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All-Electric Airis Wants To Be The Future’s Flying Taxi

Flying cars continue their attempts to come out of imagination into the real world. The latest iteration in the long line of flying concepts is the AirisOne. Capable of ferrying five passengers, the AirisOne will have the ability to be fully autonomous, with options for semi-autonomous driving.

Fifth Element: The One That Looks Like A UFO

MB&F partnered with L’Epée 1839 to create a...

When Poorly Rendered Car From Some ’90s Video Games Becomes Real

The radically designed Karlmann King SUV...
Space Invaders mini arcade machine

Space Invaders mini arcade machine

One of the most successful arcade games of all time, Space Invaders has now made its comeback to the arcade. Only this time, it has come in a tiny package. Made by YouTube user vcoleiro1, the arcade can virtually play any game off a Game Boy Advance cartridge, but the...

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Retro tech remade with papercraft

Retro tech remade with papercraft

It may have gone obsolete, but old technology does bring back fond memories. Designers Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmerman have created a Back to Basics collection that includes papercraft scale models of old gadgets like cassette tapes, walkman, NES controller and...

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Wedding dress made from toilet paper

Wedding dress made from toilet paper

Looking surprisingly passable as "decent" wedding dresses, these are all made of toilet paper. The dresses were made for Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest by Cheap Chic Weddings. The image on top was the submission from Susan Brennan, which won the top prize of...

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Researchers make a ‘Talk-Map’ of USA

Research teams from MIT, AT&T and IBM came together to create a map that sees how USA talks and texts on its mobile phones. Using anonymous data from AT&T mobile phones, they made interactive maps showing which areas are calling and texting, and the density of...

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Human hair jewelry

Human hair jewelry

An art student from Cambridge, England, Kerry Howley makes delicate necklaces from human hair. Considering people greatly value their hair, until the hair are cut and are then treated as a waste. Howley created these necklaces to balance the feelings of aversion and...

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