The 70×30 cm (about 25×12 inch) stores are located in Malmö, Sweden and they have wide menus that mice can choose their meals from.
One of them is selling nuts and the other offers cheese. Besides the well-crafted interiors, there are posters about upcoming mice concerts and other events. The amount of detail that went into creating this street art installation is huge!
Inspired by the diversity of the animal kingdom, this unique selection showcases a wide range of goodies. This includes a magical make-your-own hedgehog kit, a sleepy Siamese succulent pot, and a snug-as-a-bug cat cave. Hand-picked from both one-of-a-kind Etsy shops and tried-and-true emporiums, these eclectic gifts are sure to make the holidays the cat’s meow.
Researchers have long known how planes fly and use wind tunnels to continually test and update new designs. But this doesn't work to study the flapping of bird wings, and most suggestions of how this works are theoretical. But researchers at Stanford University recently figured out a way to put those theories to the test.
Lead author Eric Gutierrez trained Obi to fly through a cloud of micron-sized aerosol particles illuminated by a sheet of lasers.
This allowed the researchers to visualize the air currents created by Obi’s wings.
But there was one complication.
Flying through lasers is not easy on the eyes, so Gutierrez and mechanical engineer David Lentink designed a pair of special goggles for Obi. Continue