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#31 Brendan


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Posted 16 October 2012 - 01:23 PM

I wonder if we're all being sucked into what is essentially an artistic impression of a "what if" product.

the "what if" being, "What if the laws of physics in the universe were different". This product would look great as a concept vehicle in a movie, or a video game etc, but I could never see it working as a commercial road worthy product.

I'm speaking as a Product Design Engineer (what I like to call myself), as I feel that title allows me to claim my seat on the fence. One one side I see the conceptual industrial design creations, and on the other side see the "will this actually work" mechanical design solutions. Both equally important and it's also important to understand that both these aspects aren't isolated.

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