Sunday, July 8, 2012
Tiger Stone | The Amazing Paving Machine :
Laying down paving bricks is back-breaking, time-consuming work. Henk van Kuijk, director of Dutch industrial company Vanku, evidently decided that squatting/kneeling and shoving the bricks into place on the ground was just a little too slow, so he invented the Tiger Stone paving machine. The road-wide device is fed loose bricks, and lays them out onto the road as it slowly moves along. A quick going-over with a tamper, and you’ve got an instant brick road. It is a brick printer or you can say road laying machine. If this tool is in the hands of some artist and designer it can create artistic roads. This machine could be used to make some insane patterns and murals. Using it to make type or inset lettering into could be super cool as well.
Saturday, July 7, 2012
|Unlike synthetic clothes it is bio-degradable|
World's Fastest Cyclist
The record for pedal power is held by Sam Whittingham, a compact Canadian who set the world record, a staggering 81 mph, (130km/h) on a streamlined recumbent. Most of the 100mph+ records are set going down mountains or ski slopes, fast yes but hardly done by pedal power. Some of the other high speed records are set by drafting behind cars or trucks. I'll take Sam's speed no drafting and on flat ground.Read in Wikipedia
24 Amazing Innovations from Rural India
A washing-cum-exercise machine, hand operated water lifting device, portable smokeless stove, automatic food making machine, solar mosquito killer, shock proof converter, a floating toilet soap were a few of the products on display at the exhibition of grassroots innovations at the Rashtrapati Bhavan.