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presentation tool based on the power of CSS3 transforms and transitions in modern browsers | by Bartek Szopka @bartaz

presentation tool based on the power of CSS3 transforms and transitions in modern browsers | by Bartek Szopka @bartaz Your browser doesn't support the features required by impress.js, so you are presented with a simplified version of this presentation. For the best experience please use the latest Chrome, Safari or Firefox browser. Aren't you just bored with all those slides-based presentations? Don't you think that presentations given in modern browsers shouldn't copy the limits of 'classic' slide decks? Would you like to impress your audience with stunning visualization of your talk? then you should try
LET'S STAY LET'S STAY Coca-Cola has updated its classic icon, the Heritage Glass, the modern interpretation of a Coca-Cola glass, designed by innovative designer Thomas Meyerhoffer. After the new release at Colette, the famous boutique in Paris, Coca-Cola has presented its new icon in Tokyo, together with an art installation by architect/designerEmmanuelle Moureaux. The installation ‘Sparkling Bubbles‘ uses 800 acrylic transparent spheres bringing the experience of the bubbles and sparkles of freshly poured Coca-cola. Small air bubbles are locked inside in each sphere, which appears as if the bubbles are floating in the air. These spheres are dyed in delicate shades of 34 different colors chosen specially for this installation.
Ostrich Pillow by Kawamura-Ganjavian Product news: this squishy headgear by Spain and Switzerland-based studio Kawamura Ganjavian creates the perfect conditions for a power nap at your desk, at the airport or in the library (+ movie). The Ostrich Pillow's padded sides allow the wearer to take a warm and comfortable nap. The eyes and ears are covered while pockets provide a cosy space for hands when leaning on a desk. "Seeing as we all spend more and more time at work, in front of a computer screen or in transit, we thought why not create something that helps us nap, disconnect and dream?" Ostrich Pillow by Kawamura-Ganjavian
One strong cup of tea is better than twenty weak ones. All true tea lovers not only like their tea strong, but like it a little stronger with each year that passes. As human beings, we can encompass a vague feeling of what the universe is, and all in this funny little brain here — so there has to be something more than just brain, it has to be something to do with spirit as well. For John Donne's birthday, Richard Burton reads “The Flea” in all his Welsh gravitas and glory. More here. The diner is served from the right with a plate containing some black olives, fennel hearts and kumquats. Explore

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designer/illustrator Tien-Min Liao painted shapes on her hands and created upper-case and lower-case letters. By moving her hands, she shows the relationship between upper-case letters and their lower-case counterpart. More examples here found via jeannie jeannie *sorry these gifs suck on here. The Daily Life of a Jungle Cat The Daily Life of a Jungle Cat
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Creative Illustrations by Tyson Murphy Tyson Murphy aka Murph3 is a character artist at Blizzard Entertainment, recent graduate from Brigham Young University in Utah. Let's take a look at some of his artworks. Continue reading … Photo Manipulations by Sara Helwe

Cruzine - the place, where knowledge becomes live.

Cruzine - the place, where knowledge becomes live.
Cubify’s new Cube 3 includes a fascinating new feature: extremely simplified material loading, made possible only through the development of a new way to handle plastic filament. The new cartridges are quite different from any generic spool you’ve seen before. They’re sealed to prevent dust and dirt from contaminating the filament (which eventually clogs up your extruder). They include a tube running from the spool housing to the attachment point, meaning your filament is enclosed during its entire journey from spool to extruder. Fabbaloo Blog - Fabbaloo - Daily News on 3D Printing Fabbaloo Blog - Fabbaloo - Daily News on 3D Printing
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Disney Princesses In Accurate Period Costume These are very beautiful drawings! Although I am sad to see Belle looking so unlike herself. On a different note: I’d love to know what the reference was for the period costuming for each Princess.

Disney Princesses In Accurate Period Costume

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Pondly Hana Pesut is a Canadian photographer who dared to have random, fashionably dressed couples do the ol’ switcheroo. It’s great that the couples were obliging enough to comply with her request even when they’re having their pictures take right out in the open. I’m not sure who enjoyed the project more, the subjects or the photographer. In every shot, the couples are smiling just as widely before and after the switch.

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The madness of Michael Mapes Michael Mapes was born in Fort Knox (Kentucky), now based in NY. He elaborates boxes by dissecting photographs (but also small insects, gelatin capsules, paillettes) and assembling it with glass, pins and test tubes.
Posted byBen on 12:14 pm Let’s smash some normal objects like sunglasses and flashlights, frisbees, etc. into tiny pieces. We’ll use hammers, blenders and other great mangling methods.

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Cradle is a sculpture installed on the exterior wall of a parking lot in Santa Monica, California by Ball-Nogues Studio, originally designed by Frank Gehry. An aggregation of mirror polished stainless steel spheres, the sculpture functions structurally like an enormous Newton’s Cradle – the ubiquitous toy found on the desktops of corporate executives in Hollywood films. Each ball is suspended by a cable from a point on the wall and locked in position by a combination of gravity and neighboring balls. Cradle by Ball-Nogues Studio