Un nuovo modello di auto volante

The Terrafugia – TF-X™.

Terrafugia is excited to premier the new Outer Mold Line for the TF-X™, Terrafugia’s vision for the future of personal transportation. The TF-X™ will be a four-seat, vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) hybrid electric aircraft that makes flying easier and safer than ever before. Visit terrafugia.com for more information.
This is history in the making.


Stairs Light up with LEDs Each Time you Step

Nguyen Phuc Nguyen – Stairs Light up.


Flying car, l’auto che vola

Aeromobil Road & flying test of AeroMobil

Aeromobil is a “flying car” that perfectly makes use of existing infrastructure created for automobiles and planes, and opens doors to real door-to-door travel. In terms of automobile configuration, it fits to a standard parking space, its engine enables it to tank at any gas station, it is fully accustomed to road traffic and as a plane it could both take off and land at any airport in the world.
With its ambition to become a real “flying car”, the current version – Aeromobil 2.5 is a prototype of the third generation. Aeromobil 3 is stylish, comfortable for both the driver and passenger, and exceptionally combines the performance of a sports car with qualities of an “ultralight”.

3D Printed Car

Local Motors – 3D Printed Car.

Printed, manufactured and introduced in September 2014, the Strati is the world’s first 3D-printed car. It was printed in one piece, took just 44 hours, and was assembled live by the Local Motors team in front of attendees at IMTS 2014. It’s a product of online collaboration and development by open-source hardware manufacturer Local Motors, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Cincinnati Incorporated, and a worldwide community of passionate designers and engineers.The Strati stole the spotlight at IMTS 2014 and showed the world how 3D-printing can, and will, influence the automotive industry. Cars will take less time to go from design to manufacturing to the sales floor. They’ll contain less parts, meaning fewer potential problems. In the near future, you will be able to design your vehicle, submit it to a manufacturer, and pick it up the next day. Additive manufacturing, more commonly known as 3D printing, is the next step for the automotive industry, and Local Motors just made the world to take note.
The online community at Local Motors voted for the winning design during the official Local Motors 3D-printed Car Challenge. There were over 200 entries, but the most popular design among both online users and the Local Motors staff was the Strati.
This is history in the making.