The world is filled with such diverse mystery! Today I stumbled upon, not actually using stumbleupon.com, this video by TED looking at the The World’s Most Mysterious Book. Turns out this 15th century book is unique and experts can’t agree on what it might be about. Intriguing!
I absolutely love architecture. The more unique the better. BUT! It must still make sense, be logical in some respect.
With that in mind, checkout this Videogame House in Real Life. Can you guess where it is? No worries, I’ll tell you!
It’s in Miami, Florida. How many of you guess that? Very few if you’re telling the truth.
Number geek? Oh wow… you’ve struck gold!
Check out this incredibly obscure but interesting problem/solution meets yet a new problem/solution called The Moving Sofa Problem.
Why all world maps are wrong is brilliant! Truly. And I’m not using this adjective casually.
If only all education was so finely crafted.
Now, it does happen to be a topic I’m quite interested in so perhaps I’m biased. Scratch that, I’m firmly biased but then again… aren’t we all?
This is outrageously good.
Very engaging view at a broader view of design and how improving the experience of senses not normally addressed in a design enhances it.
I consider myself “good” at Photoshop but these guys put me to shame. Gotta love this real time photo prank to people waiting at the bus stop. Talented chaps!
Cellphone photo of some yummy raspberries.
It’s incredible how amazing today’s micro-camara photography can be. Wow!
Incredible! Dubai, the city where money is unlimited.
From their website:
The world’s largest shopping and entertainment destination. The Dubai Mall, with its 1,200 retail outlets, two anchor department stores, and over 160 food and beverage outlets is one of the Dubai Shopping Festival strategic partners.
Watch the video for that amazing fountain too! And I didn’t even mention the world’s tallest building. Wow.
We’re so small. So VERY small. And yet, in the mind-blowing complexity of our universe there are “things” so much smaller than us.
To think there are those among us with the audacity to claim knowledge when it’s so apparent we have only scratched the surface of what there is to know.
Great job on this project Cary and Michael Huang!