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vienna looks polluted
 
A fantastic shot captured by my skilled friend  Mirek Wedzicha whom I greatly admire for his artistic vision. The photo made the Canon Austria User Photo of the week
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this edit is ridiculous! one of the best i've seen for a trick
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I'd love to see this in real life
 
 
         Circular Pedestrian Bridge in China

Sometime last year, a new pedestrian bridge was unveiled in Lujiazui in the Pudong district of Shanghai.
The bridge sits almost 20 feet above the street, with numerous escalator stairway entrances and exits.
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Literally Epic Time-Lapse Map Of Europe
Europe's shifting borders, alliances, unions, territories from the year 1000 until 2003.
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http://www.engadget.com/2012/04/27/panasonic-145-inch-8k-plasma-nhk-japan/

http://www.diginfo.tv/v/12-0072-r-en.php

We thought the 8K 85-inch Super Hi-Vision LCD we saw during CES was impressive, but Japanese broadcaster NHK is already looking to surpass that by going even bigger. To that end it worked with Panasonic (above: that's Panasonic's Keishi Kubota on the left, Yoshio Ito of NHK on the right) to create this 145-inch prototype plasma, unveiled today as an example of the kind of displays we can expect to see once broadcasts jump to the higher resolution some day. The world's first self-illuminating Super Hi-Vision TV, it features every pixel of its expected 8K resolution -- 7,680 x 4,320. After working for months on smaller (only 85- or 103-inch) 4K plasmas, the two companies had to come up with an entirely new drive method for the display that works by scanning the pixels vertically to achieve a uniform picture quality. The NHK plans to show off the new display at its open house in May, although we're a bit more interested to see if we can watch the Olympics on it this summer. Check the gallery below for a few more pictures from DigInfo.TV's Ryo Osuga, or hit the more coverage link for a breakdown of the difficulties encountered in building a high resolution display that's this massive.
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the amazing power of graphene
 
Want to know about a real upcoming revolution? Graphene. It is flexible, light, a few atoms thin, super-strong, transparent, doesn't oxidize when submerged and is really inexpensive. Goodbye plastic & silicon!
The material has the potential to change the electronics industry, and recently researchers have focused on how to produce it commercially.
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                             Travelers sculptures
The ‘Travelers‘ sculptures created by French artist Bruno Catalono look like amazing illusions. It looks like those statues are floating in the air. But on a closer look you’ll notice that the tops and bottoms of these statues are connected.
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^__^ so true.
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