If you’ve ever been driving around town and been hit with an overwhelming urge to watch a film – good news.
Car firm Smart has unveiled a concept electric car with a built in film projector.
The Smart Forstars, unveiled at the Paris Motor Show, has a projector in the bonnet, allowing any wall to be turned instantly into a cinema screen.
It may look like an alien life-form has washed up on a beach, but this striking neon blue effect is a completely natural phenomenon.
The incredible image was taken by photographer Doug Perrine during a visit to Vaadhoo, one of the Raa Atoll islands in the Maldives.
It captures a natural chemical reaction called bioluminescence, which occurs when a micro-organism in the water is disturbed by oxygen.
We’ve added the very first underwater panoramic images to Google Maps, the next step in our quest to provide people with the most comprehensive, accurate and usable map of the world. With these vibrant and stunning photos you don’t have to be a scuba diver—or even know how to swim—to explore and experience six of the ocean’s most incredible living coral reefs. Now, anyone can become the next virtual Jacques Cousteau and dive with sea turtles, fish and manta rays in Australia and Hawaii.
Oink Oink! Bad Piggies game launching on September 27 on iOS, Android and Mac. From the makers of Angry Birds, Bad Piggies will give you a chance to finally see the pig picture and take the role of the infamous green antagonists.
North Korea remains a mystery to most of the West, but through small glimpses into the daily life of North Koreans, more and more is revealed about this mysterious country. Associated Press photographers David Guttenfelder and Vincent Yu have been fortunate to have unprecedented access to some areas in Pyongyang, the country’s largest city by both land area and population. Through their images, we learn just a little bit more about what it’s like to live in one of the world’s most militarized and isolated countries.
Is not actually 20,000 leagues but it is 400 feet at the bottom of a beautiful lagoon in Fiji. The price tag per person will run about $15,000 per week. The package includes private plane transport, 2 nights under the sea, 4 nights beach side and the use of the resorts 2 submarines