Saturday, August 21, 2010

Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse

Despite the fact that Microsoft has not made any official statements on the subject of the release of this latest in a German online store, among other products appeared Mouse Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse. It is a new touch version of the well-known Microsoft Arc Mouse. But now the mouse is not only acquired a touch scrolls, but can change shape - may be curved (like the first version), and may become completely flat. As for the curved shape, everything is clear, but as regards the flat mode, then there are some issues ... But there is speculation that in this mode it can turn into something like the trackpad, or not at all clear what is the meaning of such a flat mouse. As for the other characteristics, there is also the battery indicator, on / off button, the ability to work on virtually any surface (due BlueTrack-sensor). Also included - 2.4 GHz nano-receiver. We'll get this mouse

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

The Coolest Light Sculptures

The Coolist’s obsession with light-borne art continues, this time with the industrial-inspired light sculptures of Iván Navarro.  This Chilean artist has created a series of sculptures using fluorescent lights, mirrors and little else.  His human forms are amongst our favorites, but the reflective works have an infinite character to them, where color and text fade into nothing in a mirrored distance.  Navarro’s works are for sale on Art Net, including many of the works shown in the gallery below.  If you like light art as much as we do, you absolutely cannot miss our feature on light graffiti.  In the mean time, more Iván Navarro after the jump.

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Landsliding in China Massive Devastation Reported

Landsliding happens At midnight on Sunday, August 8th In China. Temporary lake caused by a recent landslide broke loose above the town of Zhouqu, in Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, China. The outflow slid down the valley as a wall of mud, wiping out houses and muli-story buildings, and killing at least Engineers also worked to blast the debris that had passed through the town to partially block the Bailong River, causing further flooding. Collected here are images of the landslide-affected area of northwestern China, part of a series of disasters in Asia caused by recent heavy rains

Monday, August 9, 2010

Vodka Extreme in Tubes

The revolution in the culture of drinking alcohol was accomplished when the founders of the Austrian company Wenger Corporation idea to pour vodka into aluminum tubes. This is how the famous vodka GO - the first alcoholic drink in the tubes, which were previously used in the food industry, only to pack sauces and pastes.