We have been waiting to have a flying car and the Pal-V Flying Car make it into reality. The pal-v is a hybrid car and gyroplane that cater two passengers at a time making it your personal air and land vehicle. When on the ground, the Pal-V serves as your land vehicle that runs as fast as your sports car.
The car is slim and modern enough to hit the major roads and highways of big cities with its slim, aerodynamic and 3-wheel design. What made this vehicle unique is the presence of the single rotor and propeller which allows the car able to fly by just simply unfolding those two parts. With this feature, users can run the vehicle to any airfields near them and take off anytime they wanted. The Pal-V is gasoline powered and flies below 4,000 feet. Therefore, it will not interfere with the commercial air traffic. The Pal-V runs on a robust, certified aircraft engine and has the speed of up to 180km/h on both land and air.
The pal-v can land anywhere because it has a short take off and landing capability. This futuristic vehicle works exactly similar to the standard gyrocopter but is a lot quieter because of the slower rotation of its main rotor. The Pal-V Flying Car is easy to control and its first delivery is expected to be on 2014.
Food packaging nowadays does not mean only attractive, appetizing, and eye-catching. Packaging designers are now also concern of saving the environment, thus resulting into an eco-friendly packaging. A group of designers from Asia has came into an idea of designing one and resulted into a beautiful, clean, simple and eco-friendly packaging called the Spoon and Box. As the name suggest, the box comes with a spoon already, which prevents its users from the use of plastic utensils, which is less environment friendly. With the Spoon and Box, a pre-cut spoon is available at the pack’s handle. If you wanted it to be a fork, you can simply cut the v-line seen in it.
Source: Yanko Design
A green proposal for the Toronto Gardiner Expressway from the Quadrangle Architects has been unveiled through its Green Ribbon project. The proposal is a seven kilometer green space placed over an elevated section and serve as the roof structure of the expressway. The green ribbon will also work serve the pedestrian and cyclists to keep them safe from vehicles. Pedestrians and cyclists can proceed to the green ribbon via the provided access at major intersections through ramps and stairways.
The green ribbon has also been envisioned to have generated its own power through wind turbines and photovoltaic panels. The fruition of this project will definitely bring safety to the people of Toronto and the environment.
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