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Showing posts from October, 2014


Flawless Home Perched on Cliff's Edge Opens Up Towards the Sea

Placed in Nahr el Mot, Lebanon sits the lovely ocean side home known as Amchit Residence. It was outlined by Blankpage Architects and is perched on the edge of a precipice with a promenade like rooftop deck and a lap pool for unhindered ocean views.

Why Should We Remember the First World War ?

You may have seen the ocean of fired poppies outside the Tower of London . The establishment is known as Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red, and imprints the centennial of the flare-up of the First World War. This video goes hand in hand with the presentation at the tower and poses to contemplate three inquiries. See what your answers are.

Source : vimeo

Wake Up Call

I can't check the times this has befallen me – figuratively in any event. I am awoken from my dream (usually in front of a PC) by the telephone ringing and, as I have a tendency to sit in positions most would consider awkward .

Cam Calculator App "Photomath" Instantly Solves Math Equations

Having a smartphone immediately provides for you a huge amount of choices for calculators, albeit none of them are really going to tackle your math question - its dependent upon you to evaluate it. However now, on account of Photomath, you'll get some assistance.

Ventisquero Colgante: The Hanging Glacier of Queulat

Ventisquero Colgante, or the Hanging Glacier, is found in the Queulat National Park, in Chile, and is the park’s biggest fascination. Hanging over a gorge of exposed rock, it overwhelms a valley shaped by mountains secured in valdivian mild rainforest, and sustains a stream at the base of the valley as it melts.

India Timelapse

This is an entrancing time lapse of the sights of Tamil Nadu in India. The territory (which is the size of Greece) is home to just about seventy million individuals and has been the home of the Tamil civilization for three and an a large portion of thousand years. The capital, Chennai, is maybe more well known to some by its old name - Madras. It is home to numerous huge Hindu sanctuaries inherent the dravidian style. 
The timelapse is the work of Visualmondo and is joined by a sound track is joined by maybe the most diverse adaptation of Johnny Cash's Ring of Fire (by Ramesh Weeratunga) that you will ever listen. By and large it makes for interesting survey.

Source : Visualmondo

Transparent House Consists of Alternating Levels Connected by Multiple Staircases

Placed close Omiya Station in Saitama, Japan, the S-House is a transparent home with an uncommon, vanguard geometric structure. Made by Tokyo-based practice Yuusuke Karasawa Architects, the two-story incorporating is part with five levels of divider less rooms associated by over twelve befuddling staircases and diagonal beams.

Fly Geyser from the Air

On the off chance that you are a successive guest to Kuriositas then you will most likely have seen our gimmick about Fly Geyser in Nevada. This astounding however not so much characteristic wonder looks like something from an alternate planet.

A Typical San Francisco Morning

San Francisco has never looked more shocking than in this sublime elevated venture shot by Toby Harriman amid two morning flights amid the month of October.

The Stairs to Nowhere

Most individuals are acquainted with the interpretation the street to no place, yet the stairs? It doesn't appear to have made it into the boundless panoply that is English maxim in a remarkable same manner as its all the more figuratively evident connection.

Mansion Meur: The House Between The Rocks, Plougrescant

Castel Meur, otherwise called La Maison du Gouffre or "the house between the rocks", is a charming cottage wedged between two enormous barbed shakes that has been attracting vacationers to the generally peaceful little town of Plougrescant, found in the bureau of Côtes-d'armor in the locale of Brittany, in France, since the nineteenth century.

Artist vs. Liveliness IV: The Stick Figure Goes for Facebook

The stick figure battling the desktop thing is back in its fourth portion. This time, on the other hand, its maker Alan Becker's Facebook account he is after, also voyaging onto his iphone by means of USB line, and drawing animations of his own to destroy the animation interface.

Watch an Air Show Turned into an Experimental Art Film

The city of Chișinău in the Republic of Moldova hosts an air show every year which showcases the best avionics innovation on the planet. For the 2014 show, movie producer and photographic artist Alex Stacanov concluded that he would turn the exhibition into an alternate scene. I think he pulls it off – Blue Skies catches the may and superbness of this present century's flying machines and Stacanov figures out how to make a trial workmanship film into the bargain.