At most public swimming pools the hottest bodies tend to lounge around on deck chairs sipping drinks. But one English town wants to heat their pool with some even hotter bodies, the dead ones next door at the local crematorium.
Using a pool? Awesome. Owning and maintaining a pool? Decidedly less awesome. Having to clean it every day is a real drag, one that sort of offsets the awesomeness of being able to swim in a pool whenever you want. Luckily, there's a friendly new robot who's here to help relieve some of the burden.
The "Sands Skypark" in Singapore is a pool, greenway and casino with an usual location. The whole thing sits atop not one, but three skyscrapers that make up the Marina Bay Sands hotel. The infinity pool itself is nearly 500 feet in length and features no discernible edge. So what would happen if you swam over?