After recent review of PyraPOD, PyraCAR and PyraLEV, we have decided to guard their core technologies and designs behind various levels of memberships and sites. This should provide dual tracks for DIY projects and commercial developments.
Concerning naming practice, future new invovative products will follow this pattern of sharing the first four letters “Pyra” in the English product name. The Chinese and other languages’ naming patterns are relatively flexible but centered around the English one for simplicity and consistency, just like how each language site’s URL is centered around the English one.
Take a look at this pedal-powered airship trying to cross the English channel, this should give you an idea how Helium filled airship works (note that our airships do not use Helium):
And this new free spinning wing plane based on the Magnus effect, made of foam board:
Acknowledgement： this post’s featured image was taken by Tony Wong, the president of Calgary Chinese Culture Centre, wonderful scene captured by a mindful person with watching eyes!