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Surrealist Salvador Dali Brought Life By AI To Talk About His Life

It has been 30 years since Salvador Dali pass on, but thanks to technology, the prolific Spanish surrealist is coming back to life. But thankfully, not in an eery way. So, you can put your whatever holy objects away. TBH, I am not familiar with Dali and his works, but what caught our attention was how AI and deepfakes are being used to bring the artist back to life. Not did technology bring back Dali, but also enable him to present his life in person. Continue reading Surrealist Salvador Dali Brought Life By AI To Talk About His Life

video: Miniatur Wunderland’s Largest Model Railway

Miniatur Wunderland Largest Model Railway
(image: screenshot from YouTube video)

for people who are fascinated by the workings of the world, it can be frustrating not being able to see those workings with a bird’s eye view physically. not even if you are a Superman, who theoretically, doesn’t exist anyway. the next best thing would be to visit the Miniatur Wunderland located in Hamburg, Germany. we featured the Knuffingen Miniature Airport of this breathtaking museum of the miniatures back in May, and now they have a new video to showoff to the world. the Miniatur Wunderland boost the world’s largest model railway with a mind boggling 13km of railway tracks with about 930 trains and 14,450 wagons traveling through it. other highlights of this surreal miniature setup includes 215,000 hand-glued figurines, and 300,000 mini LEDs were used for the lighting effect for buildings, autos, aircrafts and ships. Continue reading video: Miniatur Wunderland’s Largest Model Railway

Knuffingen airport is the eighth zone in Miniatur Wunderland

Miniatur Wunderland Knuffingen Airport 544x390px
(credit: Miniatur Wunderland)

as kid i was fascinated by the workings of an airport and the problem was, i never get to see the ‘overall picture’ of the airport at work. it will be ultra cool if i can get to see all the bustling activities of an airport’s workings. it looks like my wish has just came true. Hamburg’s famed ‘Miniatur Wunderland‘, the world’s largest model railway exhibit has just officially opened the ‘Knuffingen Airport’, a computer-controlled miniature airport complete with moving vehicles, working lights, and aircraft that take off and land continuously. Continue reading Knuffingen airport is the eighth zone in Miniatur Wunderland