- Citymapper: The aim of this app is to simplify getting around in tough-to-navigate cities. Marketed as the "ultimate transportation app," the app gives you a rundown of all your options to get from place to place, the differences of each option, as well as the costs.
- Plume mudguard: A simple, sleek mudguard to keep the backs of bike riders clean on muddy, rainy days. The mudguard can be recoiled when it's not needed.
4 innovative transportation designs
— By Tyler Falk on February 18, 2014, 9:52 AM PST
The IFmove bicycle needs a rear mudgard and a small book rack over the rear wheel. These need to be carefully designed because of the folding mechanism. My thought is, if done right, when folded, if tilted the other way, it'll work like a luggage carrier.
The irony of putting the words of "aluminum, polypropylene" in the same paragraph as "sustainable car" is amusing. It's certainly not like anything like any cars you'd see driven around Bedrock.
How was your visit to London to the Design Museum for this story, or is it another of Tyler's personal favourites from a story you found on the internet, or just the bottom 4 items which where transportation was - and you are reblogging. I'm surprised you did not lift Nest off this list, with the recent attention from Google.
I personally loved the simplicity and effectiveness of the ABC Syringe - clear when sterile, red when not, due to a reaction with the air after a few minutes.
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