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Architecture

Tokyo bedsit turned into adaptable apartment thanks to partitions

December 01, 2014In cities such as Tokyo space is at a premium and this is when it pays to use some clever thinking to get the most out of the space you do have. Yuichi Yoshida & Associates came up with a great plan for getting the most out of a bedsit and they used sliding furniture to get as much from the space in a simple way - turning it into an adaptable apartment.
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Vehicles

Tesla Cybertruck Now Available For Reservation in China

The deposit for the truck in China amounts to $141.July 04, 2020It seems Tesla Cybertruck reservations are now available in China as Reddit user aaronhry pointed out. Will the country be interested in the futuristic truck? It is still too early to tell.RELATED: TURNS OUT CYBERTRUCK HAS A BED, JUST LIKE EVERY OTHER TRUCKWhen the truck was unveiled in the U.
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Culture

25+ Retro-Futuristic Engineering Visions and Machines From the Past

Arthur C. Clarke once wrote that & 34;any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.& 34;The famous sci-fi writer did, of course, know that it took a lot of hard graft, testing, and trial and error to make the wonder of technology a reality.RELATED: 11 OF THE WACKIEST VEHICLE AND TRANSPORTATION IDEAS EVER DEVISEDLet& 39;s take a deep dive into retro-futuristic ideas, machines, and concepts from the past that were once dreamed up as a solution for the future — our present.
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News

Boeing to Pause Production of 737 MAX in January 2020

Boeing will temporarily halt the production of 737 MAX, which caused the death of 346 people, in January 2020.By Nursah ErgüDecember 17, 2019You& 39;re probably familiar with the two crashes caused by Boeing 737 MAX and killed 346 people. It& 39;s been a long time since its grounding, but a month ago Boeing provided an update on 737 MAX, saying it could be in service in January 2020.
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News

'Anti-Solar Panels' Could Generate Power At Night One Day, Researchers Say

A group of Stanford University researchers is harnessing radiative cooling for renewable energy.August 18, 2020Last year, we reported on a new technology that uses the effects of radiative sky cooling to generate electrical power at night.Now, a group of scientists claims to have harnessed this effect to create an & 39;anti-solar power& 39; cell that can generate 120 times more power than any similar device.
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Innovation

Your Amazon order may be packed by a robot

November 03, 2014Amazon is known for its prowess when it comes to automation innovation and they have one of the most refined of logistics processes. Eventually their deliveries will be completely undertaken by robots. For now though, robots are helping in the order department when it comes to fulfilling orders.
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