Toss out your alarm clock, radio and other lighting, on the grounds that ilight leaves little else to be fancied on your bedside or work area! It's an in with no reservations one, intelligent result that adjusts with your shrewd gadgets through Bluetooth to play your most loved tunes or your alarm. Through the remote application, you can additionally select the temperament lighting of your decision from an incredible 256 color options. To turn it off/on, simply provide for its playful, unbalanced top a pat! Do want!
Posted by ahmad alasmar Monday, August 18, 2014
Posted by ahmad alasmar Sunday, August 17, 2014
Paul Richardson as of late used three weeks in Paris, catching it in all its quintessentially French exquisiteness and the result is this unimaginable time-slip (with a stunning hyperlapse up to the Arc de Triumphe being my most loved part as I drove that street at about the same speed as a youngster). While he was there, Paris accomplished some monstrous storms, so in the event that you like photography which catches lightning, you are going to love this .
Posted by ahmad alasmar Thursday, August 14, 2014
Picture taker and movie producer Kirill Neiezhmakov has exceeded expectations himself this time. Going to Portugal in May 2014 he took in Lisbon and Sesimbra, making this astounding blending of time-failure and hyperlapse, with a little tilt shift tossed in for good measure. The consolidation starting with one spot then onto the next is consistent (how can he do that?) as is the move from firm ground to water. A remarkable bit of film.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Technicon Design's new Ixion private plane idea replaces windows with adaptable screens that can show immersive, surrounding perspectives of the outside environment on inner part lodge dividers and roof. Cameras mounted on the plane's primary body and wings catch the encompassing vistas, permitting travelers to have an unparalleled, 360° perspective of amazing view like perpetual blue skies, profound sea waters, remote mountains, or the sparkle of city lights underneath. The high-determination, low-voltage display is powered by sunlight based boards set on the top of the plane.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Monday, August 11, 2014
Holding up for the transport simply got some more fun with this expansive typography design as of late uncovered in Baltimore. Made by Madrid-based artist collective mmmm… —an imaginative joint effort between Emilio Alarcón, Alberto Alarcón, Ciro Márquez, and Eva Salmerón—the stand-out piece comprises of three substantial letters that truly define the saying B-U-S. Every 14-feet-tall by 7 broad model is developed out of wood and steel, and capacities as a spot to rest and also protect from the sun, rain, and wind .
Posted by ahmad alasmar Sunday, August 10, 2014
Posted by ahmad alasmar Saturday, August 9, 2014
The mountain valley of Quebrada de Humahuaca, in the area of Jujuy, in north-west Argentina, is home to some captivating geography. The Hill of Seven Colors and Painter's Palette in Maimará are acclaimed, however most guests leave the brook without knowing the mountains of Hornocal or "Serranias del Hornocal". Found only 25 km from Humahuaca, along a decently evaluated unpaved street, this mountain extent is without a doubt an absolute necessity see for anybody visiting Argentina, yet shockingly, this site let alone for practically all the vacationer circuits on account of which Serranias del Hornocal stays obscure to most explorers out and about that prompts Humahuaca.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Thursday, August 7, 2014
By most accounts 250 kilometers northeast of Kunming, the capital of China's Yunnan Province, lies Dongchuan, a country zone with the world's most forcing red earth. Spread over limitless terraced fields, Dongchuan's unordinary earthy red color originates from its rich store of iron and copper. Laid open to the warm and muggy atmosphere of Yunnan, the iron in the dirt experiences oxidization to structure iron oxide which is characteristically red in shade.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Wednesday, August 6, 2014
In case you're an aficionado of video games, then Javier Laspiur's CONTROLLERS is an arrangement apparently trying to win over your affections. The photographic artist demonstrates the advancement of the handheld controller from when he initially began playing the entertainment consoles in 1983. Each sythesis has the same set up, providing for us a premise of correlation between models.