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Elevated Bus That Drives Above Traffic Jams E-mail
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It’s known as the Transit Elevated Bus (TEB) and it could very well be the future of public transport. It’s only a concept for the moment but a working mini model was recently presented at the 19th China Beijing International High-Tech Expo. The bus will be able to carry up to 1200 passengers and will take them to work and back by literally driving over the traffic. It’s a brilliant idea that could potentially alleviate congestion and reduce pollution in the world’s most populous country
Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 August 2016 16:34
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The Worlds First Functioning 3D-Printed Office Building E-mail
(4 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)
Dubai says it has launched a prototype 3D-printed office building, with floorspace of about 2,700 square feet.
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3D Display Bike Wheels E-mail
(3 votes, average: 4.67 out of 5)
This futuristic tech transforms your wheels into transparent 3D displays.
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TappLock -The Smart Padlock Opens With A Fingerprint E-mail
(2 votes, average: 4.00 out of 5)
Still fiddling with a key or combination to lock up your stuff? Get with the times, man! A company called Pishon Lab has launched a smart padlock that you can open with your fingerprint, in much the same way you unlock a smartphone. The TappLock comes in two flavors, a larger version that lasts three years and can charge up your phone, and the smaller TappLock Lite, with a six-month battery life. Thanks to iOS and Android apps, you can also unlock the device using your smartphone and store up to 100 fingerprints, letting friends use it too.
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