For Art teacher Stefan Kasper from Haarlem there was a cot ready last night in the Nachtwacht Hall. He got to sleep there because he was the ten millionth visitor of the new museum.
Podcasts have been around for years, but have recently been working on a re-emergence. Now, a company in The Netherlands wants to earn their money with podcasts.
This tape will make a person look thinner and younger, without surgery.
At a festival in Sydney is a giant ball pit. When the festival is over the balls will be recycled.
Starting next year The people in The Netherlands can go to the 4D cinema. It will be possible to experience movies with wind, rain, smell, moving chairs and much more. People will experience the best experience possible while watching a movie.
“We recycle plastic, paper and metal; why can’t we recycle CO2?” Paul Bunje, Principal and Senior Scientist or Energy and Environment at XPRIZE, asked.
And now, not only have we recycled CO2, but there’s a tangible prototyped product from materials composed of the repurposed greenhouse gas. It happens to be a sneaker.
A long distance relationship is a lot more fun with this innovative phone accessory. The device, called Kiss, makes it possible to send a digital Kiss that you can actually feel.
Social Bite in Scotland offers homeless people the opportunity to work. They also donate all of there profits to charity.
This museum is the very first underwater museum of Europe and will also serve as an artificial reef for fish and other marine life in the area. The goal is to recover the ecosystem that has been affected by illegal trade in coral reef.
TechnoMarine imagines a nightclub underwater. A cool & fun way to connect in a hot city.