Pragaram Choudhary

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Facebook, Google, And Sony Are Getting Ready To Fight A Cyberpunk War

The next big thing in tech is to change the very nature of the way you experience reality, as Facebook’s acquisition of Oculus VR suggests. Does the dystopia start here?<p>Science fiction has always presaged the advent of actual technology, and taught us how to think about it before it comes. A …

A Wind Turbine Inside A Floating Blimp Can Bring Power Anywhere

Designed to rise 1,000 feet in the air and deliver electricity to the ground, the Buoyant Airborne Turbine is a blimp on a mission.<p>Not all wind turbines are alike. While the great majority are large steel towers fixed to the ground, a few are shaped like gliders, kites, and blimps, and move around …

Stanley Kubrick’s List of Top 10 Films: The First and Only List He Ever Created

When, over the past weekend, I noticed the words "Stanley Kubrick" had risen into Twitter's trending-topics list, I got excited. I figured someone …

Perfect Wolf Cloud.

Incredible Paper Cut

This swing has no safety measures and is called the ‘Swing at the End of the World’. - Ecuador

Plane taking a selfie:

Lucid Dreaming:

Ever heard about Moonmelon:

This is the most ingenious ad you've ever seen!

Mind Blowing on Twitter: "The Magic Realism by Rob Gonsalves"

Lionel Messi is the first player ever to win all 3 man of the matches in group stage games in a #WorldCup.

Try to see it from different perspective:

The girl on the left is the mother of the girl on the right 34 years ago! The resemblance is uncanny!


Worth a share:

A Whale in Venice, Italy. Photo Manipulation by Robert Jahns.

FIFA World Cup logos since 1930.

Thought of the day:

Aerial View of Central Park, New York:

This building in Dresden, Germany produces music when it rains!