Dain Yoon, a 22-year-old college student from South Korea, uses makeup and paint to create mind-bending optical illusions on her face. "I attended Yewon Arts secondary and Seoul Arts high school, graduating at the head of my class. These arts schools are the most prestigious ones in Korea. To express the multi-dimensioned perspectives that humans possess, I paint my ideas on my own body," Yoon told Buzzfeed. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny autocorrect texts gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a person who decided to take a bath in a 1500-gallon Coca-Cola swimming pool.
Spanish startup Giik teamed up with scientists from the University of the Basque Country and food researchers at Azti Tecnecalia to create the world's first blue wine. Why? They wanted "to shake things up a little and see what happens. To create something new. Something different." The wine itself consists of a blend of red and white grapes harvested from vinyards in La Rioja, Zaragoza, Leon and Castilla-La Mancha, while the bluish tint is from anthocyanin, a natural pigment in the grapes' skin, as well as indigo. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Think of the Weltevree Groundfridge as your own naturally-cooled man cave, or cellar, without requiring any additional energy. That's right, once installed underground, it can maintain a constant temperature of 50° all year round, and out of the sunlight or cold. You could either use it for entertainment, or to store meats, cheese, vegetables, wines, etc. One caveat: it will set you back at least $10,000. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a crazy microburst wind storm that has planes flying themselves.
First off, this could quite possibly be linked to the Black Knight Satellite. Tyler Glockner, best known as "SecureTeam10" on YouTube, recently uploaded a video of what appears to be a strange UFO hovering above Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. The was captured by a couple last Wednesday as they were heading home, admiring the sunset near the military installation. Mr. Glockner claims that it's the third sighting of this same object by three separate sources. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one showing what happens when you strap an action cam onto a cheetah.
More often than not, things you order at restaurants, or food items purchased at stores, just don't live up to the images you see on their packaging / menu. For example, the "Gordito Burger" at the "CB" burger chain appears to be a behemoth, but in reality, the prop you see has been filled with many inedible materials, such as glue, to make it appear that way. Continue reading for more images that social media users have posted online.
You've seen the geometric skull armchair, now check out Gregory Besson's version. This Paris-based artist decided to use fiberglass and handcraft a giant skull, giving a ghost-like white bleached design, while adding high-quality leather to keep things comfortable. For those who'd rather use this at a Halloween decoration, adding LED eyes might not be such a bad idea. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Just when you thought amusement park rides couldn't get any crazier, this attraction from 1919 surfaces. Devised by two New York inventors, the electromagnetic cannon shoots a bullet-like shell onto a large cushion of water, and upon striking the lagoon, it's guided back to the starting point by a link-belt. Special electric cars carry the "rockets" back to the station, thence around to the gun breech, where a hydraulic plunger loads the carrier into the gun. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of someone who fell asleep with Tesla's Autopilot turned on.
There are thrilling roller coasters, and then Euthanasia, one designed to kill you, literally. The ride starts off as a slow climb up to more than 500-meters, and then once the 'fall' button is pressed, riders would plummet into the long steep plunge followed by the first 360° loop. In other words, where most riders would perish due to a G-force-induced loss of consciousness. If you happen to still be conscious, six more consecutive loops would definitely do you in. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.
After ordering your food using a tablet, it arrives on a miniature train track where diners can watch as their order tackles two gravity defying loop-the-loops before dropping 8-meters down the tornado spiral to their table. Each diner will enjoy a full 360° dining experience at one of the 13 tables and will get to select from the brand new menu of family favorites. The Rollercoaster Restaurant in Alton Towers is the first Rollercoaster Restaurant in the UK. Continue reading for another video and more information.
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At first, this structure in the Dolni Morava forest (Czech Republic) could be mistaken for a roller coaster, but it's actually just the towering "Sky Walk" structure, designed by Franek Architects. Featuring constantly-changing 360° views of the beautiful landscape and even a 330-foot long stainless steel slide with windows that weaves its way down one of the columns. Believe it or not, nearly all of the structure was built mostly by hand on-site, and not pre-fabricated, with workers having to climb the structure as it rose up. Continue reading for a video walkthrough and more information.