On July 20, 1969 mankind took “one giant step” as the Apollo 11 mission touched down on the Moon. As the first mission to bring humans to the Moon, it remains one of mankind’s most incredible accomplishments. 50 years after the historic Apollo 11 landing, the mission continues to capture the imagination of the public and is held as a shining example of what humans can achieve.
For centuries, museums have played a pivotal role in the preservation and presentation of art.
Today, flocks of fashion-forward designers are proving the power of accessories.
July 20, 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission—the first manned lunar landing. Commander Neil Armstrong and lunar module pilot Buzz Aldrin landed the Apollo Lunar Module Eagle on the Moon on July 20, 1969, paving the way for future space exploration. To honor the historical mission, a team of LEGO designers built a life-sized astronaut model built from 30,000 LEGO blocks.
They say that dog is man’s best friend.
The date of July 20, 1969 marks a special moment in space exploration.
Everyone wonders what they’ll look like when they’re older. Well, as it turns out, there’s an app for that—it’s called FaceApp. With this app that has recently gone viral you can get a peek into how you’ll age. The app, available on Android and iOS, takes a picture of you and transforms your portrait into one with gray hair and wrinkles.
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Science fiction writers have long played with the idea of a future where humans are implanted with microchips.
Taking toys to the beach just got a lot cuter thanks to the Neko Cup. Designed by Yuka Morii and sold by Japanese design brand h-concept, the adorable object is a silhouette of a napping cat made from biomass plastic. The feline looks like a solid piece, but it’s actually a hollow sculpture that allows you to pack it with sand, soil, or snow. When the creature-shaped mold is pulled away, a sleepy kitty remains.
Do you find yourself scribbling in the margins of your notebook?
The Bank of England is making World War II Enigma code-breaker Alan Turing the face of the UK’s new 50-pound...