Batman’s an Engineer, NOT a Superhero

Let’s get things out in the open to start this off. Batman is not a superhero. Superman is a superhero. Wonder woman is a superhero. Heck, even Aquaman is a superhero! But Batman? Nope, he’s not a superhero, but he is one heck of an engineer! I know, this makes a lot of you upset, but lets look at the facts. One of these things is not like the others. Superhero Characteristics: Does he have super strength? No. Can he fly? No. Run really fast? No. Have any of the abilities of the X-men? No. Surf on ice he produces from his hand? No. Engineering Feats: The Batmobile(s): Have you seen these things?! Not only are they really cool looking, but they pretty much can’t be destroyed by anything short

The Top 5 Cars of the Future, Today

When we talk about futuristic cars, a number of features come to mind. The first thing that I think about is the Jetsons, with my car flying around space and then folding up into a suitcase when I make it to work. Although this seems like a farfetched idea, vehicles like the Terrafugia TF-X or Aermobil are already working on flying cars, just not the suitcase part. These sweet rides (or flights?) might still be some years away, but other futuristic technology is already being added to vehicles available today. Electric cars, drivers assist and even the first self-driving cars are already on the roads everyday with us, and will soon be something we all take for granted. Here is my breakdown o

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Although James and Luke are both product marketing managers for Autodesk, Inc. their views do not represent those of Autodesk.