A Walking City designed by Spanish architect Manuel Domínguez. Manuel Dominguez’s “Very Large Structure,” is a nomadic city that can move on caterpillar tracks to locations where work and resources are abundant. "Of course this is not the first time that the idea of a nomadic city has been proposed. Ron Herron’s Walking City is one of the more recognizable Archigram designs from the 1960s, and has been influential to architectural theory ever since. However, the design for the “Very Large Structure” expands on the Walking City by including strong proposals for energy generation on board the city."
On October 31, 2013, the Empire State Building's world-famous LED tower lights were synchronized to Halloween-themed music that was broadcasted on Clear Channel's powerhouse radio stations Z100 and 103.5 KTU.
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Biohacker Tim Cannon has implanted a device he has designed known as circadia into his forearm. Circadia is a computer capable of recording and transmitting biometric data to android-powered devices. Conceived with the help of the team from grindehouse wetware, the cyborg transformation has given cannon full access to his body's biometric data in real-time.
Sold at the bustling Ueno Zoo station in Tokyo, these panda-baked goods come from the Shiretoko Factory. The variety pack contains doughnuts in five flavors: Hokkaido Milk, Hokkaido Pumpkin, Cocoa Chip, Choc Chip, and Salty Fresh Caramel. Each panda face is created by hand, giving every bear a unique character.