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super cool awesome inspired creative earphones bionics design (2)

Skullcandy earphones designed by Catherine Wong look like the human bone joints or even the vampire's tooth. With bionics, the complex structure and unusual

'unique chair design from France' ... must have gotten inspiration from here in TX

Zoomorphic Collection is the latest creative work from Wild Design_insect shaped chairs in red color

Skullcandy Earphones

Skullcandy earphones designed by Catherine Wong look like the human bone joints or even the vampire's tooth. With bionics, the complex structure and unusual

☆ Beehive .: The beautiful hexagonal patterns in a dragonfly's eye were made even more special by the water droplets :. Photography By ~:Erez Marom ☆

Beehive - The beautiful hexagonal patterns in a dragonfly's eye were made even more special by the water droplets. Canon Canon MP-E macro Focus stacked, natural light Rishon lake, Israel

Amazing Adaptive Tree Roots

art-tension: “ Roots Reclaiming Their Space This post is dedicated to the magnificent tree roots that beautifully resist the boundaries set for them by our civilization. Tree roots reclaiming their.

PowerGripper – research project for the development of new gripper systems

Welcome to the global corporate website for the Festo Group!

WebEcoist  Oceanic Biomimicry: 13 Designs Inspired by the Sea

Oceanic Biomimicry: 13 Designs Inspired by the Sea

Oceanic Biomimicry: 13 Designs Inspired by the Sea ⬆ Selected by Atelier Avec Vue

In a sweeping review of the field of bio-inspired engineering and biomimicry in the Feb. 15 issue of the journal Science, two engineers at the University of California, San Diego, identify three characteristics of biological materials that they believe engineers would do well to emulate in human-made materials: light weight, toughness and strength.

Tough, light and strong: Lessons from nature could lead to the creation of new materials

Here’s a micro CT-scan of a seahorse from UC San Diego. Seahorses get their exceptional flexibility from the structure of their bony plates, which are able to slide past each other.

Air is continuously drawn from this open space by fans on the first floor. It is then pushed up vertical supply sections of ducts that are located in the central spine of each of the two buildings. The fresh air replaces stale air that rises and exits through exhaust ports in the ceilings of each floor. Ultimately it enters the exhaust section of the vertical ducts before it is flushed out of the building through chimneys.

BIOMIMETIC ARCHITECTURE: Green Building in Zimbabwe Modeled After Termite Mounds

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