Dutch design duo Van Tjalle en Jasper have created the Beat-Shelf, inspired by the heart beat.
Soon, it will be possible to buy a ticket to the Earth’s atmosphere.
Lesser known than Elon Musk and Richard Bronson’s space tourism exploits is World View, a luxury flight capsule that, in an estimated four years, will start taking travelers on five hour tours through our earth’s atmosphere.
Do we really have to wait that long?!
It’s a drill that shoots frickin’ laser beams
by Michael Keller
And it was built by a company called Foro Energy with funding assistance from the Department of Energy’s advanced research projects agency, ARPA-E. The agency says the innovation makes drilling for petroleum and geothermal sources of energy faster and cheaper.
Foro engineers overcame major physical obstacles to make their high-powered lasers. They can now deliver laser energy through fiber optic cable over long distances because they figured out how to counter an effect called stimulated Brillouin scattering. This physics problem occurs when the electric field of a high-energy laser triggers vibrations in the fiber that interfere with the movement of photons. The vibrations cause the photons to scatter, often back in the direction from which they traveled.
See the video below.
Before and After Video Effects – Movies
Let us take a moment to appreciate all the effects people who create these things and the actors who make you believe them.
and the actors/actresses who have to act like there’s giant fucking mountains when all they can see is the fucking colour green
Earin, currently attracting tons of money on Kickstarter, is a tiny wireless earbud product that’s a bit different from anything currently on the market—and by doing things so differently, it might be the first pair of wireless earbuds that really attracts us.
Mas de la Serra - Spain
Nestled in the unspoilt Spanish region of Matarranya, Aragon - one of Europe’s last wilderness areas, Mas de la Serra is a 7th-century stone farmhouse turned into a boutique hotel with charming interiors and swank facilities such as hammam, infinity-edge swimming pool and home cinema. The property has 8 individually styled bedrooms whose rustic decors mingle the structure’s original features with African and South American touches. Further amenities include lovely stargazing terraces, gardens, patios, home-cooked Peruvian dishes and a cellar bar stocked with fine wines and Scottish whiskies made by the family of the hotel’s owner, Alasdair Grant.
Anti-Theft Lunchbags by Think Of The
The reusable and recyclable zipper bags will make sure nobody steals your sandwich. They have green splotches printed on both sides, so it looks like your food has gone mouldy.
Originally sold out a similar design is now available here.
The two people behind the. are a male and female duo named Sherwood and Mihoko, respectively. Many of their products are cheeky redesigns of everyday products, like Speak-er, a speaker shaped like a comic’s dialogue bubble or the Large Pocket Shirt, a T-shirt with a seriously oversized front pocket. Availability for all their items are limited, so the two can quickly make and sell any new, weird ideas that pop into their mind.