Friday, 27 February 2015

This Guy Filmed Heaven For 7 Days. What He Saw Will Blow You Away

 El Teide is Spain’s highest mountain and considered one of the heavens on earth. This mountain is specially infamous for the breathtaking sky photography scenes it offers. A team of photographers recently visited this mountain and recorded video for 7 days. The end result is just mind blowing. Watch the video in HD and fullscreen to get the full experience.

A Pyramid of 5,000 Matches Burning in an Intriguing Chain Reaction

Wednesday, 25 February 2015

12 shipping containers transformed into homes

Shipping containers are pretty damn sturdy boxes but when they become decommissioned they can be bought as a relatively cheap, versatile and green building resource. The 12 examples below show how shipping containers found new life as homes:
12 Studio H.T

Studio H.T designed a home with two shipping containers flanking a larger common space with the

Wednesday, 11 February 2015

This could be the world’s toughest flash drive

Green House has designed what could be the world’s toughest flash drive. The flash drive is said to be able to withstand and still work in temperatures of down to -40 degrees centigrade and up to as much as 85 degrees centigrade.

So in theory this means that wherever you were to take it on Earth, your data and files should be safe. However whether you would find a computer

This Amazing Technology Makes Physical Buttons Appear On A Flat Smartphone Screen

A completely flat and smooth touchscreen in which buttons bubble up when the keyboard appears, sounds almost like witchcraft (or wizardry), but Tactus Technology has actually produced such a screen using a new technology. The company amaz

Monday, 9 February 2015

This Image Can Break Your Brain

We all might have seen some things during our time surfing the web, but have you ever heard of an image that can literally change the way your mind functions?
Have a look at this video by Tom Scott discussing the McCollough effect

Wednesday, 4 February 2015

World’s tallest 3D printed building on display in China

A Chinese engineering and design firm, WinSun Decoration Design Engineering, has unveiled the world’s tallest 3D-printed building – a five-storey residential apartment block made from recycled construction materials. The Shanghai-based company have their own custom built 3D printer, costing them US$2.3