Countless species have evolved to create their own light. Deep under the sea, creatures make their own light – Bioluminescence.
For animals that are unable to produce their own bioluminescence, they harness bacteria that allows them to. These spectral animals do not glow in the dark to see where they are going, they use light to communicate. Flashes of light are used to Read more →
Cephalopods are a classification of sea animals that consist of octopus, squids and cuttlefishes. These sea creatures are known to be deaf. How do they communicate with one another?
Cephalopods – Squids, Octopus and Cuttlefishes are known for their Camouflaging
Octopus and cuttlefish can change their skin texture. Only animal known to have fine control over its skin texture (Bumpiness) They match Read more →
Non-verbal communication of sharks:
Great White Sharks were killed with the encounter with an orca(killer whale).
The sharks vanished from the area during feeding season. The smell of another dead shark causes a panic attack in the other sharks. It could be speculated that the sharks sensed the scent of the dead shark as a signal to avoid their predators.
Interesting ways that animals Read more →
While swimming, I realized that communication underwater was very similar to the communication faced by deaf people. We are unable to hear what the other party wants to say. This led me to look at how divers do it underwater.
Based on the research and talking to a few friends who dive, it seems that they also use hand signals to communicate with Read more →
To broaden the range of activities offered by the space, I researched on the equivalents of 2-3 mins of walking per hour, as recommended by studies.
The article link below shows other activities which have an equivalent Metabolic Equivalent of Task (MET) of MET 3.0-6.0:
The activities can be classified as aerobic, muscle strengthening and bone strengthening activities, described below.
AEROBIC Read more →
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Here comes the Chinese New Year, and luxury brands never fail to seize the opportunity to have some limited editions. It is a trend because Chinese culture has increasing status as China economy and global influence getting stronger.
It is fascinating to see how foreigners understand Chinese culture, although I do not know if there are Chinese Read more →
Monolith, a series of poster illustrations inspired by architecture and kids playgrounds.
Fabrice Le Nezet is a London, United Kingdom based designer, visual artist, and filmmaker. You may remember some of our previous features of Fabrice Le Nezet‘s projects. His creative work draws inspiration from diverse genres such as architecture, fashion, and toys. Today it’s time to show you more of his outstanding Read more →
DR. LEVINE’S MAGIC UNDERWEAR resembled bicycle shorts, black and skintight, but with sensors mounted on the thighs and wires running to a fanny pack. The look was part Euro tourist, part cyborg. Twice a second, 24 hours a day, the magic underwear’s accelerometers and inclinometers would assess every movement I made, however small, and whether I was lying, Read more →
The N.E.A.T. Way to Exercise
February 27, 2014
Most people think that the only way to burn calories is through scheduled exercise sessions. Although exercise is the most ideal way to expend a lot of calories, there are additional ways to burn them throughout the day that are not programmed Read more →
Tried another color scheme for the glass and added led strips to the design. On the Main Stage it shows the dynamic arena “in action”