TechnoArt Bike at Cambridge Science Festival

TechnoArt bike, pink TechnoArt Bike, AI Lab frame TechnoArt bike, Yellow

Have you ever wished if there was an easy way for converting your ideas and designs to real objects by taking advantage of the latest technologies? The TechnoArt Bike is a high-tech effort, with a touch of art, by Dr. Ali Taalebinezhaad as a proof-of-concept of his patented process for realizing even complex designs.

His work was featured in the Science & Innovation section of Boston Globe Newspaper on April 16, 2007.  The TechnoArt Bike will be showcased at the grand finally event of Cambridge Science Festival on Science & Technolgy:

Saturday, April 28, 2007
12pm-5pm 
MIT Stata Center
(32 Vassar St., Cambridge, MA 02139).

The TechnoArt Bike is designed in a CAD system and then automatically cut out of polycarbonate transparent sheets (Lexan) by a waterjet machine which uses CAD files as input. (At MIT dxf file from CAD is used by Omax for creating cutting path file for water-Jet.) These cut-out pieces are designed to easily lock into each other without any bolts and  nuts.

The TechnoArt Bike looks like a glass-made art sculpture in the first glance but it is indeed a fully functional bike which is built using very advanced manufacturing processes. It is packed with many electro-mechanical devices from magnet-induced lights to electronic radio and many thing else in between. This unique design will be on public display for the first time and only for one afternoon as a part of the upcoming Science Festival in Cambridge on Saturday, April 28, 2007 at MIT Stata Center. Young, old, techie, and non-techies can enjoy and benefit from this special exhibit.

Ordinary people would not need to spend a fortune to a manufacturer or be a machinist guru to build their own dream designs. Such innovative processes allow them to make their dreams come true easily. The same way that word processor and weblogs changed the world of typing and publication as we knew it,  our invotive production process can revolutionarize design productions for common people.  

Full Bike, Front View Bike Front Fork Bike rack, top view Bike Rear Frame

You can see more detailed pictures of the TechnoArt Bike at TechnoArt Photo Gallery.

13 Responses to “TechnoArt Bike at Cambridge Science Festival”

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    Magid’s Journal:
    Saw the TechnoArt Bike , which was very pretty. I can totally imagine dressing it up with interesting lighting and riding it at night.
    http://magid.livejournal.com/1161777.html

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