Do you know anybody who likes folding laundry? If the answer is no then you’re not alone. But thanks to the Robotic Clothes Folding technology, the days of boring laundry folding may soon be a thing of the past. Dubbed “Your Laundry Folding Friend” on the robotic clothes folding technology website. Inventors of these technology says that this robot loves to do what most of us hate. Not only that, it’ll do it better than you ever could. It can give your shirts the kind of right angles that would make Pythagoras weep, and it can do it in less than a minute without the slightest grumble of complaint. It’s also super simple to use. Just clip your garment to the integrated rack, tell it what sort of clothing it is and it will do the rest, but as it won’t be available to buy until 2018, maybe don’t start stockpiling your laundry just yet.
Bead Dragon Brooches..!
Look at these amazing dragons created by Alyona Lytvin, who is a master of embroidery. She creates these dragons that one will definitely want to tame. Russian artist Alyona Lytvin creates these marvellously beautiful jewellery brooches in the form of miniature dragons — even Daenerys Targaryen would have envied. Alyona calls her magic shop a ‘reserve’. Fantastic creatures have been made by the craftswoman on her own and they live in harmony with each other. When working, she use a few luxury beads, including antique pieces, pearls, gold, silver and silk thread, velvet, leather and other excellent materials that require a high level of skill especially when this is only about such skillful miniature creations., says a famous online website about Alyona Lytvin. Do you also want to tame these beautiful dragons too?
The Coldest Village on Earth
If you think that winter has already come to your city, pictures from Oymyakon, Russia, the coldest village on Earth, might change your mind. With the lowest temperature of −71.2 °C (−96 °F), recorded in 1924, and the average for January being -50°C (-60°F), this village is the coldest permanently inhabited place on this planet. New Zealand-based photographer Amos Chapple decided to go on a two-day journey from Yakutsk, the coldest major city on Earth, to capture what everyday life is like in Oymyakon. She was wearing thin trousers when she first stepped outside into – 47 °C (-52°F). She remember feeling like the cold was physically gripping her legs, the other surprise was that occasionally her saliva would freeze into needles that would prick her lips, the photographer told to a famous an American basic cable and satellite television channel. The photographer recalls that the hardest thing was not the cold itself, but that his camera’s focus and zoom rings would occasionally freeze in place.
Truck Driver Checks His Tires and Found..
A truck driver in Namibia couldn’t believe it when he found a baby aardvark, a nocturnal mammal native to Africa, curled up next to his tires. He tried looking for its mother, but couldn’t find her anywhere. The exotic animal was taken to a nearby orphanage, where the hairless, 2 month old aardvark captured the hearts of the staff members. A local vet and the founder of the organization Dr. Erika de Jager told to a famous animal website that it is love at first sight for him, it was named E.T. and given plenty of love and care. It is a full-time job, much like a baby, If the dogs went for a walk, ET was with them, he don’t think ET realized he was an aardvark. He thought he just assumed him to be a dog, they need to be fed every couple of hours., E.T was also introduced to shelter’s rescue dogs, Spokie and Zarah. At first the pooches were confused as to what kind of dog E.T. was, but quickly he became one of their pack. After 5 months at a rescue, E.T. was released back into the wild.
Spy in the Wild
When a famous British public service broadcaster show ‘Spy In The Wild’ infiltrated a robot monkey among a tribe of Langurs, the fake animal got accidentally ‘killed’. This allowed the hidden camera to capture the intimate details of how the monkeys mourn. The video filmed in Rajasthan, India, both shocked and upset the viewers, as the monkeys’ reaction to death is similar to grief experienced by humans. The main idea behind the innovative show is putting camera equipment inside of what looks like an animal in the hope to see the wildlife community from the insider’s perspective. This kind of knowledge can help us understand animals better and to realize that maybe we are not as different from them as we think. Especially, when it comes to monkeys, our closest ‘relatives’, who have friends and enemies, get stressed out, are attached to their mothers, and, as the video shows – go through a mourning process after a loss.