I have received the above flyer announcing A Car boot sale exhibition that will be held in 360 Mall, the idea is amazing and I can’t wait to see how it will end up looking ! it you own a business and wanted to participate contact the organisers . the event will be held between the periods of 9th to the 12th of January 2013.
Jinsun Park is a South Korean designer that invented this tool. He was probably inspired by the eyedropper tool from Photoshop which allows you to pick the color of any object on the canvas and use it for drawing other objects on your PC. The Park’s invention does the same thing, but in the real world. At the end of this concept tool is a color sensor that scans a real world color. After the scanning process a micro-computer calculates the amounts of red, green and blue inks that are needed to recreate the scanned color. On the other end is a ball point where the mixed ink flows from. It is a bit strange that the pen uses the RGB (Red-Green-Blue) color model which is typical for digital displays as PC monitors and TV. Normally for printings computers use the CMYK model (Cyan-Magenta-Yellow-blacK). But aside of this, the ability to paint with color of the apple or the strawberry you just saw is quite interesting.
Get inside an individual transport cartridge, comfortably lay your back and choose your destination. You just need to cycle softly and forget the rest to put yourself in movement. If you get bored with television, you have got the option for enjoying a 360º panoramic view above your metropolis, as you are lifted up by a track running through the heart of the city. Welcome to an alternative mean of transport from the future.
Have you ever wondered how it looks inside world’s number one online retailer warehouse ? Well, here’s you chance to take a sneak peek inside Amazon’s Wales fulfillment center which is one of the largest Amazon warehouses in the world.
This is the place where all your headphones, DVDs and other online-ordered products are packed and shipped. Have a look…!
Park Sung Woo Jung Kwon and designers from South Korea made an unusual and interesting umbrella. This umbrella has the handle and air defense systems. Invisible air umbrella is actually a simple electronic device.
Called the Air Umbrella, the concept removes the plastic top from the umbrella and replaces it with a wind shield. The Air Umbrella is also designed with a simple adjustable handle, so the user can rest their arm at whatever height they desire when holding the umbrella, an option left out of standard umbrellas. If a strong downpour, the maximum power would probably quickly drained battery umbrella.
Can you imagine yourself waking up in the morning with 100 feet span between your bed and the ground? Guess you have a noodle stuck in your throat just for thinking of it.
Isolated Korowai tribe from New Guinea has been living this way for generations now. Making their houses high above the ground in the tree canopy without utilizing any modern construction tools or cranes. The reasons for this way of living are the severe floods and many dangerous species of insects that inhabit ground level. For those who are interested to know more about Korowai tribe and their way of living should search for BBC‘s documentary ‘Human Planet’.
The Winner is always part of the answer;
The Loser is always part of the problem.
The Winner always has a program;
The Loser always has an excuse.
The Winner says, “Let me do it for you”;
The Loser says, “That is not my job.”
The Winner sees an answer for every problem;
The Loser sees a problem for every answer.
The Winner says, “It may be difficult but it is possible”;
The Loser says, “It may be possible but it is too difficult.”
When a Winner makes a mistake, he says, “I was wrong”;
When a Loser makes a mistake, he says, “It wasn’t my fault.”
A Winner makes commitments;
A Loser makes promises.
Winners have dreams;
Losers have schemes.
Winners say, “I must do something”;
Losers say, “Something must be done.”
Winners are a part of the team;
Losers are apart from the team.
Winners see the gain;
Losers see the pain.
Winners see possibilities;
Losers see problems.
Winners see the potential;
Losers see the past.
Winners are like a thermostat;
Losers are like thermometers.
Winners choose what they say;
Losers say what they choose.
Winners use hard arguments but soft words;
Losers use soft arguments but hard words.
Winners stand firm on values but compromise on petty things;
Losers stand firm on petty things but compromise on values.
Winners follow the philosophy of empathy: “Don’t do to others what you would not want them to do to you”;
Losers follow the philosophy, “Do it to others before they do it to you.”
Winners make it happen;
Losers let it happen.