Obviously, modern jeans are created through machines. But do you know how exactly it is done? If you don't watch the process here.
Sky Costanera. This is nothing more, nothing less than a 360o viewpoint located on the 62nd floor ( over 300 m high ) of the tallest building in Latin America, the Gran Torre Santiago. Can you imagine the sweeping views? Not to mention the Andes Mountain Range framing the entire city!
The future is here. The days of old nail polish is gone. Watch how wonderfully this device prints your desired image on your nails.
Those keypad tones are really weird. But when he plays it all together it doesn’t sound so bad right?
Isidora 23 building construction at Las Condes in Santiago, Chile
Sometimes it's so hard to pour your beer on to your glass with the perfect head, well this will be what you want now. The future is here.
Have a look at the future of bike courier, its awesomeness and fun at the same time. Well, this was not the future I had in mind.
If you need a place to keep your bike save, this parking garage is the best. This is why bikes never get stolen in Japan.
This is certainly new, I have never seen a Cowboy riding an electronic unicycle on the field on a horse control duty.
I don't know this week will work for your mobile or not but it certainly works on this mobile in the video.
A dirty shoe can be a big headache in many places, but this small machine solves the problem in less than ten seconds.
If our near future is going to be this kind then I would not mind being a part of it. In fact, I will look forward to the day it becomes possible.
This giant tree located at Plaza Victoria at Valparaiso in Chile.
Few animals are really good at faking death, cats are also one the species. This kitty has a special style when it plays dead.
The Costanera Center is a business and commercial complex that includes a six-floor shopping mall. The complex is located in the commune of Providencia, Santiago, Chile, and is owned by the holding Cencosud. The tallest of the four buildings, the Gran Torre Santiago, was designed by architect César Pelli and is 300 metres 980 ft tall, making it the tallest building in Latin America.
The idea behind Edificio Cruz del Sur's arrowhead shape was "to liberate the ground", say its designers, Izquierdo Lehmann Arquitectos. The tower sits at a busy corner in central Santiago de Chile. "It's an important point in the city, but it's not a good pedestrian area," says Luis Izquierdo.
There is no way that f*rt sound can be of a turtle's. I don't know what kind of programming error was that but turtles do not sound like a f*rt.
Plaza de Armas is a transfer station between Line 3 and Line 5 of the Santiago Metro. It is located under the Plaza de Armas of Santiago.