Friday, May 29, 2009

Google Wave : Communication revolution

Unveiled at Google I/O, Google Wave is a revolutionary way of collaboratively communicating. Still under development, it is open source and already has an impressive number of features. Google is opening it up for developers to add even more rich features with server based robots extensions and embedded gadgets to make a website more collaborative.

The long demo is impressive, but covers all the cool stuff.

More info at

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Mission One: Fastest Electric Motorcycle

Yves Behar and Forrest North grew up experimenting with wind and solar power. They have collaborated to design Mission One, a high speed electric motorbike with twice the range of any electric motorcycle.

More images of the design at fuseproject.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Wanganui Airport 11th largest in the world!

According the new search engine Wolfram | Alpha, humble Wanganui Airport in New Zealand is the 11th largest in the world by number of runways.

Wanganui has one asphalt runway of 1378 m and four grass runways between 504 m and 902 m long.

Wolfram Alpha is powered by Mathematica, the powerful tool for mathematics and statistics and is in early stages of development.

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Mechanical sculptures

As a child, Arthur Ganson was introverted and used his hands for expression. He makes dynamic sculptures and in this TED talk, shares about his work.

Friday, May 1, 2009

Mobile Mini House

Pop-Up Campers Could Go Modern!

Pop-up campers have come a long way in terms of comfort and built-in technology, but for the most part the design has remained unchanged. Of course, it was only a matter of time until someone came up with something new and exciting and in this case, it could change how people look at their "home away from home."

Read more and see the insides at InventorSpot