Saturday, 23. April 2005
Pet of the Day
This is Cactus Jack, we have had him since he was only six months old. He could say Hello, and would give you a High Five to get his favorite treats (Peanuts and Sunflower Seeds). He loves to go outside on his leash on warm days to say hello to people, especially little children.
Look also Dog of the Day and Cat of the Day
Guess the Google
|Hier werden einige Bilder aus dem Google-Bildarchiv gezeigt und Sie müssen das Suchwort erraten, das für diese Resultate eingegeben wurde:|
Guess the Google
What Google search term would have returned these images?
Hokey Spokes are transparent "blades" that attach to your bicycle spokes. As these blades spin during riding, a computer inside the blades modulates the internal LED lights so that design images and custom text appear.
|I like to use visual paradox and illusionist approaches while following traditional printing techniques such as woodcutting and engraving. I also try to renew the technique of anamorphosis. I am co-founder of D.O.P.P. poster designers group, film director at the Pannonia Film Studio, member of Hungarian Art Academy and guest teacher at the University of Arts and Design in Budapest.|
Unmögliche Konstruktionen und andere optische Illusionen zwischen Mathematik und Kunst.
3D Action: Grid Lock
This is our 3D Action Puzzel! Find a way to escape this wireframe rotating maze. GriDLocK is a mindflip... is there really a way out? Find out!
Happy 15th, Hubble!
|The Hubble Space Telescope has taken about 750,00 images in its 15 years in space. Celebrating the launch on April 24, 1990, Hubble officials released two more pretty pictures.|
The images were to be released Monday, but they were provided in advance to the media and were posted to a British web site Friday afternoon. SPACE.com contacted the Space Telescope Science Institute, which operates Hubble, to verify that an embargo had been broken.
While Hubble's future is uncertain, its capabilities are unquestioned as the sharp-eyed observatory continues to produce stunning photographs of faraway places.
The new images are fresh views of two of the most famous objects previously photographed by Hubble.
Happy 15th, Hubble! Two Stunning New Pictures by SPACE.com Staff