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My Father, Excalibur and Me

If its all the same to you artists playing quick and detached with greatly cherished mythology then you will discover My Father, Excalibur and Me generally stimulating. Indeed it is likewise the insidious way that it usurps well known movement tropes that make it such a delight to watch. It was made by a gathering of understudies at Isart Digital, something that makes this extremely fulfilled liveliness significantly more extraordinary than it as of now is.

Sprawling Antarctic Port Mimics Jagged Ice Formations Along Frozen Coast

Sergiu-Radu Pop, a construction modeling understudy taught by Zaha Hadid at Studio Hadid Vienna, disclosed advancement plans for the Earth's last outskirts with his proposed Transformable Antarctic Research Facility. The venture imagines a sprawling habitat for crucial research and in addition natural tourism, loaded with spaces like show corridors, activity rooms, settlement, conference chambers, observation decks, and port transportation stations.

In the event that You Have Never Wanted to Visit Arizona, You Will After Watching This

This film by Mike Olbinski is something other than what's expected and something very unique. Potential guests to Arizona may envision it a dry and fruitless spot – after all that is the means by which we regularly see it in the media. Yet there is a rainstorm season and Mr Olbinski perfectly catches the greatness of the Arizona scenes as the downpours descend while even now providing for us the dust storms we may expect as well. Some of these shots are staggering.

The 9/11 Survivor Tree's Story Voiced by Whoopi Goldberg: A True Metaphor for the Human Spirit

This is simply perfect – a story of survival against all the chances. As the Twin Towers fell on 9/11 they covered a pear tree which had thrived at their base. It was not found for a month and after that, gradually, delicately, it was breast fed once more to wellbeing from a scorched stump to a solid tree remaining in excess of thirty foot in height.

Smooth QUANT E-Sports Sedan is Powered by Salt Water

At this point, we're accustomed to finding out about autos that run off electricity, yet not so much from salt water. The Germany-based QUANT e-sports vehicle by Nano Flow Cell has been being developed for 14 years, and it utilizes an altogether new sort of vitality stockpiling framework where fuel is produced using a salt water result. This smooth auto has great specs, as well. Nano Flow Cell asserts that the vehicle is equipped for arriving at paces of in excess of 215 miles for every hour and can quicken 0 to 60 miles for every hour in only 2.8 seconds. Believe it or not, it can go in excess of 370 miles before needing to refuel.

In the event that You Have Never Wanted to Visit Scotland, You Will After Watching This

Phantom of Scotland: the title of feature is not in reference to the consequence of the late vote in favor of autonomy in the nation despite the fact that for the same number of diminished voters there are just about as numerous who will be frustrated. Rather it alludes to the DJI Phantom Vision 2 + utilized by Sulaiman Sibai to catch the grace and magnificence of the Scottish scene from above.

365 Postcards for Ants by Lorraine Loots

Commonplace, Cape Town-based craftsman Lorraine Loots makes a small painting for her continuous task "365 Postcards for Ants." Using paint brushes and pencils, Loots draws greatly definite artistic creations of ordinary protests and scenes, that are scarcely bigger than a little coin. The craftsman has been doing this since January 1, 2013. This is the second phase of her anticipate.

Splendidly Clear Nightscape Photos by Nicholas Roemmelt

For the Austria-based photographic artist and dental specialist Nicholas Roemmelt, motivating nature scenes begin in his terrace - he should simply strap on a rucksack and stroll around the mountains. From it and different voyages, he catches ravishing pictures of quiet, picturesque perspectives. His nightscape photography uncovers an incalculable measure of splendid stars set against a dark, splendidly purple and blue sky.

Urban Connectivity in Qatar

Selected as the main modeler for the Qatar Integrated Railway Project (QIRP) which will stretch out to 60 stations, the outline structures a scaffold in the middle of past and future, drawing impulse from the immense territorial building design dictionary while speaking to a powerful vision of innovation and conservation.

Meet The Loneliest Little Robot in the World

L3.0 is separated from everyone else. The roads of Paris have since a long time ago stopped resonating to the clatter of mankind and he is left to his own particular gadgets. He uses his days composing notes on paper planes and discarding them over the city in the trusts that they will pull in some organization for him. Yet one day something happens – he meets a living being and we at last take in the purpose behind Leo's isolation. This enlivened short was made by a gathering of understudies at ISART Digital.

The Lighthouse of Strombolicchio

Strombolicchio (or small Stromboli) is an ocean stack of volcanic beginning found around 2 km to the northeast of the island of Stromboli in the Tyrrhenian Sea, close Italy. Made of hard basalt rock impervious to disintegration, the island climbs 50 meters over the ocean and covers an area of give or take 300 square meters. Strombolicchio is a volcanic attachment and some piece of the same geological stage as the island of Stromboli. It's accepted to have been made by the first well of lava from which the island of Stromboli was developed. Emissions at this site stopped give or take 200,000 years back, and the volcanic action moved around 3 km to the southwest.

In the event that You Have Never Wanted to Visit Amsterdam, You Will After Watching This

Going to Amsterdam ought to dependably be a delight and this time-slip by and hyperlapse by Jack Fisher catches the city perfectly. It was recorded at the end of a year ago and in the film are various displays from the city's yearly Light Festival. I especially like the excursion up the city's canals at night which while normally a more listless experience are caught here at a very nearly stunning pace.

Charming 82-Foot-Tall Rabbit Covers an Old Aircraft Hangar in Taiwan

Dutch craftsman Florentijn Hofman has been caught up with making some of his mark huge scale establishments all through the world. We as of late emphasized Hofman's monster hippopotamus figure drifting along the Thames stream on perspective through September 28, 2014—and now he's again with his goliath establishment, entitled Moon Rabbit, which is as of now laying on an old airplane shed in Taoyuan, Taiwan at the Dayuan Town Naval Base.

Astonishing Aerial Views Transform Beaches Into Abstract Photos

Flying Views Adria is a gathering of bright photos in which the sandy shores of Europe have been changed into an arrangement of unique shapes and structures. From high above, Germany-based picture taker Bernhard Lang recorded lines and columns of shoreline umbrellas at coastline resorts along the Adriatic coastline in Italy.

Staggering Wood Facade Appears as Rippling Waves on an Office Building

Damiani-Holz & KO is organization that works in the timber construction field, so it appears to be just fitting that their central command would reflect it. Italian studio Modus Architects did only that by wrapping the Bressanone-spotted building in a dazzling wood surface treatment. It offers an arrangement of vertical plywood fins that blanket the structure and make an exceptional looking front. Each one bit of wood has a particular way that its cut, and when they're put together it creates an undulating impact that swells along the building.

Measured House Design Concept Clings to the Side of a Cliff

Because of various customers looking for alternatives for living on extreme coastal plots, Australian prefab structural engineering firm Modscape made the Cliff House, an outline idea for a home that develops problematically from the side of a precipice. Roused by the way barnacles keep a healthy hang on a ship's structure, the Cliff House sticks to the precipice's edge, giving an exciting perspective of the encompassing landscape and ocean waters.

Monster Hippo Sculpture Playfully Floats Along the Thames River

As a component of Totally Thames, Dutch craftsman Florentijn Hofman as of late introduced a monster hippopotamus form in the Thames waterway. The 70-foot-long wooden animal, energetically titled Hipppothames, was built over a little ship so no doubt half-submerged in the water. Huge googly eyes and hot pink nostrils make this titan creature resemble a great deal of fun. As per the craftsman, the piece was roused by the hippos who used to occupy the stream amid ancient times.

Don Juan Pond : The Saltiest Body of Water on Earth

Don Juan Pond is a little, lower leg profound lake placed in the Mcmurdo Dry Valleys of Antarctica, settled in Wright Valley between the Asgard Mountain Range and the Olympus Mountain Range. With a saltiness level of in excess of 40%, it is the saltiest known waterway on earth. The lake is 18 times saltier than the sea, or twice as salty as the Dead Sea in Jordan. Despite the fact that its arranged in one of the coldest district in Antarctica, its salty to the point that it never stops even in temperatures as low as low as minus 40 degrees Celsius.

The Face Thieves

A younger lady, anxious for help, changes to a personal eye in her time of need.  Her issue, however, is not something that he has come across before.  Will he fix this situation before the same destiny befalls him?

Mocona Falls: A 3 km Waterfall That Runs Parallel to The River

Iguazu Falls may be the most popular waterfalls in Argentina, yet Mocona Falls take the crown for the most exceptional. Mocona does not take after the typical descending and forward trajectory that most waterfalls do. Rather, it runs along the length of the stream with water spilling off the side into a crevasse. At 3 km long, it is maybe the main waterfalls on the planet to run parallel to the river instead of perpendicular.

The Sweetest Smartwatch

While customary blood glucose meters just show a preview of your levels, Sugar (love the name!) utilizes a persistent skin glucose meter to screen how your levels change over time. The one of a kind wearable unit is intended to show glucose drifts so you can see where you've been, the place you're going and how your levels are influenced by food and activity.

In the event that You Have Never Wanted to Visit Los Angeles, You Will After Watching This

This astounding time-slip photography venture, Timelax, by ivideomaking demonstrates the Greater Los Angeles territory from numerous points. It blankets perspectives of Downtown Los Angeles from high rises, the super moon, the strawberry moon, the Vincent Thomas Bridge, the Hollywood Sign, the Stubhub Center, the Staples Center, and Downtown Glendale. It simply makes me need to get on a plane at this moment…  taxi!