World’s Largest Ship Elevator

The world’s largest ship elevator at the Three Gorges Dam opened in Yichang City, China. The elevator can lift vessels up to 112 meter (370 ft) and is set to increase the shipping capacity past the dam by six million tons a year. The 167 meter-high (550 ft) structure is able to lift vessels carrying… Continue reading World’s Largest Ship Elevator

AirPano: Travel Book 360°

AirPano Travel Book specializes in taking high definition 360º panoramas of the most amazing places in the world, like 360 Aerial Panorama of Dubai. They have thousands of flat and interactive 360º photos on their website. The AirPano Travel Book application is now available for iPad and iPhone via the iTunes store. Watch video below to learn more… Continue reading AirPano: Travel Book 360°

Venice On Google’s Street View

Google’s Street View has taken us around the world to some of the most amazing destinations. You can traveling from Burj khalifa to Eiffel Tower in seconds, or just take a tour at the Lamborghini Museum. On Wednesday, Google launched the 360-degree Google Street View of Venice, covering some 426 Kilometers (265 miles) on foot and 183 Kilometers (114 miles) by boat. View Larger… Continue reading Venice On Google’s Street View

Colorful Paper Boats Float Across London’s Canary Wharf

Media architect Claudio Benghi and artist Gloria Ronchi, of Aether & Hemera lit up London’s Canary Wharf with a beautiful fleet of 300 paper boats, illuminated with different colored LED lights. They maintained an organized installation by connecting the boats, with threads, to the ones nearby, and several threads are also anchored to the riverbed. Each design… Continue reading Colorful Paper Boats Float Across London’s Canary Wharf

Australian Tourist’s Bungee Cord Snaps

Erin Langworthy, 22,  Australian tourist is lucky to be alive after her bungee jump rope snapped over the Zambezi River in Africa. This woman is very fortunate that she survived the crash with only minor injuries! Watch the video below.