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Another day, another bizarre thing trending online, and this week, it's glow-in-the-dark hair. Manic Panic, a store founded in 1977 by two sisters, produces a variety of glow-in-the-dark hair dye, and The High Voltage series comes in several colors, as the examples above show. The dyeing of hair is an ancient art that involves treatment of the hair with various chemical compounds. In ancient times, the dyes were obtained from plants. Continue reading for more.
Most students are worried about grades, but this Harvard startup aims big with their micro home. At just 160-square-feet of living space, the "Clara" boasts a heater, two-burner kitchen stove, shower, electric toilet, full-size sink, cooler, utensils, cooking equipment, a twin-sized bunk and even a twin-sized sleeping pad for guests. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Click here for some bonus images of more tiny homes.
Architect Vincent Callebaut has unveiled Aequorea, a 3D-printed skyscraper village that is not only capable of holding up to 20,000 people, but are also self-sufficient and reduce Earth's carbon footprint. These jellyfish-inspired oceanscrapers have above-surface entrance and docks, with the structure spiraling down to depths of 1,000-meters where you'll find homes, offices, workshops, science laboratories, sea farms, agricultural areas, as well as shared orchards. Continue reading for more pictures and information.