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Here are 30 logos from some of the top brand names that have hidden messages, but some of them you have to look at very carefully to find them. Amazon [Image Courtesy of Amazon] When you first look at the logo of Amazon you could mistake the yellow arrow for a smile under the writing. However when you take into account that Amazon sells just about everything you could hope to find, you will realise that it is an arrow highlighting the fact that the company sells everything from ‘A to Z’ and also represents the smiling happy faces of […]
Most people will at some point in their lives have made a paper airplane and sent it flying across the living room or office. However a team of auxiliary volunteers from the US Air Force took things a step further than this. They went on to launch a paper airplane from 96, 563 feet via a high altitude balloon and when they did, they broke a world record. [Image Courtesy of Fox Valley Composite Squadron] On the website of the US Fox Valley Composite Squadron, Illinois Wing, Civil Air Patrol, they bragged about launching the paper airplane in Kankakee, Illinois […]
A plan has been proposed to do away with the congestion that the existing transportation system in New York City is causing. The plan consists of a cable car system that would be along the lines of the Emirates Air Line in London. The East River Skyway plan revealed high speed urban gondolas, providing fast transport to residents and visitors in Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn. [Image Courtesy of EastRiverSkyway] The gondolas would cut down on the amount of time it takes to travel, along with offering stunning views out over the New York skyline. Developer CityRealty said that gondolas would […]
Despite the fact that this Berlin Secretary Cabinet was built during the 19th century and is 200 years old, it is surprisingly packed with many advanced secrets that you would not have thought possible in those days. Hidden away in almost every surface of the desk is a compartment, tool, drawer or other delight. [Image Courtesy of Metmuseum] The Berlin Secretary cabinet was designed and constructed by Abraham and David Roentgen. They were known as master cabinet-makers during the early 1700s into the early 1800s and they made the cabinet for King Frederick William II. [Image Courtesy of Metmuseum] While […]
A 7th grade student from Santa Clara, California, has created a braile printer using lego and a few items from the hardware store for a science fair. Shubham Banerjee, 12, created the Braigo by making good use of a $350 Lego Mindstorms EV3 robotics kit and has no plans on selling his invention, he wants to open-source it to the blind and visually impaired all over the world. photo: Niloy Banerjee “I thought it would be cool to combine my love for LEGOs and do something good with it,” he told NPR. After discovering that braile printers can cost up to $2000 for a […]
Designer Dominic Wilcox knows how difficult it is when the alarm clock rings off early morning and it’s time once again to make that drive to the office. Perhaps in the future that drive wont been too bad when cars can drive themselves? Thinking about this he came up with a design for what has to be the most relaxing car ever, a stained glass self-driving autonomous car. [Image Courtesy of Dominic Wilcox/Dezeen] The stained glass car on the inside looks just like a bed on wheels. The car was built around the Mini platform and comes with a mattress […]