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Rubik's Super Cubes
7x7x7 Cube - just takes time:
Here is even more challenging 20x20x20 cube! -
Today's pictures & links:
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Mile-High Skyscraper "City" proposed for East London
Super-high 500 floor skyscraper is proposed to be built by UK company, Popularchitecture. Housing 100,000 people, it would also include schools, hospitals and unique "holes" for the green public spaces. (more info)
Great Flickr set by Mark Watson:
(images credit: Mark Watson)
Bertone's New Concept BAT-11
Following in a tradition of Alfa Romeo BAT concepts from the 50s (see our article about all of them), this has echo of the original shape, and a lot more corners:
Cool Shot of the Day
(in cooperation with National Geographic magazine)
Passengers, or Crew?
Photo by Daniel Duncan -
Emperor penguins at McMurdo Station, Antarctica.
A land crab munches on a tree mushroom
Photo by Michelle Steele
Mixed fresh links for today:
Google office in Zurich - [design]
Abandoned Satellite Facility - [photos]
Fantastic Airship One concept - [futurism]
Origamic: stunning paper sculptures - [art]
New Carboard Lego Fun - [geek tech] - via
Free online language courses - [useful?]
Crash tests: train, cars - [wow video]
Incredible Dancing Seal - [fun video]
How not to park your car - [oops! video]
"Electronium" - a Composing Machine by Raymond Scott
A keyboard-less, automatic composition and performance machine from the 50s. (more info)
See a video about this vintage collectible gem here.
Raymond Scott Electronic Recording Studio, 1958:
Buttons... I like buttons!
(Buchla 200e model, more info)
(image credit: Joe)
He Outlines the Shadows
Entirely different approach to street art by Ellis G.
"Girls in bloomers on climbing apparatus, Western High School, Washington, D.C. Photograph (cyanotype) by Frances Benjamin Johnston. Ca. 1899."
Cat's Rapture (Second Coming of Photoshop)
(image credit: Nobiiru)
See more transcendental cats on this page
I hesitate even to start guessing... The kid seems puzzled, too.
UPDATE: this seems to be very early X-ray machine, used to take chest x-rays of infants.
(thank you Amanda)
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