Astonishing Facts & Technologies Around The Globe

GPS Shoes Guide You Home With a Click of the Heels…

With a simple click of the heels, a pair of GPS shoes may make it easier to find your way home. Created by British designer Dominic Wilcox, the “No Place Like Home GPS Shoes” are programmed to guide you back to your abode “no matter where you are in the world.”

Armadillo girdled lizard

The Golden Armadillo Lizard (Cordylus cataphractus) is a lizard endemic to desert areas of southern Africa.
Photographer: Trevor Hardaker

Aquarium Bed

The 650-gallon tank spans the top of the bed, and rests on a pair of matching tables on either side. The folks at Acrylic Tank Manufacturers, who created this masterpiece, have cleverly integrated a set of bedside lamps into the tank itself. But for $11,500, let’s hope there’s some way to completely darken the tank. Otherwise you could be wide awake all night finding Nemo right in your face.

Moon Dust Wrist Watch

This is the watch made of ‘Moon Dust’ which was taken during first mission of the moon by Neil Armstrong. The case is made from steel from the Apollo 11 spacecraft and the strap is be made up of fibers from a spacesuit worn during the mission.

World’s first Laptop

This is Toshiba T1100, the world first Laptop for the whole market. This was manufactured in 1985. This laptop ran entirely on floppy disks. It had no hard disk.

Water Powered Alarm Clock

The Bedol Water-Powered Clock, with its stylish circular design and bright attractive colors, makes it a fun, versatile and environmentally friendly product for everyday use. A dash of salt in the water is all that’s needed for the clock to harvest energy and operate.

Bedol is committed to do their part for the environment by offering eco-friendly alternatives to everyday products. The Bedol Water-Powered Clock presents customers with a digital clock that eliminates the need for batteries.

Dew drops on the wings

Amazing, Awesome, and Beautiful Dragonfly.

Pleneau Bay Iceberg, Antarctica

TALLEST Living Horse

The tallest living horse is Big Jake, a nine-year-old Belgian Gelding horse, who measured 20 hands 2.75 in (210.19 cm, 82.75 in), without shoes, at Smokey Hollow Farms in Poynette, Wisconsin, USA.

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