How to use Touch ID on iPhone and iPad

How to use Touch ID on iPhone and iPad

How to use Touch ID on iPhone and iPad Touch ID used to unlock your iPhone by scanning your finger (or thumb) prints. The Touch ID sensor sits in the home button of the iPhone 5s and iPhone 6 (and soon the new iPad if rumours are to be believed). With Touch ID set up…

Standing Record Player

Standing Record Player

Industrial designer Roy Harpaz has created a vertical, egg-shaped record player called TOC, inspired by two pivotal design elements – clean and simple. The result is a beautiful and natural aesthetic featuring a wooden look. A linear tracking system is implemented to ensure the analog sound is properly captured, complemented with modern updates such as…

Topographically Accurate Lunar Globe

Topographically Accurate Lunar Globe

MOON is the first topographically accurate lunar globe. The project involves the use of the latest data from NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter combined with advanced electronic and mechanical engineering alongside careful craftsmanship in mold making. Design meets technology meets science meets art. The results are a truly accurate 1/20 million replica of the Moon with…

Pins Collective

Pins Collective

Since times we were always addicted to collectible things, even created our own pins. But here is a different story. Guys from Pins Collective wanted to transform the classic round shaped pin into a modern wearable. They made a digital pin that lets you voice any opinion, express love to your favourite artist or the…

The Glowing Underground World of the Mystical Waitomo Cave

The Glowing Underground World of the Mystical Waitomo Cave

If you ever visit New Zealand, this is a place you don’t want to miss. Put Waitomo cave on your agenda and stay in awe of the luminous glow worm walls. In case you were wondering, Arachnocampa luminosa is the name of this tiny cobalt blue dots, worms which are an endemic species to New Zealand and…

Gorilla Family Fascinated By A Caterpillar

Gorilla Family Fascinated By A Caterpillar

There’s something pretty philosophical about this video. The first thing you might think of is, “wow, talk about simple pleasures.” Then, you might begin to wonder what our ancestors did to keep themselves entertained on long nights with no Internet, no television, no radio, no phones, no musical instruments, no sports. At some point in human…

Most Bizzare Sculptures

Most Bizzare Sculptures

An installation art work entitled “Leviathanation” by Huang Yongping featuring a giant fish head made from fiberglass, stuffed animals and a train, displayed at a gallery in Beijing, China. (Credits: Guan/AP) Oranges, grapefruits, lemons and limes make for an interesting sculpture in the main fountain area of Rockefeller Center. (Credits: Monaster for News) Italian artist…

3D Grafitti Paintings by Felipe Pantone

3D Grafitti Paintings by Felipe Pantone

“Felipe Pantone’s work is at the cutting edge of street art. Straddling conventional graffiti, typography and abstraction, his work fuses bold elements of graphic design with highly evolved geometric shapes to create an ultra-modern aesthetic which complements and reacts with the stark modernity of our cityscapes. Drawing on our concerns of the digital age and…

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