Take a glimpse at this gorgeous image of the Tycho supernova remnant, named after Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe....
If you've ever wanted to enjoy fine dining atop mountains and monuments of note, you're in luck. Swedish appliance maker Electrolux has commissioned Italian architecture firm Park Associati to design a portable restaurant on top of the Parc du Cinquantenaire in Brussels. From there, it will travel to other well known spots in Italy, Russia, Switzerland and Sweden with world class chefs cooking away on, you guessed it…Electrolux appliances.
Like it or not, Google has forever altered the way we search for content online. Click on the infographic below to see just how much this ever changing algorithm is "shaping the web".
We hope you didn't miss that huge moon on Saturday…but if you did, don't fret. Just browse the gallery below for some spectacular shots of the "largest" full moon since 1993.
Here at DVICE, we love concepts. And this is one of the best examples of dynamic architecture we've come across in awhile. Kinetura's building is designed to respond to sunlight much like a flower…thanks to some nifty bendy materials that allow the windows to change shape. Watch a conceptual video of the Kinetower in action here.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft is off snapping shots of Enceladus, one of Saturn's moons — this one was taken from 20,000 miles away. Cassini has already discovered an icy plume shooting from Enceladus and is back to learn more about this small, active moon.
On February 10, 2011, astronauts on the International Space Station took this image of central pivot fields and grid fields just south of the city of Perdizes in Brazil. Small streams also run through this true-color image with crops including sunflowers, wheat, potatoes, coffee, rice, soybeans and corn.
While we can't exactly predict the future of technology, we certainly enjoy trying. And Michell Zappa's infographic helps us visualize what the world might look like in the coming years…technologically speaking. So go ahead and click below to find out when we might see 5G, a space elevator and oh so much more.
Okay, so that's not exactly what we're looking at here, but a husband and wife team did make DIY decorative portals using oval vanity mirrors and LED rope lights. If you too have ever wanted to recreate Portal portals, you're just a couple steps away.
To generate more tourism in Norway, the government asked designers and architects to create one of a kind rest stops in scenic areas. Scan through the images below and see for yourself — it definitely beats most of the rest stops we've seen.