Home Planetarium

If you live in a city, it’s rare to see stars in the night sky. That can change with the Megastar Class Home Planetarium, created by Takayuki Ohira, who is regarded as Japan’s most famous planetarium designer. The Megastar Class is a projection device that can recreate the night sky in your own home, with a 180 degree projection. The price tag is $18,200 and it can be purchased in white or black. More pics after the jump!


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Upgrade your premium chocolate experience with Nendo’s by | n chocolatexture bar, created by the innovative design studio. The “chocolatetexturebar” is a bar of chocolate divided into 12 faces, each with their own texture to engage the palette. Stripes, dots, zigzags, checkered patterns, and wave patterns are the three dimensional patterns that are utilized to create the distinct textures on the bar. Five flavors are offered: milk, strawberry, white, bitter, and matcha. Check out more works from Nendo here.


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The People VS Pusha T

Noisey’s latest episode of ‘The People VS’ features Pusha T reading comments from his video “Grindin” with the Clipse.

OTHERtone Episode 16

Brittany Howard of Alabama Shakes joined Pharrell and Scott Vener for the latest episode of OTHERtone. She discussed early musical influences, small town blues, and studio vibes. Hit the jump for more clips and photos from Episode 16. Listen to the full episode on iTunes.

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Timelapse Of The Sun

Captured by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, here is a timelapse of the sun from January 1, 2015 to January 28, 2016.The sun increases and decreases in size, due to the varying distance between the SDO spacecraft and the sun throughout the year. We highly suggest you watch this on full screen at the highest resolution.

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Yeezy Season 3 At MSG

Yeezy Season is upon us. Yesterday, Mr. West presented Yeezy Season 3, his third collection for adidas, at Madison Square Garden to a packed stadium. His new album “The Life of Pablo” was booming through the speakers while the audience viewed his new collection, displayed by dozens of models on two raised platforms and a pit. Shouts to adidas for the sick seats. Hit the jump for more.


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OK Go – Upside Down & Inside Out

OK Go is known for their fun music videos, and their newest release is no exception. Filmed inside a parabolic plane, the members of OK Go flew in zero Gravity for this insane video. Astronauts actually train inside parabolic planes to prepare for space.

OK Go – Upside Down & Inside Out

Hello, Dear Ones. Please enjoy our new video for "Upside Down & Inside Out". A million thanks to S7 Airlines. #GravitysJustAHabit

Posted by OK Go on Thursday, February 11, 2016

Space Tourism by Invisible Creature

Design firm Invisible Creature has been commissioned by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory to create three travel posters, which are part of the Visions of the Future 2016 Calendar. Only Jet Propulsion Laboratory and NASA staff, government and university staff, engineers, and scientists will be gifted this calendar, but the artwork from the calendar will be available to download on their site soon. Peep the artwork after the jump and shop the prints from Invisible Creature here.


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