November 19, 2006

Shaped like a speaker, it’s actually a 3′ tall, stand-alone audio system that can be connected wirelessly to the PC or via RCA inputs. It the first audio product for lifestyle that Ferrari has ever licensed. At the base is a Ferrari logo and at the top is quintessential Ferrari engine start button, its that simple. 1000 units in production only at USD20,000 a piece. It will go nicely with the Acer Ferrari notebook… hahaha…

Extract from CE Pro

Krupp giant trencher

November 19, 2006

I thought machines of such scale only happens in Japanese cartoons… like Howl’s moving castle or Transformers… so when I saw this pic, I was quite amazed. What’s more… it was built in 1978 if the blog with the story claims correctly.

This enormous mining machine (300 meters long, weight: 45,500 tons) is capable of moving on its treads to the various open-air mine locations.
The last such epic transition happened in 2001, when it crawled from one mine to the other – across 22 kilometers of fields, roads, railway crossings, villages and countryside… As it could not go around the obstacles, it headed in a straight line, so the workers prepared the way by piling up sand cushions on top of highways and train tracks, removing power-lines and seeding the fields with special grass to make its progress smoother.

The world destroyer! Cool! Built during the era of the global race for technological supremacy…

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Open Edition LED Clock

November 19, 2006

A series of four cubes, each displaying one glowing number. When placed in order, current time is displayed normally. “When placed in “dis”order, time is completely rearranged.” What’s that mean??? Rearranged in a mess? or rearranged to display correct time?

Maybe its meant to confuse so you can be late everyday of your life and give excuses like “sorry, my clock was rearranged this morning”.

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