We’ve seen the space oddity of mixing colors and paint together before. What makes this one especially fun to watch is the soothing sound of the liquids merging and the bubbles popping. It’s really easy to lose track of time when you’re watching the colors and shapes go by.
The last time we heard of Panerai breaking unprecedented grounds, it was with the unveiling of the Lo Scienziato Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT Titanio at SIHH 2016. And now, just a quarter of the year through, they are about to make headlines again, with a complication this time, which we know few other examples of in the horological realm.
Medical errors may be the third leading cause of death in the United States, a new review suggests. But you wouldn’t realize that fact by looking at the latest U.S. mortality statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the researchers for the new study said.
SpaceX is fond of making technology that looks good, and apparently that extends as far as astronaut gear. Thanks to both a Tested video (at the 12:09 mark) and a recently highlighted Bleep interview, we now know that well-known costume designer Jose Fernandez has crafted a spacesuit for SpaceX. Yes, the same man who clothed superheroes in Batman vs. Superman and Captain America: Civil War is also contributing to the growth of modern spaceflight. You won’t get to see the suit until sometime in the next year, but the Bleep chat reveals that SpaceX’s Elon Musk wanted the design to be “stylish” and “heroic.” This probably won’t look much likeNASA’s utilitarian Z-2, then.
This powerful short film from Paul Trillo puts the camera behind a man named Terry as we follow him through the streets of New York City. We see everything he sees as he’s walking but in a unique twist in perspective, we also get to hear everything he’s thinking too. And he’s losing his mind. Every nervous thought, every anxious feeling, every glimpse of paranoia, every passing idea, we get to hear it all and see how it’s breaking him down.
AND NOW … Call of Duty! In! Spaaaaaaace!
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, to be released November 4 on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, will see our heroes leave Earth and go gallivanting across the whole solar system. Development of the game will be “led,” Activision said Monday morning, by Modern Warfare development house Infinity Ward (that word choice likely meaning that any number of other developers are also on this too-big-to-fail project).