If you are a sports car fanatic, chances are that you had heard about this very famous and award winning sports car design – The Audi Shark. This sports car concept was designed by Kazim Doku and had just won the top price in the recently concluded 2008 Desire Design Competition in Italy by the Domus Academy. Are you ready for the future? The Audi Shark is a flying vehicle. A two-seater flying car was inspired by the designs of the motorcycle and the airplane combined. With sleek shark-look, the lights are made of transparent tubes, sporty seats and cockpit-like interior design.
Here’s another e-bike project that promises it would be compact enough to fit into your backpack. Impossible Folding Bike weighs less than 5kg, it’s pretty lightweight to be transported anywhere, yes, Impossible is more than just a foldable bike, it’s incredibly light but durable enough for traveling around the city.
The design features a frame that built around circles, there’s not a single horizontal girder you can see. This circular design for the frame has been chosen to make sure that the bike spreads the weight equally across the frame. The seat position is placed at similar heights to the handle, in this way, both front and rear wheels could bear your weight equally. Carbon fiber is used as primary material for the frame in order to create lightweight frame, this bike is able to accommodate a maximum weight of 85kg or 180 pounds.
Designer : Impossible Technology
Space is very precious these days, that’s why this bike is designed with combined riding saddle and carrying case. When folded, there’s NeverWet-coated carrying case that keeps this bike and the electric charger dry. Powered by ten 2900mah, 10A, 3.6V batteries, at normal speed, this bike can reach up to 15.6 miles or for as long as 45 minutes.
Once again TokyoFlash has integrated a futuristic style into a classic pocket watch with its newest collection, TokyoFlash Kisai Rogue Touch Pocket Watch. After the success of Kisai Rogue Touch watch, this time, they decided to launch the pocket watch version that features the same cool LCD display with touch screen technology. Unlike the other watches, this version is always on LCD watch, there’s no need to touch a button or a screen to read the time.
Kisai Rogue Touch Pocket Watch brings you a hybrid LCD and LED interface, in this way, it offers the best of both worlds on your wrist. Although at a glance, you can already read the time but the LED backlight is still available to light up the watch when needed. It looks pretty complicated at first with those many lines and dials, however, there’s always a simple method to read the time, you might want to read the detail here.
Available in four display colors, just like its wristwatch version, this watch can display time in 2 different zones with a date mode, alarm, and cool animation.
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