If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be eaten by a grizzly, a new video shot by a biologist in Alaska should help satisfy your curiosity.
Advertising creatives Andy Leek and Lisa Morgenthau have created a funny compilation video of the different types of people who run after trains. The funny video was filmed at London’s Kings Cross Station and it features a situation of something only too true to life.
From June 2013, Dubai-based Emirates Airlines will be offering hookah (also known as ‘shisha’) onboard to its business- and first-class passengers. Emirates says that this special service will allow its Middle Eastern customers to get a ‘taste of home’ up in the air.
Ethnicity, like race, is a social construct, but it’s still a construct with significant implications for the world. How people perceive ethnicity, both their own and that of others, can be tough to measure, particularly given that it’s so subjective. So how do you study it?
Renting a movie goes well with getting a takeout pizza. In partnership with video rental stores, Domino’s Pizza—together with the help of agency Brazil-based Artplan—created a DVD that releases the smell of a pizza and changes to look like a pizza, when the disc ‘heats up’ in the DVD player.
Over 1,000 Harley Davidson enthusiasts turned up in Zheijiang Province last weekend.
Google engineers sometimes like to say the Star Trek computer is the ideal search engine. You can talk to it like it were a person, ask it anything, and it’ll tell you the answer — verbally. During the keynote at Google I/O developer conference, the company demonstrated how it’s bringing exactly that technology to the Chrome browser.
Known for its towering skyscrapers and vibrant city-life, Dubai is definitely a place worth visiting at least once in your life. If you happen to need some convincing, this beautiful time-lapse video by Vimeo user dimid might just persuade you to get on a plane to Dubai. Filmed during his recent trip to the city, the video takes you on a stunning journey through the metropolis—from its long, winding roads to its massive skyscrapers.
Creative computer engineer Mark Fischer has started the “Aquasonic Acoustics” project, where he translates the sound waves made by animals into hypnotically colorful patterns.