Highlights from Interbike 2014

Stu Robarts

Ralph Lauren and OMsignal have created a smart sports top that monitors the wearer's perfo...

Ralph Lauren clothing has been helping people look slick since 1967, but in the future it may also help you to keep fit. The company has announced a new Polo Tech shirt that monitors biological and physiological information of its wearer. It will be tested out at this year's US Open.  Read More

Ro-Ad Architects has designed a floating bridge at Ravelijn fortress

You could be forgiven for expecting a bridge to rise above the water over which it is intended to span. A new bridge in the Netherlands, however, takes a different approach. The Ravelijn Bridge floats on top of the water, providing access to and from the Ravelijn fortress-island.  Read More

Rebubl is designed to re-carbonate fizzy drinks that have gone flat Nothing ruins a glass of soda like taking a sip and realizing it's gone flat in the fridge. What's more, it's a waste of money to then pour the rest of it away down the sink. A new family of devices from Bubl promises to put the fizz back into flat soda, be it at home or away.  Read More

Nike's House of Mamba basketball court

LEDs are being phased into use everywhere from living rooms to offices to car headlights to street-lighting. Whilst these uses are practical, for something a little more exciting we can look to Nike. Its House of Mamba basketball court uses an LED surface for graphics, video and player-tracking.  Read More

London's Leadenhall Building has reached practical completion and will officially open nex...

London's skyline appears to reach ever higher to the sky. Earlier this year it was claimed that 230 new towers were being planned in the city. That figure includes the Leadenhall Building, which sits close to the Gherkin and has a tapering profile so as not to impede views of St. Paul's Cathedral.  Read More

Estimote Nearables are stickers that can be attached to everyday objects, detecting locati...

The Internet of Things is turning the physical world into a digitally-connected ecosystem. Some objects have built-in connectivity, whilst others can be connected to the internet using attachable devices. Estimote Nearables are small attachable stickers that monitor location, motion and temperature data.  Read More

The newly-built Levi's Stadium utilizes both technologically and environmentally advanced ...

You might expect a major new sports stadium built in Silicon Valley to be super cutting edge – and you'd be right. The newly-built Levi's Stadium is home to the San Francisco 49ers. It seats 68,500 people and is one of the most technologically and environmentally innovative stadiums in the world.  Read More

Asia Aerospace City is a new aerospace industry hub to be built in Malaysia

Designs for a new aerospace industry hub in Malaysia have recently been released. Asia Aerospace City will feature research and development facilities, office suites, academic campuses, a convention center and residential areas. Its estimated worth to Malaysia will be US$1.1 billion by 2020.  Read More

New designs have been released for swimming pools in the River Thames proposed by the Tham...

Back in January, London-based architects Studio Octopi released some conceptual designs for the creation of natural swimming pools in the River Thames. The designs were created for an open ideas contest. The response was so positive, however, that updated designs have now been released.  Read More

The ButterUp butter knife has a built-in grater to make cold butter easier to spread Many a sandwich has been ruined by overzealous buttering with fridge-cold butter. The anguish of torn bread may now be a thing of the past, though, thanks to a newly-designed butter knife. The ButterUp knife has a built-in grater to soften butter for spreading.  Read More

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