Fujifilm makes 3D printer that prints 3D photos for real
Looks like an enactment of a beautiful story as if you were watching a movie. The subjects haven’t been painted but carved out from a leaf ! There were times when leaves (especially palm leaves) were used for centuries as a medium to write and paint long before paper came into use. Generations later, we see these again evolving, in which leaves have been carved to create some awesome artifacts.
Does it remind you of the simple TV days when there weren’t such hundreds of channels or shows? You did see this colored screen very often. Somehow these color patterns feel very nostalgic. Do you also feel like that too? These test cards or test patterns of the television world have now been replicated into mouse pads.
The irregular structure with compartments you see above, remind us of the amoeba that we studied in our Biology classes. This has been named the Protozoism and is a shelf which you will not see around. It deviates from the usual linear structure of bookshelf to an abstract form with different shaped sections for holding not only books but other items as well. You can fancy a primitive organism on the wall holding your stuff!
The world’s most popular mobile OS officially becomes open source, starting today. This widely used OS which powers more than 330 million mobile phones was developed for more than 10 years and now it finally becomes available for free. Although parts of the source code in the OS was made open source in 2008, this time it is different. Now any developer can download the code, modify and use it however they want.
If you are interested in packaging styles of different commodities then you surely would like to take a look at this one. It showcases a new way of spaghetti packaging which is otherwise just a bundle of thin sticks in a paper container. The designer has brilliantly made use of the delicate spaghetti sticks to create a replica of the Chrysler Building.