This ad for Gandhi Bookstores in Mexico is a stunning work of animation and 3D art and splendid visual effects. The tagline is simple, “One book leads to another”, and you see characters you recognize from the most famous of books battle each other for your attention. It’s a commercial meant to take your money but it’s so well done that you can’t help but give it a wee itty bit of respect.
Everybody has seen the tongue map – that little diagram of the tongue with different sections neatly cordoned off for different taste receptors. Sweet in the front, salty and sour on the sides and bitter at the back.
Cardiovascular Disease – the buildup of plaque and gradual clogging of the arteries, is statistically the number one killer in the world, with on average 2,200 Americans dying of cardiovascular disease each day! With mortality rates like that, cardiovascular health is one of the most important body systems to maintain and repair. While progressive clogging of the arteries can be caused by diet, genetics and an unhealthy lifestyle, preventing and repairing the damage naturally is not impossible with these 3 sets of rules.
The VFX in Game of Thrones is consistently great for a TV show, with some scenes rivaling the very best of any visual medium. And this past season’s battle (or massacre) at Hardhome between the White Walkers and wights vs The Night’s Watch and the wildlings might very well be the best we’ve seen. At the very least, it’s the most visually impressive battle scene the series has given us given all the moving parts. Here’s how they made it.
After a long day at work, what we are always looking forward to go home to is our cozy bed- aside from our partners’ of course. Indeed, nothing beats a tiring day by a complete 8 hours sleep next to the one we love. But what if your special someone snores as loud as a truck that keeps you up all night? Frustrating right?
One-third of Earth’s largest groundwater basins are under threat because humans are draining so much water from them, according to two newstudies. What’s more, researchers say they lack accurate data about how much water remains in these dwindling reservoirs.
The New York Stock Exchange halted all trading Wednesday after an apparent computer malfunction.
The technical glitch followed a hiccup earlier on Wednesday, when the NYSE issued an alert about “a reported issue with a gateway connection,” which affected trading of certain stocks.