Art Apps \\ 3D puzzle

On behalf of his new launch for a 3D puzzle game for Android phones (click to see,  kickstarter) , gif artist Dain Fagerholm presents us his series of stereographic drawings which are pretty similar to the concept of the game

Gifs FTW ☛ Dain Fagerholm style

Dain Fagerholm

The name of it .. PENROSE!



Jap Math

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Photography \\ Curves of Nature

thoroughness…the world of nature at its finest actual moments


Back to Nature – Most Wanted Landscapes

This gallery contains 50 photos.

Photography \\ Castles around the world

Some of the those worthy builds around the world that could  intimidate  you more and more on their leisure ..

eco-friendly post

- Castles in their Nature -

Future Giraffes -

Behind a Little House

Behind a Little House

more soon..maybe**

Surprising photo manipulations by Manuel Rodriguez

Little explorer, Pequeno explorador

Little explorer, Pequeno explorador

a graphic designer from Mallorca with a passion for photography, also well known as manurs,


Huge tunnels \\ Laerdal, Norway

Laerdal Tunnel - Norway

known as the longest road tunnel ever constructed (24,5 km) , Laerdal Tunnel connects the two biggest cities in Norway, Oslo and Bergen

Design strategies of the project in order to succeed

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SINTEF was asked to help design the longest tunnel in the world in western Norway . Experiments were undertaken to evaluate four tunnel models. Results showed that lighting strategies using blue, yellow, and green lights increased driver safety and comfort. A major challenge in constructing long tunnels is reducing driver anxiety, because many drivers feel uncomfortable in this environment. Changes in lighting every 2 km reduced driver anxiety. Including some large openings inside the tunnel also reduced driver anxiety and was useful for emergency operations.

The construction was approved to traverse a section of country with relatively poor levels of reliability in road transport due to the mountainous area and narrow roads combined with many fjord crossings.

The Laerdal tunnel is an important part of the extension of a ferry-free, reliable road link between the two largest cities in Norway. The decision to build a tunnel rather than refurbish existing roads was taken to avoid difficult terrain with high risks of rock falls. From an environmental perspective, the tunnel was seen as a justifiable investment to avoid destroying sections of the unspoiled natural landscape

Some plans before the construction

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four tunnel models

four tunnel models

These design strategies have proved to be successful with high ratings of driver comfort in the tunnel and no crashes. In addition, the Laerdal project has won two European lighting awards.

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