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Travelers enter an floating aluminium capsule that could travel through a large steel tube, reaching a speeds of up to 1,290 km/h (800 mp/h). These images below show sketches of the passenger transport capsule and how it would look travelling through the steel tubes.
Musk has been dropping hints about his system for more than a year during public events, mentioning that it could never crash and would be immune to weather.
During a Tesla earnings call on Thursday, Musk said he is too focused on other projects to consider actually building the Hyperloop.
via: Yahoo News
Shainblum has been mirroring images for five years and spent four months working on “Mirror City,” using footage from Chicago, San Francisco, San Diego, Las Vegas and Los Angeles.
Aether is a clothing store located in San Francisco that is made out of three 8′ x 9.6′ x 40′ shipping containers piled one on top of one another, designed by Thierry Gaugain. The store features a glass-enclosed cantilevered lounge and a trick laundromat-style clothing conveyor system. The small LA-based company’s first standalone store also have a traveling Airstream trailer store in Dallas, Texas.
via: Huffington Post
Apple will unveil its latest version of iPhone today at Yerba Buena Center for Arts in San Francisco. The device is expected to have a larger screen and a new dock connector and should be a bigger leap forward than the 4S was.
It’s been almost a year since Apple unveiled the iPhone 4S with voice recognition (Siri) and a dual-core A5 chip allowing it to use much faster graphics for gameplay and to download data twice as fast. Whether its the iPhone 5 or “new iPhone” I just hope Apple doesn’t sticks to the same basic script they pulled off with the New iPad back in march. So, let’s see what Apple holds for us tonight.