Non-Billboard in Washington Advertises Nothing but Clean Air

August 25, 2011 by  
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Oliver VTOL’s Hexplane Proves Six Engines Are Better Than Two

August 25, 2011 by  
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Would you believe that six engines on a plane are not only more efficient than two, but also safer? It sounds a little crazy, but that’s the claim made by Oliver VTOL. This new VTOL “Hexplane” concept packs six engines and three wings , which apparently make the craft so reliable that you could lose any one engine or even an entire wing section without compromising the craft’s ability to fly to your destination. Read the rest of Oliver VTOL’s Hexplane Proves Six Engines Are Better Than Two Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: aircraft safety , airplane concept , alternative transportation , green aircraft design , green transportation , Hexplane , Oliver TOL , six-engine plane

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Ethereal Ads are Printed Right into the Snow

March 29, 2010 by  
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Spring might have one foot in the door but we couldn’t resist giving a shoutout to Element Six’s “snow ads” that stay in existence just long enough to get their message across and then melt away.

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Underwater “Snookie” Robot is Inspired By Blind Fish

March 29, 2010 by  
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Biomimicry strikes again–this time with Snookie, an underwater robot that has an artificial sensory organ inspired by the “ lateral-line system ” seen in blind fish like the Astyanax . Snookie’s artificial organ is so accurate that it can sense obstacles and movements almost directly in front of it and on either side.

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