The Gita Robot — gita meaning “short trip” in Italian — promotes sustainable, active transportation while also refashioning everyday errands as opportunities to engage and connect. A simple push of a button allows the self-rolling robot to sense its environment and pair with its leader to instantly roll behind them, in sync with their pace. The unit was designed to move like humans move; with smooth, natural motion, it continuously follows without interruption, at up to 6 mph while toting up to 40 lbs. “From students to working professionals, new parents to grandparents, Gita empowers people of all ages to more actively enjoy their surroundings, and to interact with their communities in a more meaningful way,” says Greg Lynn, CEO and Co-Founder of Piaggio Fast Forward, creators of Gita. Available in three colors — Signal Red, Thunder Gray or Twilight Blue — it stylishly complements daily life; PiaggioFastForward.com.
Billionaire philanthropist, entrepreneur and contemporary art collector Jorge M. Pérez unveiled his highly anticipated experimental arts center, El Espacio 23, with an intimate preview event for local community leaders and South Florida cultural luminaries
Turkey with stuffing. The Christmas ham. Blackeyed peas, cornbread and collard greens for good luck in the New Year. Enough holiday food. It’s time to remember that we live in the south and nothing is more tropical than delicious, nutritious avocados.