It’s been awhile since we heard from Ciprian Andrus, that’s why we are very pleased to feature his latest design with all of you. It’s a Lamborghini Murcielago Bodykit, let us know your opinion about this car modification ideas.
This body kit brings the aerodynamic efficiency of a racing to the road. The form pursues of this modification is to bring exceptional dynamics, optimum downforce with minimal drag and perfect cooling of the high-performance engine. It has a cut arrow-shaped front end and the interplay between razor-sharp lines and precise surfaces.
The entire front end has been laid out for perfect airflow and down-force. Just like the front end, the rear has also been optimized for underbody aerodynamics and high speed cornering stability. The smooth underbody transitions into a substantial diffuser framing the exhaust pipe. Characteristic for the body-kit is the Y shape reverse of the angular headlamps. The rear lights, including brake lights, indicator lights and fog lights, pick up the Y shape.
The main attraction of the Geneva Motor Show would be the iPhone controlled, wild shape-shifting electric concept car by the Swiss auto tuner Rinspeed. This car can change its shape according to the number of passengers with a simple touch to an iPhone application. The streamlined one-seater rear end is able to form space for two more people if requirement arises. By maximizing aerodynamics, the adjustable rear end preserves energy. According to Frank Rinderknecht, the founder of the company, the idea is to create smooth, lightweight and efficient individual mobility that is able to understand the driver’s requirement.
Everyone has the right to enjoy a hot cup of tea, making tea is a breeze, however, not all of us can easily do that, especially for visually impaired people. Special TeaTime has been designed to overcome this situation. It is a tea thermos with many features to ease visually impaired people making tea at anytime and anyplace of day. This thermos is equipped with a movable button that indicates water level in the thermos, in this way, visually impaired people can identify the amount of water by reading the ml measurement in braille as well as checking the height of the button. The timer function on the lid of Special TeaTime is attached to the infuser, it allows the infuser to automatically lift out of the water at pre-set time. No more hassle in taking out the teabag by measuring the time based on the tea type.
Special TeaTime reduces any unnecessary actions and focuses on information that is obtained by touch. The internal material that is used to move the water level button swells and controls the height of the button to match the level of rising water. When the infuser has completely lifted, a bell will ring to let the user know that the tea is ready. Special TeaTime design improves the way visually impaired people making their tea.