Chris Petescia

Co-founder of Carrot Creative, design geek, practical hippie, music enthusiast and generally creative individual who finds inspiration through imagination.

Located in Park Slope & DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY.
Dreaming in a galaxy far, far away....

 

"Dynamic target tracking camera system keeps its eye on the ball"


This is nuts - so cool

100,000 Stars: A Google Chrome Experiment
This is stunning. I have not been able to close the tab for 2 days now…
Experience or Learn More

100,000 Stars: A Google Chrome Experiment

This is stunning. I have not been able to close the tab for 2 days now…

Experience or Learn More

STAR WARS SPEEDERBIKE - close to being realized?

A California-based company called Aerofex have uploaded a video to YouTube, below, showing footage of their hoverbike which uses a ducted-fan to give it lift and is based on an abandoned design, due to stability issues, from the 1960s. The company added knee bars to address these issues which allow the vehicle to intuitively respond to the leaning of a human pilot, as they explain:

The pilot cruises in the direction he wishes to go with little conscious input or training. The vehicle takes cues from his intuitive movements and amplifies them aerodynamically to maintain his level flight path. By applying throttle, he can increase altitude and speed.