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another illustration by Matthew Lyons

another illustration by Matthew Lyons

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Noah’s Ark, a concept submitted to eVolo Skyscraper Competition. The project envisions a floating, self-sustaining city for the future. It has large areas for agriculture, renewable energy, and safeguards against all water-based natural disasters.

Noah’s Ark, a concept submitted to eVolo Skyscraper Competition. The project envisions a floating, self-sustaining city for the future. It has large areas for agriculture, renewable energy, and safeguards against all water-based natural disasters.

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Advertisements that can identify gender of primary viewer. Minority Report style, highly personalized advertising begins.

Advertisements that can identify gender of primary viewer. Minority Report style, highly personalized advertising begins.

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Beautiful future tech peripherals with no moving parts.  I do however have some concerns…namely that typing on glass is not the same as having physical keys.  There is also no mention of tactile feedback, which is absolutely a needed attribute.
This one may be best left to an art gallery, not my desktop.
more pics and a video on Engadget

Beautiful future tech peripherals with no moving parts.  I do however have some concerns…namely that typing on glass is not the same as having physical keys.  There is also no mention of tactile feedback, which is absolutely a needed attribute.

This one may be best left to an art gallery, not my desktop.

more pics and a video on Engadget

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The amazing thing about this concept car from Toyota is that the entire body can take on any graphic or color desired, and change.  They are calling it a “social networking car”.
The Toyota Fun-Vii is set to be on display at the Tokyo Auto Show.
full article at Inhabitat

The amazing thing about this concept car from Toyota is that the entire body can take on any graphic or color desired, and change.  They are calling it a “social networking car”.

The Toyota Fun-Vii is set to be on display at the Tokyo Auto Show.

full article at Inhabitat

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