Posts tagged with 'technology'
Friday Fun: Harnessing the Braking Power of a Bike
Friday Fun: Harnessing the Braking Power of a Bike
Isn’t it just the worst riding up a hill on your bike? If Maxwell von Stein’s invention catches on, riding up a hill or gaining speed after stopping at a red light will never exert much energy again. The Cooper ...
Vienna, Austria Ranked As the Smartest City
Vienna, Austria Ranked As the Smartest City
We previously wrote about the most livable cities in the world and the most innovative solutions to make cities more livable. Now we bring you the smartest cities in the world, courtesy of Boyd Cohen of Co.EXIST. Cohen explains that ...
Photo by Ryan Resella.
Washington, D.C. to Host Transportation Camp 2012
After completing two successful Transportation Camp events in 2011 (in San Francisco and New York City), OpenPlans, a nonprofit technology organization, is hosting this year’s Transportation Camp in Washington, D.C. this weekend. OpenPlans is behind some of the greatest intersections ...
Photo by PatrickYHC.
Research Recap, November 21: EVs in China, Mobile Transit Info, Simulated Driving Technology
Welcome to “Research Recap,” our series highlighting recent reports, studies and other findings in sustainable transportation policy and practice, in case you missed it. Electric Vehicles in China Nissan and the Wuhan Municipal Government are actively moving forward with their ...
Is your city a leader in innovative thinking? Photo by Thorsten Becker.
IBM Hosts Twitter Talk to Promote Smarter Cities Challenge 2012
Did you catch yesterday’s Twitter chat on what it takes to be a smarter city? To promote its 2012 Smarter Cities Challenge, IBM hosted a discussion with Stanley S. Litow, IBM’s vice president of corporate citizenship and corporate affairs and ...
Friday Fun: Water Calligraphy on a Tricycle
Friday Fun: Water Calligraphy on a Tricycle
Nicholas Hanna, an installation and media artist working in Beijing, premiered his water calligraphy device during Beijing Design Week this month. Mounted on a tricycle, the device mimics the Chinese performing art of writing calligraphy on the ground with water. ...
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