The 2011 Tokyo Motor Show brought us some interesting and imaginative eco-friendly concept cars. With efficiency in mind, these companies pushed their creativity to the limit. Below are a few of the most eccentric designs of 2011.
Consumer spending heavily relies on digital currency and perhaps someday paper money will be obsolete. It might sound fantastic but consider how frequently you yourself use a credit card to buy things, go online to shop, or receive gift cards preloaded with a specific dollar amount. Most likely you pay your bills via online banking, pay-at-the-pump with a credit card, as well as purchase movie tickets online. Once you consider the frequency of which you actually use digital currency on a day-to-day basis, we aren’t really that far off from going totally digital with our currency. The Bitcoin revolution? Bitcoin has been around since 2009 and is a peer-to-peer digital currency.
Touchscreens have become an integral part of our way of life. When we interact with a device that has a touchscreen, we expect it to execute the action we want without a second thought.