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3 September 2017 by mike

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3 September 2017 by Vicky Idea Sp...
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The only lighthouse clock tower in the world
This clock tower in Colombo Sri Lanka served as a lighthouse between 1867 and 1952. It's also the centre from which the distances of the road network throughout Sri Lanka are measured.
3 September 2017 by lynnwood

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Airless bike tyres
Punctures are the bane of all cyclists, and Bridgestone?might be on the verge of eliminating them for good. The company?s new tyre is called the ?Air Free Concept?, and is an evolution of the airless car tyres Bridgestone announced back in 2011. https://www.springwise.com/next-gen-bicycle-tire-deliver-air-free-concept?
3 September 2017 by lauralaura-co...

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Making dangerous roads safer
#RoadsThatHonk works by alerting speeding drivers to avoid collisions with the help of SmartLife poles that use radar technology across accident prone turns. The poles are installed at key intersections, and use an advanced networked device to combine wireless technology, radar systems, and an anti-collision warning system, all powered by solar PV modules. http://www.thedrum.com/news/2017/04/27/hp-and-leo-burnett-collaborate-anti-collision-tech-roadsthathonk-campaign
3 September 2017 by oliver

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A house that can be folded up and transported anywhere
IIT Madras students have developed a house than can be folded up and transported anywhere. It's a two-storey house made out of metal frames and iron panels that can be unfolded and fixed to accommodate 20 people at a time. It can be set anywhere that's flat; all you have to do is unfold its metal frames and start fixing the panels which will be the walls for the house. There are provisions for electricity and water supply as well. This construction should be especially useful when natural disasters render many homeless.
3 September 2017 by lynnwood