Tag Archives: Leisure

Cafe With Stacked Grasshopper-shaped Trains Looked A Little Wrong

What see here is Grasshopper’s Dream, a cafe located along Auraji rail bike route near Jeongseon, South Korea. It is made up of two train carriages, each transformed to resemble a giant-ass grasshopper that looked like it is ready chow down humans instead of plants. The transformation was uncanny. They do look like the grass chowing insect of the suborder Caelifera, complete eyes, feelers and imposing, protruding metal legs. Not going to deny the fact. Continue reading Cafe With Stacked Grasshopper-shaped Trains Looked A Little Wrong

Google Honors J.S. Bach With First AI-powered Google Doodle

Google search has grown so big that it has a team that specializes in creating temporary alteration of the logo on Google’s homepages to commemorate holidays, events, achievements and notable historical figures. Yes. That thing that most of us wouldn’t have paid attention anyways. It is called Google Doodle. Today’s Doodle is a little special and the first for Google. Today is the day when Baroque period composer extraordinaire, Johann Sebastian Bach, was born. Continue reading Google Honors J.S. Bach With First AI-powered Google Doodle

Google Wants You To Find Carmen Sandiego On Google Earth

Well, what do you know? Google actually wants you to find Carmen Sandiego who is lurking around Google Earth in a new Google Earth-based game. And yes, there are games on Google Earth. Well, sometimes they do. What’s the purpose, you ask? I have absolutely no idea. Marketing, perhaps? Anywho… if you did not grew up in Stateside or Europe, chances are, you won’t know who the heck is Carmen Sandiego. So here’s an excerpt from Wikipedia to bring you up to speed. Continue reading Google Wants You To Find Carmen Sandiego On Google Earth

Pictionary Goes High-tech, Makes You Draw In The Air With ‘Light Pen’

Is drawing on papers proved to be little to no challenge for you in a game of Pictionary? Well, if that is so, this new modernized Pictionary edition should be right up your alley. Mattel announced a new Pictionary with a high-tech twist called Pictionary Air. Seriously, the product name couldn’t be more literal. Pictionary Air is the classic charades-style word-guessing drawing game (kind of like Win, Lose, or Draw), but instead of doodling on a piece of paper, you will need to draw, in the air, with a ‘light pen’. If you ever tried light painting, you will know how hard it is. Continue reading Pictionary Goes High-tech, Makes You Draw In The Air With ‘Light Pen’

Overwatch Monopoly, Action Figures And NERF Blasters Coming Soon

Overwatch fans will have a hard time keeping their wallets because, Hasbro has unleashed a series of Overwatch-themed toys and collectibles, including Monopoly Overwatch Collector’s Edition. Well, what can we say? It is the Monopoly board game you have come to know, but with an Overwatch twist. A very unusual and interesting twist, I must say. Continue reading Overwatch Monopoly, Action Figures And NERF Blasters Coming Soon

LVMH-Owned Cruise Lets You Shop Luxury Goods At High Seas

LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE, AKA LVMH, the French multinational luxury goods conglomerate best known for brands like Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Givency, Hennessy, Sephora, Bvlgari, and more, also has retail reaches on the high seas. Well, that’s news to me. I never knew Starboard Cruise Services was part of LVMH until recently. Continue reading LVMH-Owned Cruise Lets You Shop Luxury Goods At High Seas

Pivotal Moments In The World’s History Presented In LEGO

If you are curious about history and love LEGO, then here’s an exhibition, entitled Brick History, happening at Hull History Centre in U.K. that might interest you. Brick History is not about the history of LEGO. Instead, the exhibition tells the story of pivotal moments and icons in the world’s history through, you guessed it, models created entirely using the famous Danish toy, LEGO, by professional LEGO artist Warren Elsmore and his team of artists. Continue reading Pivotal Moments In The World’s History Presented In LEGO

Star Wars Identities Exhibition Will Create A Star Wars HERO Of You

Calling out to all super fans of Star Wars, if you have been living deep in the cave on Tatooine, you may not know there is a Star Wars Identities Exhibition going on. This touring exhibition, which has been hitting up various cities around the world, is a Star Wars fanatics dream-come-true. It features tons of Star Wars treasures straight from the Lucasfilm archives, including original costumes, props, models and artwork, plus an interesting activity called Star Wars Identities. Continue reading Star Wars Identities Exhibition Will Create A Star Wars HERO Of You

Majid Al Futtaim In Dubai Now Has The “World’s First Sail-Thru Supermarket”

We are all familiar with drive-thru, now meet the world’s first sail-thru supermarket. No. Kevin Reynolds’ Waterworld (1995, Universal Pictures) is (thankfully) not here, but a floating supermarket is here anyways. Mind you, though, this sail-thru supermarket is not merely a boat dropped onto the ocean; called Aqua Pod, it is a purpose-designed vessel conceived by Dubai-based Aquatic Architects Design Studio for the MENA region retail juggernaut, Majid Al Futtaim. Continue reading Majid Al Futtaim In Dubai Now Has The “World’s First Sail-Thru Supermarket”

The LEGO Movie 2 Video Game Announced Because, Why Not?

Are you surprise at all that Warner Bros., TT Games, and the LEGO Group has announced The LEGO Movie 2 video game? It shouldn’t really and yeah, the The LEGO Movie 2 Video Game is coming. As before, it is LEGO’s own licensed tie-in game to its own license tie-in movie. We do not when it will come onto the markets, but we do know it will be available in 2019 and on several platforms, include Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Xbox One, Xbox One X, as well as PC. Continue reading The LEGO Movie 2 Video Game Announced Because, Why Not?