quirkycity’s photostream on Flickr.
My husband and I went to the Canadian International Autoshow again this year. You can find some of my detail shots at my Flickr site photostream.
For me this year, it was all about the details. The show had everything from car sections, to engine blocks below, to a rolling car scanner, to a remote car hood opening. So while this post isn’t exactly about architecture, it is about design. Some of it is more effective than others.
The first video is one with a moving xray machine for the Mazda exhibit.
The second video is a classic car hood opening remotely.
If you went to they Autoshow, what was your experience?
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One thought on “All in the details: A day at the Canadian International Autoshow!”
Shiny, shiny cars. Not much in the way of dents, hmm? I’m not much of a car person, but the pictures are perfect.
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