Designed to perfection?

Maybe we need to have a field trip to the Design Museum:

Thrilling, seductive and addictive, Formula One is among the world’s most popular sports. Formula One is also an intensely secretive industry that invests hundreds of millions of pounds every year on design and technology – with £500 million spent by the racing teams to optimise their engines alone.

For the first time the public can discover the design innovations at the heart of the sport in this Design Museum exhibition featuring iconic cars and compelling deconstructions of F1 technology. An F1 car consists of over 10,000 components requiring 4,000 drawings and accuracy to within a tenth of a millimetre. As well as exploring the history of F1 design, the exhibition will explore how billions of pounds has been invested in design and technology in order to make the cars ever faster and safer.


About Alex Andronov

Alex Andronov is a writer who lives in the UK. He is currently working on 7 novels, 5 film scripts, 2 plays, 2 TV series, 1 history of the United States, 1 travelogue and trying to find some focus.
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2 Responses to Designed to perfection?

  1. Amod says:

    Possono fare molto di pi sotto il punto di vista grafico. Il cubo ha fatto cose miioglri.Ormai quando esce un gioco per wii si spera sempre e solo che sia giocabile, io preferisco sempre pensare che sia si giocabile ma che abbia pure una grafica all’altezza del wii, e la maggior parte della roba che esce non all’altezza delle potenzialit di questa console

  2. Ajsel says:

    Quoto Vergil; dico solo che KillZone 2 sta continuando a veedrne molto bene ad un ritmo paragonabile a quello che fu Halo 3; non male.. un gioco da sbavarci sopra per averlo. Di fatto , secondo N4G, la PS3 nelle ultime 10 settimane batte il Wii in fatto di vendita hardware con un trend crescente; guarda caso a seguito dell’uscita di Killzone che sembra essere il gioco pi acquistato insieme alla nuova console (parlo di vendite in Jappone)

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