Innespace’s Seabreacher Dolphin resembles a stylized dolphin, complete with dorsal fin and flippers that can leap from the water and dive into it, as well as perform “aquabatics”. Seabreachers enable their controllers to maneuver swiftly through the water: diving, jumping, rolling, porpoising… all within the safety and comfort of a dry, sealed cockpit.
A nice collection of photos of exercise machines from circa 1920.
Have a hard time waking up in the morning? Try this alarm clock, which begins shredding a dollar bill (or your choice of banknote) from the time the alarm goes off.
Be careful, though – Mashable reminds us that willfully destroying American currency is a federal offense.
The clock is probably a design concept and it’s been doing the rounds in various tech blogs this past week with no mention of who made it.
A collection of clever magazine spreads and pop-up inserts, that convey messages with a sense of humor or deliver ideas in ways we have never expected.
Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, China, is gifted with a diverse landscape. In Zhangjiajie, there are not only lofty mountains and steep hills but also low valleys and vast plains. The director James Cameron was deeply attracted by the breathtaking natural beauties in Zhangjiajie that some of the images taken in Zhangjiajie were used in the spectacular sci-fi film Avatar to feature the floating “Mt. Hallelujah” in the world of “Pandora”. About 3,000 sandstone monoliths – dagger-point rock spires that rebel against gravity – thrust from 76 percent of the 9,563-square-kilometer wilderness reserve, slicing the partitions of a natural labyrinth replete with hidden caves.
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