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Incredible Iron Man Suit Made with Cardboard

Iron Man Suit Made with Cardboard 20-year-old cardboard artist and Taiwanese student Kai-Xiang Xhong recreated Tony Stark’s famous Iron Man suit using only corrugated cardboard. In a video interview with the Stan Winston School of Character Arts, Xhong says the cardboard Iron Man suit took him nearly a year to complete as the full-time student only has time to work on his pieces during his free time.

Awesome Olympus Air A01 Turns your phone into a Lens-Swapping 16 MP Shooter

 Awesome Olympus Air A01 Turns your phone into a Lens-Swapping 16 MP ShooterThe Olympus Air A01, a camera sensor and lens mount that's controlled completely by your smartphone. User can interchange the lens quality via a range of controlling apps, to provide an easy-to-use and enjoyable photography experience.

The Incredibl Bloodwood Tree

 The Incredible Bloodwood Tree
Pterocarpus angolensis is a kind of teak native to southern Africa, known by various names such as Kiaat, Mukwa, and Muninga. It is also called the Bloodwood tree, so named for the tree’s remarkable dark red colored sap. A chopped trunk or or a damaged branch of the tree starts dripping deep red fluid, almost like a severed limb of an animal.

Star Wars Snow Sculpture at Sapporo Snow Festival

Star Wars Snow Sculpture at Sapporo Snow Festival
May the force be with you! The 66th annual Sapporo Snow Festival kicked off today and the most impressive snow sculpture of all features Darth Vader, his three stormtroopers and TIE fighters. This Star Wars snow sculpture was created by Japan's army troopers, or the 11th Brigade of the Ground Self-Defense Forces, using a set of bulldozers.

Chilling Dash Cam Footage Captures Taiwan Plane Crash

Chilling Dash Cam Footage Captures Taiwan Plane CrashA dash cam has captured the chilling moment that TransAsia Airways flight GE 235 crashed into the Keelung River shortly after take off from Taipei, Taiwan. There were 53 passengers and 5 crew members according to authorities; with 23 confirmed deaths, 20 people still missing and at least 15 survivors.

Ocean Gravity: Incredible Footage of Freediver Guillaume Nery Flying through Swift Ocean Currents North of Tahiti

Ocean Gravity: Incredible Footage of Freediver Guillaume Nery Flying through Swift Ocean Currents North of TahitiFilmed late last year by director and underwater cameraman Julie Gautier, this amazing footage shows free diver Guillaume Néry flying through swift ocean currents north of tahiti.

Photo of the day: Stones

Photo of the day: Stones 

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Renault's Alpine Vision GT Concept Developed for Gran Turismo 6

Renault's Alpine Vision GT Concept Developed for Gran Turismo 6In celebration of the company’s 60th anniversary, the alpine ‘vision GT’ concept combines advanced engineering and styling with their racing heritage, to produce a model ideal for the upcoming gran turismo 6 video game.

Incredible Surreal Photomanipulation by Erik Johansson

Incredible Surreal Photomanipulation by Erik Johansson

As a professional still-life photographer he has worked with brands such as adobe, google, microsoft, volvo, and national geographic, but you will probably recognize him from the personal work that he frequently shares online: the distorted reality by the swedish photoshop artist and story teller erik johansson.

The Otters at Japan’s Keikyu Aburatsubo Marine Park

The Otters at Japan’s Keikyu Aburatsubo Marine ParkThe otters at Japan’s Keikyu Aburatsubo Marine Park live in a truly amazing habitat that shows off the animals’ carefree demeanor.When the otters aren’t swimming, they have plenty of other activities available. The clear tubes are only part of the zoo’s innovative exhibit that includes spacious, glass-encased tanks, ladders and toys on dry land. Because they’re kept so happy in a stimulating environment, the otters even seem pleased to interact with guests through the glass.