The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild can already be enjoyed on the go via the Nintendo Switch, but if the company ever released a Game Boy Color version, this is probably what it would look like. Sure, the graphics may not hold a candle to the Switch's, but it does capture the mood while retaining design elements from Link's Awakening. Continue reading for more interesting gaming images from around the web.
Milind Raj went out for his normal morning walk last month when something that sounded like an animal whimper was heard off in the distance. So, the 27-year-old found his way to the sound, and discovered a stranded puppy in a drain. Thankfully, he builds robots for a living, and returned to his lab to build an AI-controlled robotic arm attached to a giant drone, for the daring rescue 6-hours later. "The AI helped me monitor the animal's heart rate, If the grip was too tight, the pup would suffocate. When it was on the ground, it vomited plastic including paan masala packets that people had carelessly tossed into the drain," said Mr Raj. Continue reading for more interesting images from around the web.
Sometimes, it's nice to just get out and go for a drive, purely for the scenery, but for the vision impaired that just isn't possible...until now. Introducing Ford's "Feel the View," which is a window technology that reproduces high-contrast monochrome pictures on the side window using special LEDs. The vision impaired can then touch the window and feel the various shades of grey that will vibrate with a range of 255 intensities, enabling them to rebuild the scenes in their mind. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.
Built by Conrad Hotels and located in the Maldives, the Muraka underwater hotel is a sight to behold, literally. This submarine suite is anchored 16-feet below surface, and features all that you'd expect from a 5-star hotel. Boasting a large bedroom, living room area, luxurious bathroom, and a second floor for viewing purposes. One caveat: it'll set you back a whopping $50,000 per night. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.
There was the NES Zapper, Super Scope 6, and now, this Nintendo Super Famicom "Famigun" concept. This heavy duty gaming peripheral features a bazooka-like metal / plastic design, a fold-out display for more precise aiming action, and even a light-up Super Mario Bros. coin box indicator for good measure. Unfortunately, there's no word yet on if Nintendo will make this fan-made creation a reality. Continue reading for more interesting photos from around the web.
NTT DoCoMo unveiled at 5G humanoid robot that uses 5G to mirror the operator's movements in real-time and perform tasks remotely at Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona, Spain. This bot mimics the moment of a human operator using a 5G network carrying signals from sensors all over the operator's body. The creators hope that some day it a fleet can be used to carry out work that is too dangerous for humans. continue reading for more interesting photos from around the web.
Finland-based photographer Jani Ylinampa is known forstunning images of the Northern Lights and other landscapes, but a few years back, the tiny island of Kotisaari really caught his eye. So, he decided to capture the island through all four seasons using a drone (clockwise from left to right): autumn, winter, spring summer. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.
Approximately 4-years ago, Honda revealed the world's fastest lawn mower, called the Mean Mower, and it set a Guinness World Record for the fastest speed reached by a lawn mower. Now, they are set to debut its successor, the Mean Mower Mk2. It's now powered by a CBR1000RR Fireblade motorcycle engine that generates 192 horsepower, enabling it to hit a top speed of 134 mph, which 18 mph faster than its predecessor. How fast is it from 0-60 mph? Well, the first-generation model could hit 60 mph in a mere 4.0-seconds, so we could be looking a sub 4.0-second times for the Mk2. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.
ICON has developed a method to 3D print single-story 650-square-foot homes using cement in a mere 12-24 hours. Currently a 100-home community will be fabricated for residents in El Salvador next year. The Vulcan printer can print an entire home for $10,000, but eventually, the company plans to bring the cost down to just $4,000. "It's much cheaper than the typical American home. It's capable of printing a home that's 800 square feet, a significantly bigger structure than properties pushed by the tiny home movement, which top out at about 400 square feet. In contrast, the average New York apartment is about 866 square feet," said co-founder Jason Ballard. Continue reading for more interesting images from around the web.
Sometimes, it's just too foggy out on the roads, or the visibility is near zero due to weather conditions, to clearly see traffic lights. However, a city in Ukraine has figured out a solution...LED-equipped traffic light poles that can be seen from afar, without requiring any special equipment. That is just one of the many simple, yet clever, ideas people have come up with. Continue reading for more. Click here for a few bonus images.