We can date this virtual reconstruction of Ancient Romequite precisely, because it features the baths of Diocletian (completed in 306) and not those of Constantine (315). Nice job, even though it's pretty hard to imagine a population of 700,000 squeezed into those buildings... (Click images to enlarge) Today's Rome from about the same angle: Source: Life of Rome via Reddit
Street art does wonders.
This incredible mural by French artist collective CitéCréation is situated in Lyon, France. It was first completed in 1987, and has been updated several times since. When you see what the wall looked like before the artists started working on it, you'll truly appreciate the difference the mural has made. You can also check out the intersection on Google Street View.
Finally a classified ad that looks good. Really good.
This extremely cool kitchen equipment ad appeared in a Colombian newspaper. It's hidden inside a classifieds page and applies a nifty 3D effect to the text. "The kitchen you are imagining is in HiperCentro Corona," says the headline.
Lifelike like life.
Witness this unique act of self-sacrifice from exactly 450 years ago in 3D. What French clergyman and statesman Cardinal Richelieu described as "the battle that saved civilization" occurred in 1566 when Nikola Šubić Zrinski (Hungarian: Zrínyi Miklós), former Ban of Croatia, and the invading Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent both fought their last battle in Szigetvár (Sziget Castle), Hungary. Around 150,000 Turkish soldiers attacked...