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KYMCO recently launched the Ionex electric scooter at the 2018 Tokyo Motorcycle Show as the spearhead of a new battery-charging strategy. The Taiwanese manufacturer proposes a power outlet network that combines typical charging stations with battery-swapping vending machines, all the while remaining open to other manufacturers...Continue Reading KYMCO’s latest e-scooter advances a new battery
here, peruvian based studio ghezzi novak's 'main entrance and terrace in lima' project is about being in a space -- a terrace underneath a totora canopy.The post ghezzi novak’s latest work in peru shifts into a concrete volume filled with plants appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Tesla is moving on to smaller, quicker things, but the fight to unseat the Model S as the world's supreme electric sedan rages on. And it consists largely of startups you've never heard of before and may very well never hear about again after the first time reading their names. Faraday Future. Leeco. Lucid Motors. You can add LVICHI Auto to the list after its coming out at the Geneva Motor Sh
Graphene, the "wonder material" composed of one-atom-thick sheets of linked carbon atoms, now has yet another potential application. Led by Prof. Jiaxing Huang at Illinois' Northwestern University, scientists have used it to create a hair dye that's far less harmful than regular dyes...Continue Reading The latest use for graphene – non-toxic hair dyeCategory: ScienceTags: Graphene
embracing visual heaviness and experimenting with an unconventional material such as recycled rubber crumb, ammar kalo designs a series of tables with a bulbous rubber body that appears to be sliced in half to reveal a solid white oak interior.The post ammar kalo wraps white oak in black rubber for latest table series appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
arthur analts' borders installation is a series of mounted steel sculptures that initially resemble chain-link fences, but on closer inspection consist of interconnected shapes of people.The post arthur analts’ latest installation explores the dual character of borders appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Common, relatively cool and potentially life-supporting, red dwarf stars are of particular interest to astronomers hunting down distant worlds. The latest study of Kepler data has now identified 15 new exoplanets around red dwarfs, including a system of three "Super-Earths" – one of which appears to be orbiting within the host star's habitable zone...Continue Reading Potentially habitable Sup
mathis ruhl's 'wind motion 70t' project conceives the optimal shapes for the hull and for the rig to suit a 70-meter autonomous yacht program.The post mathis ruhl’s latest naval design is a self-sufficient vessel that works on wind power appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
130 luxury condominiums will offer sweeping views across the city via floor-to-ceiling windows.The post rafael viñoly’s latest new york tower tops out at 277 fifth avenue appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Professional photographer Eric Veloso is the latest featured photographer in Adorama's ongoing "Through the Lens" documentary series. You can view prior episodes of the fifth season, which is focused on Canadian photographers, by clicking here. Veloso is a street photographer who also cofounded "Street Dreams" magazine. He found photography in high school and then got into film as a productio is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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