Yes, we are talking about roads that produce sound when a vehicle moves over them at a particular speed. The roads in these cases are especially built with strategically placed grooves, so as to extract the unique notes of a song that people can identify with, when they drive along.
The terms pollution, recycling, global warming, deforestation are weighty connected words which when talked about sets the issue as to affect all mankind. However we are unable to visualize the gargantuan processes taking place in nature as a result of human activities on the planet.
Doesn’t the Photovoltaic Flashlight kind of reminds us of our childhood favorite kaleidoscope, that used to make us wonder about the patterns formed as we kept on rotating it? Actually this very structure has something to do with its functionality. Read on to learn more.
Meet the machine that churns out colorful drama on landscapes from data fed to it from our own planet earth. Called the Quakescape 3D Fabricator, it is capable of interpreting tremors of the earth into a visual display with its panel of colors and Arduino technology.
The other day we were talking about bacterial photography called bacteriogoraphy and now we come across a marvel made possible by bacteria again. Cheer it up for the Wine Dress. Yes, a dress made from your very bottle of fine wine!
Can you imagine going without food for a day? It is a sad truth but there are places where people have to face the food crises regularly whether be it due to drought or due to poverty. And given the issue wherein a person is unable to have one’s fill, it is a major setback to find ample food wastage taking place around the corner.
Look again! We know that you won’t be able to see them…we mean the bacteria, however you can see what they have done. Guess it’s team work for the teeming microorganisms to deliver the awesome photo that we know of.
Recent data from the European Space Agency indicates a huge 1,500 kilometer river in the upper Reull Vallis region of Mars. The organization revealed these 3D images of the river, which the scientists believe must have been formed by water in the Hesperian period between 1.8 and 3.5 million years ago.