race cars are a staple of Cub Scout jamborees and third-grade science classrooms, but a group of students at the
The Art Center College of Design in Pasadena is renown for it’s thought leadership and graduates who set the trend in transportation design, but this is unique even by their standards. have managed one that would make any gear head growl in approval. Rubber-band power is typical reserved for toy planes or cars but as reported in this recent article in Wired, Art Center is once again breaking new ground with their 3-D printed nylon, carbon fiber, and machined aluminum, and named Cirin. Sound interesting? You can read more about it here.