Some digital projectors can produce 281 trillion shades of color. That’s approximately 40 thousands colors for each and every person on Earth. What makes them work is theoretically simple, but the technological feat requires extreme precision in practice.
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Planet Earth is doomed with a fast growing global population and a limited amount of farmland to produce food for everyone. That means that we’re going to need to figure out how to maximize what we’ve got—and researchers just made a major breakthrough in getting the most from our crops.
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Kobe Bryant has since retired from the NBA, but his sneaker releases are showing no signs of slowing down. His latest signature sneaker the Nike Kobe 11 EM “Carpe Diem” was first seen last month and now a better look is available.
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Storms that go on for 400 years. Falling molten glass rain. Temperatures jumping from 500 degrees Celsius to 1200 degrees Celsius in just 6 hours. The weather in our universe is crazy.
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SCREEN PRINTING IS the pinnacle of DIY culture. If you have a band, you can screen print your own shirts. If you have an art collective, you can screen print some tote bags. If you’re promoting an indie show, you can screen print your own posters. Most artistic pieces look way cooler when they have that handmade vibe.
We’re going to show you how to make your own design and screen it onto whatever you’d like. You’ll need to block out a few hours, and you’ll need to have a design or logo in mind to print.
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Private-Equity firm Blackstone Group is planning to acquire Market Center in San Francisco, a 720,000 square-foot complex that consists of a 21-story tower and a 40-story tower.
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Here’s a British Airways Airbus A380 attempting to land at the Vancouver airport. You can see the world’s largest passenger airplane make its final approach and come so, so close to the ground—but then decide to abort and make a go-around instead. It’s crazy impressive to see such a big plane make a maneuver like this.
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