Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Future Mode Of Transportation

One could argue that the military is responsible for the development of the mobile technology (from mobile phones to computers), that we have come to depend upon. Since this access may soon turn Orwellian in nature, I thought it would be prudent to show potentially new modes of public transportation, courtesy of passionate human engineering.

Battlefield 3 is a video game that allows for the singular exploration of all vehicles made available by some of our most advanced territorial technologies. Thought their ad was clever:

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  1. Negative? #of kilometers per liter.
    Positive? Great theme music.

  2. A tank with my road rage? There wouldn't be any cars left on the road.

  3. "Usually I get a train into work but what better way to get to work than in a tank?"

    Um - In your: personal jet pack.
    Escorted by your personal terminator bot....

    Nice one AC.

  4. If I had one of those I could learn to enjoy driving.

  5. T has B3 and I am about ready to throw it out the window! Lots of yelling. Lots. Of. Yelling.

  6. Traffic jams and parking issues instantly solved!

  7. I just watched the video while we had breakfast and my son asked, "Who's using the music from BATTLEFIELD 3? Even at low volume. While we've been otherwise occupied, a new planet discovered and other, meaningful, perspective-adjusting news. Many years ago, mid-70s, having driven tiny (sometimes tinny) foreign cars only, we found the world's greatest bargain on a 1962 Cadillac Sedan de Ville. Not a real tank but pretty close, for something with powder blue leather interior. It sure was fun while it lasted. :)


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