If I miss one thing about New York City, it's being able to hop on a bicycle to run a quick errand. What I don't miss are city buses roaring past you, uncomfortably close, while you eyeball the gigantic rolling tires that could crush you like a tin can.
In the Brazilian municipality of Cariacica, it's the law that bus drivers must allow 1.5 meters of space between the side of their bus and any cyclist. In order to impress the importance of this upon the drivers, the city has come up with a novel training method that the drivers must undergo:
Now if only they could incorporate this for delivery truck drivers.
Speck Design partnered with Google's Schaft Robotics to create a functional skin for the Schaft robot.
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Reusable, recyclable to-go food containers that replace single-use paper and Styrofoam boxes on college campuses and beyond.
Design brief: Custom-design, prototype, manufacture and deliver an updated, full store fixture package to 800 + stores across the US.
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Routers are a pain to use; either they’re too slow, hard to use, and/or allow your IP to snoop and...
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