British architect Guy Hollaway recently unveiled plans for the world’s first multi-story skatepark, which is to be built in Folkestone, England. The idea behind this project is to prevent young people from moving away from this sleepy seaside town. Three concrete floors will provide a park for skateboarders and BMX riders, and there will be a boxing ring in the basement. For both new and experienced climbers, there will be an 11-meter-high climbing wall, which will span the three upper floors. It will have a rooftop terrace where skaters, bikers, climbers, and boxers can go to cool off while enjoying the incredible views over the English Channel.
The average in-home treadmill might not be something you can call it smart. And actually they are often become a place to hang clothes rather than an exercise machine. Reason is pretty simple – they’re B-O-R-I-N-G! Voyager, the concept of a in-home treadmill by Ilseop Yoon, features a massive screen and some very cool social applications, the Voyager promises a highly immersible running experience. We can run around different places in trip mode, or compete with friends through sports mode. In the game mode, by controlling your our own fictional characters, you can exercise and entertain at the same time. Just like to have a real life version temple run. How awesome that is!
In many parts of the world Soccer is more than a sport it is a religion! The passion and energy that the fans and players muster is a constant wonder. Fans come dressed in team or national colors and often face and body painting are colorful expressions of the power and energy of the game. When the football world gathers together in South Africa in 2010 for the Soccer World Cup, the national flags of all the qualifying nations will be in evidence on many a supporters face.