Celebrating 150 years of Climbing

ascent of the Matterhorn

Mammut Key Visual shooting in Zermatt for the 150 years jubilee in 2015 of the first ascent of the Matterhorn, one of the highest peaks in the Alps.   Watch the video…

By |September 22, 2014|Categories: Sports

GIGABay and Ceres G Space Tourism Team

GIGABay and Ceres G Space

GIGABay and Ceres G Space Tourism Team is an impressive proposal from Oscar Vinals, a big cargo plane that can hold up to three spaceships.

By |September 22, 2014|Categories: Aviation, Space

Dust and Clouds dance over Sahara

Dust and Clouds

More dust blows out of the Sahara Desert and into the atmosphere than from any other desert in the world, in this photo from the Space Station, and more than half of the dust deposited in the ocean lifts off from these arid North African lands.

By |September 22, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena

Y-40 the deepest pool in the world

Y-40 the deepest pool

Located at Montegrotto Terme, Italy, Y40 is the deepest pool in the world, measuring 21 by 18 meters and has a depth of 40 meters.   Watch the videos…

By |September 22, 2014|Categories: Aquatic

New Oculus Rift prototype

Crescent Bay Oculus Rift

Crescent Bay is the new Oculus Rift prototype headset. It has built-in audio, it’s lighter and is on the path to the consumer version of the Rift.

By |September 22, 2014|Categories: Computers, Product Design

Next generation Skintight Spacesuits

Skintight Spacesuits

A next generation skintight spacesuit will help mankind explore space. The MIT BioSuit, improving astronaut mobility by reducing mass compared to existing gas-pressurized models.

By |September 22, 2014|Categories: Space

eTricks Evolution e-bike

R01 eTricks Evolution

The R01 eTricks Evolution e-bike is perfect for the practice of freeride, in discreet ways thanks to its quiet functioning. It’s closer to a bike than to a motorbike.   Watch the videos…

By |September 22, 2014|Categories: Vehicles

This is a detailed catalogue of the visible Milky Way

detailed catalogue of the visible Milky Way

A new catalogue of the visible part of the northern part of our home Galaxy, the Milky Way, includes no fewer than 219 million stars.

By |September 21, 2014|Categories: Astronomy

The Evolution of iOS

Apple iOS

The evolution of iOS infographic shows a timeline of every Apple‘s iPhone system, with the changes that have been made from iOS 1 to iOS 8.

By |September 21, 2014|Categories: Computers

Babies will Keep Booming in This Century

increase population

Contrary to previous estimates, the world population will continue to increase in this century. A new report from the University of Washington claims that there is at an 80% chance that between 9.6 and 12.3 billion people will inhabit earth by 2100.

By |September 20, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena
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