Unless you've been living under a rock, you're starting to see the start of the virtual reality phenomenon. We've mostly seen it used for gaming. But google wants to change that. The Google Tilt Brush ($TBA) gives you the ability to paint in 3D. Google's tagline for Tilt is," Your room is your canvas. Your palette is your imagination. The possibilities are endless." The program will be released with the HTCThe program will be released with the HTC Vive ($829) virtual reality headset, which is available for preorder now with shipping expected in May. To get it working all you have to do is setup the Vive, install Steam, launch Tilt Brush, start creating your masterpiece, and share with the world.
Unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show, the 2017 Bugatti Chiron ($2.6M) looks to become the fastest production car on the planet. A brand new 8-liter W16, 16 cylinder engine, delivers a sick 1500 horses. Attached to the W16 are four turbochargers. Two of which kick on as soon as your foot touches the pedal and the other two activate once you get to about 3,800 rpm. All of this adds up to 1180 lb-ft of torque delivered between 2,000 and 6,000 rpm.So what do all of those numbers add up to with regards to speed? Glad you asked. The Chiron can reach 62mph from a stand still in under 2.5 seconds. If you keep going, you will reach 124 mph in under 6.5 seconds. If you had balls of a bull and kept going, you'd reach 186 mph in a hair under 13.6 seconds.The 2017 Bugatti Chiron has a top speed is 261 mph. If you're planning on burying the needle, I suggest hitting up your local track for a weekend run.[gallery type="rectangular" ids="22592,22591,22590,22589,22588,22587,22586,22585,22584,22583"]
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El Seed is a 'calligraffiti' artist who was born in the suburbs of Paris to Tunisian parents. He blends Arabic calligraphy and modern art graffiti to create absolutely beautiful works of art. His latest work is called "Perception" By El Seed ($NFS).It covers 50 buildings and is only visible from a specific point. The piece is located in the neighborhood of Manshiyat Nasr, Cairo in the community of Zaraeeb.The community collects the trash of the city. It has developed an efficient and highly profitable recycling system. But is seen as dirty, marginalized and segragated. Written in arabic and using the words of a Coptic Bishop, the piece reads, "Anyone who wants to see the sunlight clearly needs to wipe his eye first." https://youtu.be/b58ofjZg1PQ
Sometimes the more simple and understated the design the more elegant and stylish you’ll look. That’s certainly been the case with the MRKT Carter Backpack ($135). The Carter would make a cool and comfortable accessory for students, the gym or just general everyday carry. The form-fitting design features a water-resistant exterior, a removable internal pocket (that can fit a 15-inch laptop or tablet) and outer pocket. The simple and stylish design is further enhanced with a luxury suede trim and a cool contrasting luminous yellow zipper.
The Hide x Stitch Mini Reader Sleeve ($125), allows you to carry your Kindle PaperWhite, Kindle Touch or Apple iPad mini in style. Hide x Stitch is based out of New York and they create leather accessories entirely by hand. We love handmade products because they are able to stand the test of time much better than their machine made couterparts. The attention to detail and artisanship provides you with a product that will only get better with time.