Floating Flower Garden is an interactive installation by Tokyo-based art studio teamLab that allows viewers to walk amidst what is essentially an upside-down garden. The immersive space is filled with 2,300 living flowers which hang from above. As a person walks through the garden, the flowers near them are lifted upwards, creating a constantly moving hemisphere of free space. Floating Flower Garden is on display at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo through May 10, 2015.
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Friday, 20 March 2015
Shmel 11C - Road marking machine
A very efficient marking machine. DBKL, JKR should buy this..
Thursday, 19 March 2015
Filo Lamp is adjustable to fit your personality
You might see a light and lamp shade that you really like but after many months of it hanging in your home you could get fed up of it. The Filo lamp from Laura Modoni is different as its appearance can be adjusted to fit your personality and mood. So if you get fed up of how it looks you can just give it a new look by changing the position of the wooden sticks.
[Image Courtesy of Filo]
Along with providing many a new look the Filo lamp is also eco-friendly and is pretty energy efficient. The lamp makes use of the
Guy Found Old Cement Pipes In His Backyard. What He Made With Them Will Amaze You
There are too many rooms in our homes, but we lack that one room sometimes which is meant to be for the storage of additional or extra materials. This guy made a storage room of his own by following simple steps and what he created was beautiful and amazing at the same time.
The guy started off with giant cement pipes
Drone Captures Breathtaking Footage Inside The Worlds Largest Cave
Hang Son Doong in Vietnam is the world’s largest cave. One of its chambers more than 3 miles long, 660 feet high and 490 feet wide. Hang Son Doong is essentially a microclimate; with its own river, jungle and beaches. Due to its sheer size and diversity of nature, Hang Son Doong would be impossible to comprehend from any other angle than the sky - so photographer Ryan Deboodt and his team spent 10 hours wondering around this incredible system of sink holes, sky lights and rivers with a drone. Check out the amazing footage.
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