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Custom Car Drives on Water

October 14, 2009 Leave a comment

WaterCar Inc develops high-performance amphibious cars that can reach freeway speeds [0-60 mph in 4.5 seconds] in the water.

Custom designed doors are built to keep water out and allow easy access from the water. The interior is based on a boat design with captain chairs in the front and wrapping bench in the back.

Starting at $200,000, WaterCar Python is definitely not for everyone. For more information about this amphibious vehicle


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12 Cool Apple iphone Tablet Concepts (u guys gotta tell which is the best one!!)

September 20, 2009 Leave a comment

Mac Tablet Concept

Apple Mac Tablet concept by Japanese photographer Isamu Sanada

Apple Mac Tablet Concept

Cool mock up of the much rumored Apple Tablet by Sean Mulvihill

Apple MacBook Touch Concept

Designed by Tommaso Gecchelin, the core of this concept is a technology called iSpine. Like the spine of a book, the tech allows the device to go from a normal laptop with screen and touchscreen board to large widescreen canvas for drawing, presentation or movie watching.

Apple mac tablet concept

iPad Touch Concept

Apple iPad Touch concept designed by Chris Messina promises to offer slick, streamlined experience that feels less like a computer and more like a lifestyle object.

Apple Tablet Concept

Beautiful Apple Tablet concept rendering by Fotoboer.nl

Apple Tablet Video

Video of the much rumored Apple Tablet by MacRumors forum member GoneWithTheWind.

MacBook Touch Concept

Another beautiful Apple iTablet concept design by Isamu Sanada.

Mac iTablet Concept

Apple Tablet concept designed by Adam Benton for MacFormat

Phone Tablet Concept

Clever Apple Tablet concept by Vern Hart looks like a giant iPhone

Mactab Concept

Apple iTablet Concept

dang!!!!! i want all of em lol

Most modern,Creative and Unusual Bike Designs in the world,

May 15, 2009 1 comment

A-Bike

Innovative folding bike that weighs only 5.5 kilograms (12 lb) and folds to 67×30×16 cm – small enough to fit in a backpack.

Gismo Rocket Powered Bicycle

It is powered by two 75lb. Thrust Hybrid Rocket Motors. The frame is made of lightweight T6-6061 aircraft aluminum. “Gismo” features a unique front suspension system

Plus Bicycle

the frame of the bike actually contain the front and back lights

Unique Wooden Bicycle

Urban Bicycle Concept

Unique foldable bike with no chains (or even chain equivalents like drive shafts). Instead, it is hydraulic powered. No chain = no grease, no hanging bits as you fold bikes, fewer parts and less maintenance

Tong City Bicycle Concept

This bike features all-in-one housing for the brake system, drivetrain, shock absorbers and gears, where integrated light tubes (customizable in any color you like) are located on the bike itself to increase your visibility

Olympic Rings Bicycle

A Beijing resident was promoting the Olympic games by cycling around the city on his own unique bike, decorated with the five Olympic rings.

Polygon Bike Concept

Polygon bike design concept inspired by a music player

Sandwich Bike

Currently in prototype stage, the bike frame is made of two wooden plates, and four identical ’smart cylinders’. It ships flat and can be assembled at home with a single tool.

Oryx Bicycle Concept

Oryx is an innovative time trial bike with a one-sided fork and chain-stay. Due to its Y-frame shape, it’s comfortably shock-proof without loosing ground contact

Taurus Bicycle Concept

The Taurus bike has a unique design that always keeps the body in a leaning forward position. The bike seems perfect to tone legs with innovative pedals. Pedaling these is more like climbing stairs than anything else

One – Folding Bicycle Concept

When open, ‘One’ is a comfortable stylish bicycle that not only offers all the benefits of cycling, but with its revolutionary power assist system the user can cruise around with ease. When folded, ‘One’ turns into a smooth, light and compact case free of all dirty and protruding parts.

Walking Bike

Creative walking bike that actually works