If the term space exploration and images of the same sound exciting to you then you are sure to love this new selfie of Mars rover Curiosity; a photograph put together using several images captured by the Mars Hand Lens Imager [MAHLI] set on the Mars rover’s arm.
Do you love checking out illusions? If yes, then right now you are looking at one. It’s called the Blow Wall Shelf and is structured so as to resemble flying papers on the wall that are frozen in time.
If you are one of the folks who has Android Lollipop installed, you would probably be happy to know that some of your phone settings can be changed by using just voice commands. The three important features that can be toggled are Wi-Fi, Flashlight and Bluetooth.
Chess and chocolate? Who knew they had a connection? Well then, take a look at this splendid chocolate collection. Crafted to look like chess pieces, they seem determined to battle out each other at the slightest possible chance! A yummy encounter indeed!
The striking resemblance of the bird house to a milk carton is not by chance. The shelter made of repurposed elements which includes discarded ply pieces and steel gathered from non functional home appliances, was indeed inspired by the structure of a milk carton and thus the shape.
Check out this project of a T-shirt design and its awesome packaging, featuring glimpses of marine life in shades of blue! Called the Ahab, the goal was to design a product that would highlight the spirit of manual labor.
There’s no shying away from the fact that we love taking pictures of food. It could be home made or street food or something, that’s divine enough to get hold of our cameras and take the finest possible impression of the tantalizing treat. Now how about capturing the same in 3D, so you can enjoy a 360º view of it on your phone? Sounds fun? Then read on.
Microsoft Office app started supporting Dropbox sometimes early November 2014. And now, the company has taken the road to collaboration a little further. The Office app now supports 3rd party intergration with iCloud and Box as well. What this means is that users would now be able to open, edit and save documents stored in iCloud and Box, directly from within the Office app.