Alive Drawings


Some Camouflage Insects


Virtual 3-D Street Art

Julian Beever, an English artist is famous for his virtual 3D street art on the pavements of England, France, Germany and USA. His drawings gives out a three dimension effect when viewed at the right angle.


World’s Smallest Horse

Thumbelina, officially the world’s smallest horse stands at an astounding 17 inches tall. She was born on a farm in America to a couple specialising in breeding miniature horses. Thumbelina was a dwarf among the dwarves, which her owner calls it a complete fluke. Normal horses lives to about 35 years while she is only likely to live for 17 years.


Different Color Twins

Kylie Hodgson gave birth to twin daughters but the phenomenon is that they are of different colours. Her husband and her are both of mixed race where their mothers are both white and their fathers are black. The odds of getting the different coloured twins are a million to one.


Tallest Card Structure

Bryan Berg holds the current Guinness World Record for tallest card structure at twenty-five feet tall.


Tallest Santa Claus Marionette in the world

Above shows two children look on as they pull the levels to operate the 11 metre high Santa Claus marionette in Torres Vedras. The marionette is registered in the Guiness Book of Records as the tallest Santa Claus marionette in the world and was erected by the city council.


Amazing Rock Balancing Skills

Bill Dan from San Francisco has been balancing rocks since 1994 and he does have mad skills. It may look easy but once you try it, you’ll find out that a whole lot of concentration, balancing skills and talent is needed to do this kind of feat.


Cool Hand Art Paintings


PDF files can talk!!!

Did you realise that if you use Adobe Reader 6.0 or 7.0, you can have a bot talk on the contents of the pdf file?

Open a pdf file then,

Ctrl+shift+b - to hear the entire Document
Ctrl+shift+v - to hear the page
Ctrl+shift+c - to resume
Ctrl+shift+e - to stop


World's Largest 3-D street paint


Some Interesting facts

If you are right handed, you will tend to chew your food on your right side. If you are left handed, you will tend to chew your food on your left side.

The pupil of the eye expands as much as 45 percent when a person looks at something pleasing.

The average person who stops smoking requires one hour less sleep a night.

Bats always turn left when exiting a cave.

Men’s shirts have the buttons on the right, but women’s shirts have the buttons on the left.

The owl is the only bird to drop its upper eyelid to wink. All other birds raise their lower eyelids.

The reason honey is so easy to digest is that it’s already been digested by a bee.

Roosters cannot crow if they cannot extend their necks.

The color blue has a calming effect. It causes the brain to release calming hormones.

Every time you sneeze some of your brain cells die.

Your left lung is smaller than your right lung to make room for your heart.

The lion that roars in the MGM logo is named Volney.

Google is actually the common name for a number with a million zeros.

The attachment of the human skin to muscles is what causes dimples.

The plastic things on the end of shoelaces are called aglets.

Most soccer players run 7 miles in a game.

The only part of the body that has no blood supply is the cornea in the eye. It takes in oxygen directly from the air.

In most watch advertisements the time displayed on the watch is 10:10 because then the arms frame the brand of the watch (and make it look like it is smiling).

The only 2 animals that can see behind itself without turning its head are the rabbit and the parrot.

Intelligent people have more zinc and copper in their hair.

Do you know the names of the three wise monkeys? They are:Mizaru(See no evil), Mikazaru(Hear no evil), and Mazaru(Speak no evil)


Nissan Terranaut - Technofilled Next-Gen 4x4

This 4x4 beast isn't just a car its a gadget in a class by itself and that's why I thought I'd share it with you. Nissan claims that the Terranaut was designed for "scientists, geologists, archaeologists, and adventurers", but who wouldn't want to cruise around in this bad boy.

Follow the jump for more info and pictures.

The interior is certainly the most unique part about this car and sports a 360 degree swivel chair allowing the rear passenger to access a bevy of gadgets and accessories, who knows what they've packed in there. If that's not enough, there's a circular sunroof above the seat on which a huge screen is mounted and can swivel around the entirety of the back deck. I say 'deck' because it is just what Captain Picard and the rest of them from Star Trek: The Next Generation ordered.

But don't be envious if you're stuck in the front because the sleek interior and abundance of gadgets throughout the car will make cruising in this 4x4 enjoyable for all, even the driver. There is only one door on the front passenger side and two on the driver side which open like suicide doors.

The features don't stop on the outside either with a rear-mounted camera and satellite dish to allow you to communicate with the outside world without getting off your lazy ass. The rear of the car also sports what looks to be a specimen container which you can insert random things into and have the supercomputer in the back analyze for all sorts of things.

The polished sleek exterior and gadget-stuffed interior are going to make every want one of these. But you better start saving up now because this next-generation 4x4 surely won't be cheap.


Micromedia Paper - video here, there, and everywhere

Another major advance in communication will come from the use of electronic paper or as Forbes refers to it, Micromedia Paper. Various designs of this device will allow whole books to fit on a single memory-enabled, polymer sheet, displayed using infinitely reconfigurable magnetically-charged pigments; or futuristic printing technologies that will allow mass-produced super-cheap color screens that could be applied like wallpaper.

One of the more interesting e-paper concepts is by Lunar Design. They have imagined a product called MicroMedia Paper that is an ultra-thin, mini color screen with replaceable "power sticker" batteries and would be controlled using touch sensitive buttons and a volume dial that adjusts the integrated speakers. Video, pictures and teleconferencing imagery could be transferred using a built-in wireless connection. All of this will fit in the dimensions of an 8 1/2" x 11" sheet of paper, a fraction of an inch thick.