An excellent idea by the Japanese designer Hironao Tsuboi who has designed and imagined this speaker “Volume”.
The precious bottle of 1811 Château d’Yquem today became the world’s most valuable bottle of white wine, after it was sold for £75,000. The rare vintage set a new Guinness World Record, after The Antique Wine Company sold the bottle to the wine connoisseur and private collector Christian Vanneque.
Racing along just feet from spectators and the floor on a rickety wooden ‘bowl’, daredevil performers defy the laws of gravity on motorbikes and in cars in Srinagar, Kashmir.
The dangerous stunts catapult the drivers into stardom at regular fairs in the northern region of India.
Using centrifugal force – or counter-centripetal to physicists – the cars and motorbikes are able to circle a 30ft vertical wall at high speed.
Traditionally the ‘cylinder’ in which the vehicles perform is made from wood, allowing for cheap repair but also making the feat that more dangerous due to the rickety nature of the track.
Microsoft introduces the XBOX 360 Kinect Star Wars Edition. The console and controller have been styled after the two iconic R2-D2 and C-3PO robots. The console comes with the Kinect system, Kinect Star Wars game and a 320 GB harddrive. Priced at 450 USD, the console will release on December 31st, 2011 on Amazon.
Singapore hotelier Alila is well-known for stunning resorts that blend lap-of-luxury amenities with landscape-minded architecture. The company has three sets of luxury villas in Bali, including Alila Villas Uluwatu, an exceptional getaway perched on a plateau that overlooks the ocean. Guests are taken care of by a dedicated butler and can relax in a clifftop pool and bar. The 84-villa resort was designed by Singapore’s WOHA, which created open floor plans with flat lava rocks and bamboo ceilings, and made sure that every room — including the bed and bath — have views of the serene setting.