GM may not be doing so well financially, but it looks like their very own Volt may not have such a bad future after all. The company promises to make Volt more sportier and sleeker than the competitors, namely Toyota Prius and Honda Insight.
In order to save our Earth from destruction due to accumulation of wastes in different forms [solid, liquid, gas], ingenious ideas are being seen to be applied in many places. A few days back we had seen the reverse vending machines as a brilliant idea in motivating people into recycling, as a result, cutting costs in different areas. What we see here is another such idea.
Vending machines and foodies…the equation just strikes right and you know about it, so what’s new? Last time we came across a vending machine, it was about the pizza making machine…yes the machine that make pizzas, remember it? If it’s news for you, then hold on as there’s now a new type of vending machine that doesn’t cater food. So what does it do?
The robotic fish you see above is not just a robot which looks like a fish and hangs around in water. This fish has a purpose and that too a noble one…it helps detect pollution in the ocean. But apparently this mission comes with a heavy price. One of these robots cost a humongous $30,000 a piece!
Bags are an essential part of life. Apart from it being used as a branded fashion accessory or for looks, the simple (yet important function) it has is it’s capacity of holding. Whether be it notebooks, grocery or small essential things, it would be a hard task without them. This picture is also of a bag which is unique in its own way of course serving the same purpose.
Harvard University says that just by performing two search queries using Google.com, produces same amount of carbon dioxide as boiling a kettle of tea. The amount when quantified comes to around 15g of CO2. Google on an average has 200 million search queries a day. If the theory from Harvard is correct, the amount of electricity consumption and gas emissions produced from all the computers is definitely very scary.
Netherlands based architects MVRDV has come up with this great design of an incredible new city called Gwanggyo Power Center, located south of Seoul, South Korea. Several organic hill structures combine to form this magnificent city which will be completely self-sufficient and would support 77,000 residents.