The Human Car on the Road Stage

Self-driving; closer than ever before
Updated 28 November 2016
Rahman Mohamed

Cars.  They’ve become a natural part of the human habitat; you see them on the road everyday.  But there’s always someone behind the “wheel”.  There they are, watching the road, looking at the traffic lights, looking out for the buses, making sure they don’t run over someone who decided to walk, and always making sure they don’t scratch the car driving next to them that has a driver too.  Soon, the driver will become obsolete.  The car will drive itself.

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Drones in the Home?

Closer than ever before
Rahman Mohamed

The word drone is not new to many.  It has multiple definitions.  It can be the lazy male bee or ant whose only job is mating with the queen, someone who’s lazy, or someone who just keeps talking, and talking, and talking, about the same subject and never seems to end (Don’t worry, this post is about a different Drone).  The most common definition used today: Drone; the wireless computer that can fly.

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Blown Away, Not Bored

Hoverboards, a near reality
Rahman Mohamed

Retrieved from Hendo Hover 19 August 2015

Once upon a time there was a prediction: In 2015 hoverboards will be the preferred mode of casual travel around the worldwide.   They might not be in stores today but the time is close.

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