By advanced microscopes and high-speed equipment, Linden Gledhill, an artist and trained biochemist, captured beautiful macro photos of butterfly wings. These delicate and petal-like structures covering butterfly wings make up ever-changing patterns and vivid colors.
Washing hands with plasma gas
A research by GPS trackers reveals the movement of your cat during the night
BRABUS iBusiness 3D - High tech office and luxurious entertainment lounge as well
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Super bike modified from 2013 Honda CBR 1000RR ABS
Scenes from popular movies revealing before-and-after computer-enhanced visual effects
Adorable sea slugs with ears look like fluffy bunnies
Before and after images by NASA showing dramatic changes of our planet
The newly discovered frog in Costa Rica looks like Kermit The Frog
A gadget on your table that simulates the weather forecast - Tempescope
Eye-catching roadster concept by BMW - Vision ConnectedDrive
Marine photographer captured sea creatures in extremely harsh conditions near the Arctic Circle
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Timelapse from Planet Earth II captures incredible scene as fungi blooms at night