounts of fossil fuels.” Total bullshit. But cold-hard facts aside, your planet is dying and you can do something about it: ride a bike. Charlie Sorrel ...

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TV screen for those who want to crash their cars

This is perhaps one of the most dangerous designs we have seen for a while: TV screens on the sun visor at the driver’s seat. It is only meant to be used when you are not driving, or it’s for the person sitting next to the driver. Depending on what’s playing there, it can be very tempting to glance at ...

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