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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...

Great Slow Motion Video

Slow motion videos are always mesmerizing. Watching things we see in everyday life, at a much slower scale is enthralling and interesting. Checkout this video by David Coiffier at the Stade de France, it slows down movement forty...

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Crime Fighting Robots Transform Into Smartphones

Crime Fighting Robots Transform Into Smartphones

Transformers have cousins in Japan. And when they are not disguised as mobile phones, these robots kick ass, and bust criminals. The Phone Baver 7 is the part of a Japanese drama, K-Tai Investigators 7. Battery operated replicas of these crime fighting phones are at...

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SLEEPTRACKER Elite Watch Watches You Sleep

SLEEPTRACKER Elite Watch Watches You Sleep

SLEEPTRACKER Elite is a "watch" that follows its name, it tracks your sleep, up to 12 hours of it. It continuously monitors your sleep and once you plug it to your computer, you can check exactly how much sleep did you actually get. A much better function is the alarm...

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The Thinker Recreated With Electricity

The Thinker Recreated With Electricity

Peter Terren was so inspired by the Thinker sculpture that he decided to pose as one himself. Only, he decided to add a full serving of insanity and decided to use electricity, wire caging and a conductive foil suit. He may not be much of the “Thinker” but look at...

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1000 Banknote Building

1000 Banknote Building

In lieu of some plain old design, this building in Lithuania opts for a very attractive exterior: a 1000 banknote. It uses a special enamel paint that changes to ceramic during the process, allowing the print to last forever. The architect of the building is Rimas...

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