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Concept Tire to Improve Air Quality

It has long been common to call cars the kind of public transport that pollutes the atmosphere of our planet. Therefore, the transition to electric cars is justified not only from the economic, but also from the ecological point of view. However, Goodyear has gone further and wants to make machines useful to the environment. To this end, tires have been developed that can produce oxygen.The new ti...


Created a free-form house,printed in 3D

Modern technologies are moving forward. In general, the architecture is being improved. Already, for the construction of houses using a 3-d seal. American company WATG Urban decided to tackle this technology. She is going to improve the technology, so that with her help you could build a building of absolutely any shape. No one designer or architect will refuse this ability.In WATG, Urban has alre...


Concept of the Toyota GR Super Sport

Two car companies, participating in the world championship of Formula 1, have already announced the construction of road hypercar. Mercedes-AMG has already presented its Project One, and Red Bull Racing and Aston Martin the fantastic Valkyrie. Now they were joined by Toyota. The Gazoo Racing team began work on a new direction of creating road cars based on racing.The Japanese are going to use thei...


Mobuno Urban Mobility Concept Vehicle

The Mobuno concept is a design study carried out by the design firm xoio and the Institute for Urban Mobility (IUM). The project demonstrates the capabilities of modern vehicles, combined in one concept car. However, the concept provides for not one car, but a whole transport system built on the basis of Mobuno cars.The concept of Mobuno is an optimal system for the exchange of autonomous transpor...


The world’s first "green" skyscraper

The Finnish company Plantagon promises to build the world's first skyscraper by 2020, in which office spaces will coexist with multi-storey hydroponic vegetable farms.In the modern megalopolis, wildlife sites are flourishing through the efforts of architects, even among concrete jungles. Someone smashes the gardens on the roofs of high-rises, someone makes year-round plants elements of natural dec...


Continental Bee Concept unmanned vehicle of the future

Continental presented an intriguing concept of transport of the future called Bee. This concept car is a preliminary introduction to how cars can look in the future when electric, autonomous and simply smart cars become the norm, and not by some miracle.This machine is exceptionally small: four wheels, a windshield, transparent door panels and a translucent roof - that's all! By the way, these mos...


Concept of fabric with incredible features

Manufacturers have long been creating outerwear using high technology. For guaranteed protection against rain, a complex combination of specially created materials for this purpose is combined. When a person sweats, breathing things draw moisture away. For this purpose, a special nanostructure is used in the textile layers. All this is good, but it does not allow to regulate the temperature inside...


Neom: a gigantic city of the future

Saudi Arabia announced plans to create a futuristic megacity of 25,900 square kilometers, which will be located on the coast of the Red Sea near Egypt and Jordan.Neom, this is the name of the city of the future, will become a technology center for the countries of Asia and Africa and will be located within the independent economic zone. $ 500 billion will be allocated for the construction of a hig...


Wooden cars of the future

Steel, aluminum, plastic and even carbon are the usual materials used in cars. However, Japanese scientists from Kyoto University are working on a "material of the future", which, if not create a revolution in the automobile industry, then, at least, will become a very unexpected novelty.Scientists believe that many thousands of years of experience in building wood from something, yes, must teach ...


A two-dimensional material has been created, which has no analogs in nature

A group of researchers from the Melbourne Royal University of Technology (RMIT) made the "discovery of the decade".Scientists under the direction of Kurosh Kalantar-Zadeh and Torben Daneke created two-dimensional materials with a thickness of several atoms - something that never existed in nature.This material has revolutionized the scientific community. According to the developers, he is able to ...


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