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Marine Muse 12 More SeaInspired Designs & Inventions | WebEcoist

Marine Muse 12 More SeaInspired Designs & Inventions | WebEcoist

Marine Muse: 12 More Sea-Inspired Designs #038; Inventions Who would have thought that a fish with a rectangular body could inspire a car, that compounds in algae could help us fight drug-resistant bacteria, or that schools of fish could hold the key to designing more efficient wind farms? The sea is a source of endless inspiration for design, architecture and all kinds of inventions from robotics to biomedical breakthroughs.  Here are 12 (more! ) examples of oceanic biomimicry. For their 2005 Bionic Car Concept. Mercedez-Benz looked to the boxfish: a fast tropical fish that’s angular yet streamlined, aerodynamic and highly efficient. “Its rectangular anatomy is practically identical ...

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MercedesBenz Fashion Week tents at Lincoln Center losing their…

MercedesBenz Fashion Week tents at Lincoln Center losing their…

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week tents at Lincoln Center losing their luster among designers Tracy Reese, Michael Kors and Diane von Furstenberg are among the trendsetters who are heading elsewhere to display their wares, joining Carolina Herrera, Tommy Hilfiger and Oscar de la Renta. Share this URL Cindy Ord/Getty for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week The tents at Lincoln Center draw such celebrities as (l.-r.) Ali Kay, Jessica Alba, Allison Williams, Holland Roden and AnnaSophia Robb, here at a show of Diane von Furstenberg designs. Lincoln Center is quickly going out of fashion. Top designers Tracy Reese, Michael Kors and Diane von Furstenberg have joined the parade of fashionistas leaving the ...

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The Angular Boxfish and The Mercedes Benz Bionic Car

Rubric: Mercedes-Benz interesting | 21 Фев 2015 | no comments yet »
The Angular Boxfish and The Mercedes Benz Bionic Car

The Angular Boxfish and The Mercedes Benz Bionic Car Man borrows a lot from nature in his application of technology, like when the bat provided inspiration for sonar – a system using transmitted and reflected underwater sound waves to detect and locate submerged objects or measure the distance to the floor of a body of water. Bionic engineers are specialists in translating nature’s solutions into human technology and attempt to answer questions such as why nocturnal animals like bats which are known to be blind can adapt to use echolocation by which they navigate and hunt prey. Daimler AG, the automotive manufacturer that claims to act responsibly towards society and the environment and ...

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We Live in the Future | Animals Make the Best Cars

Rubric: Mercedes-Benz interesting | 10 Фев 2015 | no comments yet »
We Live in the Future | Animals Make the Best Cars

We Live in the Future: Animals Make the Best Cars One of my good friends from college has this lofty plan to make a science fiction movie at some point in his life (theoretically before the advent of actual science fiction) in which all of the spaceships will be based on the designs of deep-sea marine life. It turns out this is exactly what scientists are doing nowadays: basing innovations off of naturally-occurring phenomena. Turns Out Mother Nature is WAY Smarter Than We Are Nature is the most efficient system you can possibly imagine. Since the days of Leonardo da Vinci we have looked to birds to figure out how to fly, butterflies to figure out how to make the color of our technology ...

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Mercedes and the boxfish | The Scientist Magazine®

Mercedes and the boxfish | The Scientist Magazine®

The Scientist Mercedes and the boxfish Credit: COURTESY OF DAIMLERCHRYSLER AG INSET: © JEFFREY JEFFORDS/DIVEGALLERY.com / Credit: COURTESY OF DAIMLERCHRYSLER AG INSET: © JEFFREY JEFFORDS/DIVEGALLERY.com In 1996, Dieter Gürtler and his colleagues from the Mercedes Technology Center in Sindelfingen, Germany, were looking for a model for a holistically conceived bionic car, respecting at once physics, design, and aerodynamics. So he turned to Ronald Fricke, head of the ichthyology department at the Rosenstein Museum i Credit: COURTESY OF DAIMLERCHRYSLER AG INSET: © JEFFREY JEFFORDS/DIVEGALLERY.com / Credit: COURTESY OF DAIMLERCHRYSLER AG INSET: © JEFFREY JEFFORDS/DIVEGALLERY.com In ...

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MERCEDES BENZ models & brand history

MERCEDES BENZ models & brand history

Everything about MERCEDES BENZ MERCEDES BENZ Brand History The German luxury car-manufacturer has been around for more than a century, having elegantly drifted the both smooth and rough curves of automobile history. Responsible for the modern internal combustion engine#039;s genesis, the #039;fathers#039; of the Mercedes-Benz brand practically invented the automobile. Many years ago when mahogany canes and high-top hats were the ultimate fashion and social prominence statements, two men by the names of Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler were busy freeing the world from horse-powered transportation. The 1886 archetype of the modern engine, their device was not a result of team-work but of independent ...

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Bionic Showdown

Bionic Showdown

to dramatically open the new Bionic Girl series each week to explain. She was the first person to have the surgery as the result of a long standing congenital disease. Well. The drama in this story has already gotten off to a slow start. But I did appreciate they at least attempted to come up with a different idea. The rest of the story I thought was fair, but Steve and Jaime were in diminished roles this time around so that most of the energy could be devoted to launching the new characters. In the end, in this viewer’s opinion, Steve and Jaime still put out more volts on screen than the rest of the characters combined. Divine Secrets: By 1989, it appears our bionic sweethearts Steve ...

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Backstage Conversations | The Week to Week of this Musician and Geek

Backstage Conversations | The Week to Week of this Musician and Geek

Meta Across the Finish Line …I honestly didn’t see this coming. Don’t worry, they still let me graduate and all that. I’ve got my credentials now…they can’t take that away from me. What I mean to say is…I thought that the end of 2013 would bring about a significant amount of fanfare in my life…fresh opportunities and enthusiasm. You think the race is gonna be over…nope. There’s just another one on the other side. Sorry, that’s kind of a bummer line to lead off with for the first post of the new year. Also…February…January literally just flew by. So what has happened since my last post… I’ve said goodbye to Denton …not permanently. I’ve still got plenty ...

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Red Dot Online MercedesBenz – bionic car

Red Dot Online MercedesBenz – bionic car

Mercedes-Benz – bionic car Mercedes-Benz – bionic car (Exhibition) DaimlerChrysler AG, Stuttgart jangled nerves GmbH, Stuttgart What will the world of tomorrow look like and how will we live? Exploring the future is as fascinating as it is essential for our society, science and economy. However, there is hardly any industry that consistently has to foresee trends and lifestyles and anticipate today what life will be like in six or seven years like the automobile industry. This is the period of time between the first rough draft and the finally functioning car which has to be ahead of current standards in technology, safety and consumption as well as sense of form, style and choice ...

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Bionic yahoos

Rubric: Mercedes-Benz interesting | 30 Янв 2015 | no comments yet »
Bionic yahoos

Menu tajemniczka 20 Ways Sharks Help Humans 1. As the oldest-living vertebrates, sharks may provide information on the origin and evolution of all vertebrate species, including humans. 2. Sharks affect shellfish-population counts, since many consume skates, rays, and other predators of scallops, crabs, lobsters, and more. When sharks decline, shellfish that many humans like to eat start to disappear, too. 3. Sharks rigged with cameras have provided important data on dangerous underwater sites, such as a Pacific Ocean nuclear-test site where sharks were deployed in 2003. 4. Sharks possess a highly developed immune system, with few species suffering from cancer and other disorders. ...

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