Sunday, October 31, 2010
Liu Wei, 23, is a Chinese pianist who has no arms won the first edition of "China's Got Talent" because of the toes that were moving fast on the keys to sing "You're beautiful." The boy has lost his arms in 10 years after it ended on a high voltage cable playing hide and seek.
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
The traffic lights are becoming more intelligent and our service. Here is the prototype of Aisa, bollard designed in Korea, with four arms in the middle of titanium to be installed at intersections equipped with cameras and sensors that warn Led by the sudden arrival of a vehicle or a person in transit and will alert you to other vehicles illuminating the ends of the other arms. The LEDs for each arm are three light intensities in different color depending on the speed with which comes a pedestrian or car.
Sunday, October 24, 2010
Wedged between two buildings, huddled under a bench, hanging on a ledge. For the artists of "Bodies in Urban Spaces", a performance of street scene in the main cities of the world no place is inaccessible. With their colorful clothing in the most unlikely is hard not to notice them. Arousing wonder and reflect on urban spaces is in fact their goal. But not always work, in some cities artists have been mistaken for thieves and someone even called the police
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Sometimes stress, fatigue properties for long hours can make bad jokes. Fainting in the photo of one of Denmark's royal guards. All this happened during a reception at Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen before the queen who was going through the corridors of the building with some guests.
Monday, October 18, 2010
It 's the biggest bottle of wine ever produced in the world. Rip off the record to Austria, were a few wine producers in Liaoning in northern China. The huge vessel containing 1,850 liters of exceptional Chiaretto, three times the bottle of wine contained in the records that had been made by the Austrians.
Sunday, October 17, 2010
The buildings of the city in need of a restoration, but public funds are scarce. It happens in times of economic crisis in many European countries and even in American cities. The solution found by the German artist Jan Vormann is really original: fill cracks and repair with mattocini Lego. After experimenting with the idea "that blends art and functionality in Berlin, Jan has landed in New York.
Saturday, October 16, 2010
Split objects to vent their frustration is common among people. But this violent instinct causes damage to useful and often expensive objects. Recently, a Chinese shopping center in the province of Shenyang has opened a special shop where every woman can vent their frustrated anger on objects without having to worry about breaking something. The store allows all women who want to use them, everything that happens to break them at gunpoint, using a baseball bat for a minute. The interior is divided into different zones which reflect the rooms of a house: the bathroom, bedroom, lounge and kitchen soon.
Thursday, October 14, 2010
The Mayan calendar date to 2012, the possible end of the world: that is why the California-based company appropriately named Vivos offers the possibility for 50 thousand dollars to book a comfortable bunk in a fallout bunker. The bunker, located in California's Mojave Desert, was originally a communications center of the federal government, to be used in case of nuclear emergency. Now it is converted to a structure with a relaxation room, gym and even a prison, with 132 seats available (not counting the prison). The entrepreneur Robert Close has already sold half of it.
Monday, October 11, 2010
An incredible image of a van in the balance on the rocks of the national park in Colorado. At the wheel Daniel Lyons, an alleged criminal who wanted to end it all by jumping into the ravine at the edge of his old Dodge. The man is instead stuck 60 meters above a deep gorge and then he was rescued at the last minute and then stopped.
Thursday, October 7, 2010
A food company was fined £ 17,000 after a man found a dead mouse in a loaf of bread. Perhaps Stephen was preparing a sandwich for a picnic with the children when he noticed the creature embedded in the bread: "Initially I did not understand. I thought it was a part of the mix that was not cooked enough. When I noticed the hair and I realized that the dark spot was not the dough but an animal, I immediately alerted health officials in the area. In mice lacking the tail. In this time could be in a few slices of bread around the country. The story I completely taken away your appetite. " The food company in question, Premier Foods, is one of the most important in Britain.
Now you'll be more careful with the stains of bread ...
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
When a miner was found between the giant hands that rock the first thing that began to shine were his eyes. It is not "fishing" every day something like that: it is the diamond of 196 carats from the mine to extract Letseng in Lesotho, in Africa, which is owned 70% by Gem Diamonds Ltd. and the remaining 30% from local government.
Monday, October 4, 2010
Who said that the pencils are only used to write or draw? When creativity gets in the way everything is possible and Dalton Ghetti should know. Buttons, keys, shoes, chairs, mailboxes and even the head of Elvis Presley from the hands of the sculptor pencils unable to take any form. And if at first sight to hit is the original object is not to overlook the technique Dalton manages to achieve it. Some of his works, in fact, require up to two years of work
The twins are soaring to celebrate the magic illusionists Chile's Nicolas Luisetti and John Paul Olhaberry the duo "Twins Magic" remained suspended in the air next to a monument for 200 minutes. The performance was held to mark the bicentenary of the independence of Chile.
Saturday, October 2, 2010
Giant George, is the world's tallest dog. A Great Dane who lives in Tucson, Arizona with his owner David Nasser, he entered the Guinness Book of Records measuring 220 cm from ear to tail. George is 109 cm tall from shoulder to paw ripped the record to rival Titan, of Grass Valley in California, just a couple of inches officially certified by the Guinness judges