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modern days, future included, will likely sees us multi-tasking even more. more are expected of us, in both work and leisure. having said that, we also expects the things we use to be able to multi-tasks or exhibit multi-functionability. the concept 150-feet catamaran featured here, dubbed Submerge, embodies the multi-functions quality with its three-modes in one craft design. Continue reading Submerge is a catamaran, a submarine and a floating home
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traditionally, underwater remote operated vehicles (also known as ROVs) are linked the surface ship or platform via a thick communication and power line, which makes the ROVs cumbersome and hard to maneuver. the weight of the tethering cable tends to limit the maneuverability and range of the ROVs. however, this scenario is set to change with the recently announced SpiderOptics technology developed by Hawkes Remotes. Continue reading SpiderOptic technology offers more freedom to ROVs
(photo credit: julienberthier.org) Love Love | US$na | www.julienberthier.org
what you see here is not a man in dire situation but rather a fully functional boat in the form of a wrecked ship. the brain child behind this cool work of art is French designer, Julien Berthier. Continue reading when art meets boating: The Love Love
(photo source: gizmag.com) Halo Intersceptor | US$NA (Concept) | www.halointersceptor.com
i am not exclaiming when superman flew past. and it is not transformers from the blockbuster sci-fi movie either. so what on earth can transform from an automobile to a plane, a helicopter or a double hulled boat? in comes the Halo Interseptor, a concept dreamt up by UK designer, Phil Pauley. essentially, Halo Interseptor is a car and by docking the car into its different platforms, transform it into a different form of transport. think of it as a docking station for a car. kind of. Continue reading its a plane, its a helicopter, its boat… no it’s Halo Intersceptor!