Alan Wilzig inspired the character who introduced Leonardo DiCaprio's character to his future wife in a pool-party scene in the 2013’s “Wolf Of Wall Street”. He’s been selling his Tribeca mansion since 2014, when it costed $44 million. Now it’s merely $19.75 million and is but a shade of its former glory with lots of features removed to make the house more affordable for at least anyone to buy it.
Amos Dudley had braces in middle school, but he didn't wear a retainer like he was supposed to, so his teeth slowly shifted back. But as he had no money for the new set of braces, the digital-design major just decided to 3D-print one, using a high-quality printer at his university. The whole process cost him only 60$, too.
The VVIP Dreamliner B787 Dreamjet, also known as “the flying penthouse” is a huge private aircraft that’s capable of carrying up to 40 passengers and accommodate them with an entertainment and study lounge, dedicated dining spaces, an en-suite master bedroom with a 42-inch TV, a dressing room and an enormous hotel-style bathroom complete with a shower, and lots-lots more. The aircraft can be chartered for around $26,000 per hour – that’s $650 per person if there is the maximum number of passengers.
Landon Meier from Denver makes masks for his company called Hyperflesh, and they’re really hyper-realistic. His latest creations are no exception.
Skipping Rocks Lab, a bunch of engineering graduates from RCA and Imperial College London, first introduced their project in 2013. It’s essentially an edible water bubble made from a natural seaweed extract. The product does not contain any waste and is fully biodegradable in 4-6 weeks if left unconsumed. As they recently raised over $750 thousand via crowdfunding, we might soon see the problem of plastic pollution lighten up considerably.