Homeless Man Plays Piano Beautifully

Makes you wonder where does this bring him back to?

More I'll Take the Stairs [via David Angsten]

Staircase at the Natural History Museum in London
Chand Baori stepwell in India
Double spiral stairs at the Vatican Museum
Stairs in a Portuguese Bookstore
Back in 1906 when the store first opened
Melk Abbey in Austria
Most likely the longest mosaic stairs in San Francisco
Sculpture that looks like you can walk into the sky by artist David McCracken in Australia
Groninger Museum in the Netherlands
Ice Hotel stairs
In Edinburgh, the Dovecot Studio specializes in tapestries and has these woven stairs
A walking roller coaster in Germany
Spiral stairs at the Quinta da Regaleira in Portugal
Nevermind, I don't want to take the stairs


I'll Take the Stairs [via David Angsten]

Iowa State Law Library
Roche Residence in France
Infinite staircase by artist Olafur Eliasson at the KPMG building in Munich, Germany
Colorful stairs at the School of Arts in Saint Herblain, France
Staircase at the Hakone Open-Air Museum in Japan
Stairs to the top of the Rock of GuatapƩ
The Longchamp store in New York City
Cascading stairs at the Garden of Cosmic Speculation in Scotland created by Charles Jencks
The rainbow staircase in Findikli, Turkey
Spiral glass staircase around a fish tank in Scotland

Recycled Kitsch!

Vintage TV Aquarium Your fish needs a new home– need I say more?

Upcycled Nuestra SeƱora Rotary Phone

A fully working handcrafted vintage original, to add a bit of kitsch to your phone conversation

Scary! [via David Adashek]

Dave is an extremely gifted clairvoyant who finds out specific financial information. This video reveals the magic behind the magic.

MAD, Crazy Aussie Climbs Into Deadly Volcano [Via Nik Halik]

Take a glimpse into the center of the earth. Join extreme adventurer and entrepreneur NIK HALIK on this heartbeat of the planet exploration of the Ambrym Volcano. Experience the Devils Spin Cycle of the lava lake with recorded temperatures of over 1,700 degrees Fahrenheit [940 degrees Celcius] where every force in the deadly volcano is trying to kill him. With spewing deadly gases of Sulfur Dioxide and Carbon Dioxide, Nik rappels 450 meters deep inside of the crater.

To contact or join NIK HALIK on extreme future adventures contact him at http://www.nikhaliklive.com

More The Future is Here [via David Adashek]

This windowed door turns opaque whenever you lock it.

This incredible app translates signs from video and in real time!

The new 'Google Fiber' has started deploying and will offer users an internet connection that is about 100 times faster than what they are currently using.
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When did car panels start looking this advanced? 
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A stop sign using water to project the image                              

An example of the new E-Ink in action. An ink that stays flat on the page and can be printed but still moves on the printer page 


All of the functions these items that we used 20 years ago... Are now done by a single smartphone.
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New casts can be printed with a 3D printer, are lighter, more comfortable and just as strong.
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Bionic hands are now so advanced they can perform even delicate and complex movements.


Happy Fourth of July!!

This Hunan Province town is where fireworks were invented and the show has never been equalled in the West. The Chinese are not only the inventors of fireworks they are, still, the masters!

MACHINE AGE [via Cacciatore]

Awesome Machine that make work easier.

Music :- Topher Mohr and Alex Elena - Orange

The Future Is Here [via Adashek]

The world's first virtual shopping center opened in Korea. All the products are just LCD screens that allow you to order the items by touching the screen.  When you get to the counter, your items are already bagged and ready to go.

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 A cellphone you can bend as much as you like and it will still do everything a smart phone does.
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Your personal computer ring can play music, check your email, give you alerts and even allows you to browse or chat with others.

This man is demonstrating the ability of his prosthetic eye, which has a camera installed in it.   

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No longer using the camping stove just for cooking, a new line of camping stoves use the heat energy to power up lights and charge your phones or anything else you can charge by USB cable.
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This trash can follows you around and calculates where to stand to catch your thrown garbage!

This motion tracking table morphs its surface to mimic your movements,allowing you to control objects from the other side of the planet if you so choose.


STATE OF THE UNION [Via Cacciatore]

Texas Tech's new student political organization PoliTech goes to campus to see how much our students know about their nation's politics! You might be surprised.

More Historical Pictures [via David Adashek]

A possible photo of Confederate cadets during the civil war  

The original voice cast of Peanuts 

Teddy Roosevelt was the first president to fly. 1910  

A 1930 photo from the statue of liberty's torch 

106 years old woman guard her home in southern Armenia, 1990

100GB of NASA space photos turned into epic 4K time-lapse [via David Angsten]

It took over 95,600 NASA photo files taken from the International Space Station and a month of meticulous photo editing to produce this epic high-definition time-lapse video.

The compilation work turned almost 110 Gigabytes of original material into some 40 minutes of raw footage in 4K resolution. Of those Dmitry Pisanko, a Russian photo blogger, selected four minutes of highlights.