Archive for July, 2013

Rydon Pixio: Solar Powered Bike Light Never Needs Batteries

There’s nothing more annoying than having your bicycle light give out in the middle of a night ride. It can also get dangerous. That’s why I think that a light that can be recharged using solar energy is a good idea, so you won’t have to remember to change batteries and get caught in the dark.

rydon pixio indiegogo bicycle light

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Lomography Petzval Lens: Retro-Fantastic Goodness for Your Modern DSLR

Photography has come a long way since its beginnings, but there are still some amazing things to be discovered by looking at how things worked back then. Inspired by the early days of photography, this lens has been re-engineered from one that was invented in the 19th century.

petzval lens dslr lomography

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Bike Wheel Clock: Time to Stop Pedaling

Clocks come in a bunch of shapes and sizes, but this clock made from a bike wheel is certainly unique. The resulting wall clock is quite big, but definitely something interesting to hang in your pad if you’re a bicyclist.

bike wheel clock red white

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Skytran Magnetically Levitating Mass Transit System: The Future is Coming to Tel Aviv

There aren’t that many maglev trains in operation yet (one is currently operating in Shanghai, China and another is in Japan). There have been skytrains and monorails before, but this is the world’s first magnetically levitating system of mass transit, which will be built in Tel Aviv, Israel. Previous maglev trains were for intercity journeys, not urban mass transit.

sky tran tel aviv maglev train pod

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2014 Vuhl 05 Track Car: Mexico Flexes Its Sports Car Muscles

Track cars are quite something to behold, and can be a lot of fun to take out for a weekend ride. While many track cars aren’t street legal, this one is – and it looks amazing too.

2014 vuhl 05 track car

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Ferrari FF: A Supercar That Seats Four and Has a Large Trunk

Ferraris aren’t known for seating passengers comfortably or for having storage space, but this model has all of that and more. It has seating for four, has ample trunk space, and still comes with a roaring V12 engine.

ferrari ff luxury coupe v12 supercar

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Bombata Bags for Tablets/Laptops: Lug Around Your Machines in Style

Laptop briefcases and sleeves tend to blend together after a while, because most of them look the same and are pretty boring. That’s one of the reasons why an Italian designer decided to come up with something with a bit more flair.

bombata sleeve bags briefcases

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