The winner will be announced on August 24, but in the meantime, we can all enjoy the snappy marketing video above. At a retail price of $600, the Copenhagen Wheel may be priced low enough to make a big splash. MIT’s SENSEable City Lab (the wheel’s designers) says to look for the wheel in stores by June 2011.
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