Talented artist Mirjana Kika Milosevic used just her body, a black background and makeup to demonstrate an amazing optical illusion to create a freaky tiny waist with a knotted stomach. Milosevic has become notorious for turning herself into a human optical illusions in her make-up transformation videos.
An extraordinary high quality color pictures of Riyadh in 1950, taken by Dr. Darrell Crain. The photos came from the Crain family who donated the photos to the Washington D.C. public library. Dr. Crain was an American doctor who was brought to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in April 1950 to treat the late founding King Abdulaziz… Continue reading Stunning High Quality Color Photos of Saudi Arabia in 1950s
The Giant Magellan Telescope will be the biggest Earth-based optical telescope ever built, planned for completion in 2025. It will be able to produce spectacular images, 10 times sharper than those captured by Hubble Space Telescope. Built high in the mountains of northern Chile in Las Campanas Observatory, the GMT—whose primary optics consist of 7… Continue reading World’s Largest Optical Telescope
Talented makeup artist Ilana Kolihnov is teacher at the Yarin Shahaf beauty school in Tel Aviv, Israel, demonstrates how to create a realistic Siberian Husky face, using her own dog as a template. The 21-year-old began the tutorial with a white pencil before using a textured paint brush to create a fur-like effect on her skin. The… Continue reading Siberian Husky Makeup Tutorial
Photographer Jeff Boyce created an fascinating time-lapse video that perfectly captures the natural phenomena of the world that alters our natural systems and causes the climate change. The “Edge of Stability” is a result of 70,000 photos and nearly 32,000 kilometers (20,000 miles) of driving across 15 states. Watch the video below.
Filmmaker Tyler Hulett created a spectacular time-lapse of Mount Hood in Oregon, as part of his ongoing Discover Oregon video series. The video was shot April through May 2015 on the edge of Oregon’s upper Hood River Valley. via: Laughing Squid
VideoLab posted a video that showcases what DC Comics superhero film Man of Steel would have looked like with the natural color and brightness. Watch the two clips of the original movie with the digitally altered version in the video below.
EnChroma has teamed up with Valspar and FCB Chicago to create a pair of glasses that enable colorblind people to see color for the first time in their lives. The experience is often emotional and serves as a reminder of something so many of us take for granted on a day-to-day basis. Watch the video… Continue reading New Glasses For Colorblind People