The amazing photos of spectacular Dubai are captured by German photographer Sebastian Opitz. Opitz has been getting up at 4 a.m. and taking trips to 1.358-foot-tall (414 m) Princess Tower in Dubai to capture these dream-like pictures of skyscrapers piercing the fluffy clouds and the fog. Among them you can also see Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building. The foggy weather turns Dubai into a fairyland on earth.
The Lightcip is an ambient light accessory for your iPhone. Just slide it over your iPhone, and use any of the free flashlight apps. Users can use the ghost shaped as a nightlight at a camping trip or when in need of a superhero!
The guns by New Zealand bone artist Bruce Mahalski are life-size guns entirely made from animal bones, such as rabbit, stoat, ferret, sheep, hawk, pheasant, wallaby, snapper, snake, blackbird, tarakihi, hedgehog, broad-billed prion, shear water, thrush, seal, cat and possum.
Japan's Fujifilm has revealed a new camera, FinePix XP200. The most outstanding feature of the new camera is its Wi-Fi capabilities, allowing users to transfer photos and videos to smartphones, tablets and PCs. The camera can also be wirelessly connected to your iPhone, iPad, or Android smartphone or tablet using the free FUJIFILM Camera Application. It comes in yellow, blue, black and red.
Spring is the cherry blossom (aka sakura) season for Japanese. The Internet is flooded with amazing pictures of all varieties of blooming pink or white cherry blossoms in parks and streets from different cities of Japan.
The Froc chair is a chair designed for babies and children. The chair cleverly transforms from a high chair to a regular old seat to accomodate kids of all ages. Your children will never outgrow the chair! When a child does not need any more guards around the seat, you simply remove it. Froc will monitor all of your children from 6 months to 10 years of age.