The new Mercedes-Benz Stadium, home to the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United FC soccer team starting in 2017, is a state-of-the-art facility that will feature sweeping views of the Atlanta skyline; flexible capacity of up to 83,000 seats; a retractable roof inspired by the oculus in the ancient Roman Pantheon; and a 360-degree, five-story-tall video board that will be the largest in the NFL—and the world.
More info at: http://www.storemuu.com/pitin3.html
You’ll never look at it the same way 🙂
WikiHouse is an open source construction set. It’s aim is to allow anyone to design, download and ‘print’ CNC-milled houses and components, which can be assembled with minimal formal skill or training.
Go on and construct your house at http://www.wikihouse.cc 😉
Bremen-based designer Dennis Siegel built special devices that are able to tap into several electromagnetic fields to exploit them, where the energy is stored in typical batteries. Users can then retain the charges from the power supply of any machine, a cell phone or the catenary of a train by holding the harvester directly into the electromagnetic field whose strength is indicated by a LED on the top of the object.
Depending on the strength of the electromagnetic field it is possible to charge a small battery within one day. The system is meant to be an option for granting access to already existing but unheeded energy sources. By exploring these sources it can create a new awareness of the invisible electromagnetic spaces.
Read more at his website: http://dennissiegel.de/electromagnetic-harvester/
Too bad it only works on Google Chrome (Safari and Firefox is on the way, but no news about Internet Explorer 10 😦 ).
Have a look at http://froont.com/