Imagine living in a home built directly into a mountainside, and that's exactly what you get with TUNEplanning's latest architectural design. The firm took advantage of the uneven topography in Seoul's Pyeongchang-dong region to build a home that looks to be pulled straight from a James Bond movie. Featuring plenty of natural rock features, open plan flooring and pine accents. Continue reading for more pictures
Skydiving is already an extremely dangerous sport, but imagine jumping from an airplane at 25,000-feet without a parachute? Daredevil Luke Aikins will attempt this very stunt tomorrow, and without a wingsuit. He'll have just one chance to land in a safety net the size of a 1/3 the size of a football field while descending at speeds up to 120mph. The total free fall time will be approximately 126-seconds, giving him enough time to maneuver towards the net. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Don't need all the amenities of a luxury resort, and just want to relax with some fresh air? The Null Stern Hotel is a perfect getaway. Conceptualized by hoteliers Frank and Patrick Riklin, it's located in the Swiss town of Graubunden. You won't find any walls, a ceiling, bathroom, or any type of structure, just a double bed, a nightstand, as well as a lamp. Continue reading for another video and more information.
After moving into a new place, you don't expect to find any hidden rooms and / or trapdoors, but for "Czar Matt", that wasn't the case. One day, his wife discovered a small handle in one of the closets, and decided to tell her husband. Upon closer inspection, they discovered an empty crawl space of sorts, except for an intricate wooden box. Continue reading for many more pictures documenting their find.
Artist Patricia Piccinini teamed up with a leading trauma surgeon and a crash investigation expert to create Graham, a hyperrealistic sculpture of a human designed to survive a fatal car crash. A massive helmet-like head replaces the traditional neck, while hoof-like feet, as well as other strange features show a human body evolved to sustain the forces in major auto collisions. The skull is larger to hold more cerebrospinal fluid and ligaments to sustain the brain in case of a crash. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Airport workers have probably seen it all, from UFO hoaxes to just Chinese lanterns floating in the sky, but this recent sighting has stirred the interest of conspiracy theorists worldwide. Shot at Miami Airport, some are saying that the "plume is from a hydrogen powered rocket engine, water vapor condenses in the high altitude forming a cloud of ice crystals reflecting light from the sun which, from this viewpoint, is below the horizon." Continue reading for another strange sighting and more information.
Unless your plan is to only use golf balls once, this camouflaged design probably isn't the smartest for anyone who doesn't constantly hit holes in one. Now if trick shots are your thing, these camouflaged balls are a definite no no. Unfortunately (or fortunately), that is just one of the many strange design FAILS we've rounded up for you today. Others include: a useless office window, poor drain placement, and lots more. Continue reading to see them all.
One photographer may have underestimated the power of Lamborghini's Aventador LP750-4 SuperVeloce when setting it up for a shoot at Amari Supercars in Preston. It ended up plowing through the showroom and damaging up to two other cars inside, both thought to be Ferraris. Eyewitnesses said the car suddenly lurched forward and crashed through the showroom window on the Millennium City Park at Ribbleton. Continue reading for another video and a wide shot of the accident.
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.