Flying cars have been mentioned online for quite some time, but a Czech-based helicopter company, has unveiled the world's first street legal version, dubbed the Nirvana Autogyro. It was developed by pilot Pavel Brezina, and the two-seater can reach up to 25 mph on the ground, and its gyrodrive can top out at 110 mph in the air. Continue reading for more pictures, another video, and additional information.
Forget brick making factories, the BMM-300 is a giant locomotive / zamboni hybrid machine that pumps out nearly 300 bricks per minute. The machine is filled with the necessary materials, piped through the inner workings, and then molded directly into a brick. Lastly, the bricks are rolled down the massive wheel, which lays them out and are ready for use immediately. Continue reading for another video.
Sleek and stylish, the Zero Frame smartphone boasts a clear facade, ultra slim bezels, dual cameras in the back, and stereo speakers on the bottom. It may not be the slimmest handset, but its high-capacity battery ensures that you won't run out of power. Continue reading for more pictures.
ITAP transformed an old 1997 BMW into "The Phoenix, an electric car with a longer driving range than the Tesla Model S P100D for just a fraction of the cost. It comes equipped with three types of recycled batteries that total 130 kilowatts of capacity - comprised of lithium-ion 18650 cells, old laptops, and used electric car batteries - powering an electric motor, enabling it to drive for 382-miles on a full charge. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Skin Motion is a mobile app and platform for playing back sound wave tattoos. How does it work? Well, you use an app or web-based platform to upload a recorded sound or video to the Skin Motion platform, and then the sound wave is created visually, enabling a tattoo artist to customize the design. Continue reading for two more videos and more information.
RMIT University researchers have developed an innovative solar paint that uses water vapor to produce an endless amounts of clean energy. Simply put as possible, it draws moisture from the air and splits it into oxygen and hydrogen, thus capturing hydrogen as a clean fuel source. The paint contains a newly created compound that resembles silica gel, but acts like a semiconductor. The synthetic molybdenum-sulphide material is the catalyst for the splitting of water atoms into hydrogen and oxygen. Continue reading for another video and more information.
First, there was the Tweel, now Michelin unveils the VISION Airless Tire, which is made entirely from a bio-degradable material manufactured using a special 3D printing process. Instead of air, this tire relies on an intricate inner structure that holds the entire vehicle up. You'll never have to take them in for a rotation or repair either, as all you need to do is get them re-printed. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Billionaire Mark Cuban attempts to reinvent the hoverboard with "Moov", which not only has larger wheels - 9 inches in diameter and 3 inches in thickness - but special sensors embedded into its floor mat, which let users control their ride by subtly shifting their weight. It has a top speed of 15 miles per hour, and is also designed for performing a number of tricks. One caveat: it will set you back $1,099. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Priced at $539K, the C-Seed 262 is touted as the world's 4K widescreen TV. Featuring a 4K native resolution, black LED technology for improved contrast and 800 nits of brightness, an integrated 4K media server, 10 built-in speakers, and a motorized fabric cover that not only protects the display, but also looks like a large painting. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
If the iPhone 8 has a flexible display, the Apple Watch may eventually become obsolete. It would still come equipped with a dual lens vertical camera and a fingerprint scanner hidden behind the screen. Under the hood, it's powered by an Apple A11 chipset, working perfectly with the POLED panel. Continue reading for more pictures and information.