Did you freeze your own ice cubes in the past but ended up having white little shreds floating in your drink while sipping your favorite drink This might be due to the water used containing a lot of minerals, which all end up in the same location in your ice cube when freezing. Find below… Continue reading How to make crystal clear ice cubes
Face ID projects 30k infrared dots in a users face and captures the resulting image with an infrared camera. This allows the device to calculate a three dimensional representation of the face. The technology is similar to Microsoft’s Kinect . Apple has an amazing demo app to visualize the capabilities of this technology. My mug… Continue reading Get a 3D point cloud from Apple’s Face ID
After watching the movie in the cinemas twice (hoping that I missed a funamental part of it watching it the first time) I can’t conclude anything better than: it is the worst Star Wars ever. As bad I prefer watching f**cking Jar Jar Binks over it. For those having problems spotting plot holes, this one… Continue reading Star Wars: The Last Jedi – The worst Start Wars movie ever?
The best explanation I have ever seen of the wave–particle duality.
Matt Parker, known for his Youtube channel standupmaths proves that maths can be entertaining and even funny but also explains for example why the PAL TV System is using 29.97 frames per second.
The most flawed country selection dropdown I came across for a while. Found on http://ryanair.com. Ignoring the decision using adjectives for countries (making keystrokes useless for selecting) I can find at least four semantical mistakes in the list.
Amazing pictures of overloaded Chinese vehicles which were named “totems” by Alain Delorme.