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Sometimes it is simply good to get away and go someplace new, but traveling there directly is not always possible. WebUrbanist brings some of the most exotic travel destinations and incredible private islands, luxury resorts but also the most remote, uninhabited and abandoned islands and locations on the planet - some of these you may explore in person some day but some you may never seen or hear from again.
Comic Con And Beyond: 18 Mesmerizing Costumes
The elevation of Comic Con from a niche event for super dorks has had an unintended consequence: cosplaying has become extremely competitive.
Gallery-Worthy Gadgetry: 10 Terrific High-Tech Art Projects
Technology makes our lives better, but it can also make the world a more beautiful place. These 10 art projects all use technology to create compelling images.
Wear It's At: 7 Futuristic Developments in Fashion + Clothes
As technology creeps into every facet of our lives, it is no surprise that even our clothes are becoming more high-tech by the year.
Mini Rube Goldberg Machine Makes Cool Travel Companion
A Dutch design studio packs an amazingly complex Rube Goldberg machine into two suitcases, two years after producing the world's largest room-sized machine.
Sublime Sounds: 10 Uniquely Stylish iPhone + iPod Speakers
The speakers or amplifier you use for your iPhone or iPod can be boring and look just like everyone else's...or they can be lovely and unique like these picks.
Oh, Snap! 10 Camera Concepts Focused on Innovation
Digital photography has come a long, long way in the relatively short time it has been around. These forward-thinking camera designs want to push it further.
Right Hear, Right Now: 8 Terrific Techy Devices for the Deaf
These devices can help hearing impaired people communicate with the hearing world via an amazing array of high-tech solutions.
Castle in a Grain of Sand: Tiny Nanoscale 3D Printing
These amazingly detailed objects are smaller than a grain of sand, printed with polymers at record-breaking speeds using advanced 3D printing technology.
Nine Eyes of Google: Street View's Strangest Images
From the scenes shot by the nine lenses of Google's Street View cameras, artist Jon Rafman gathers the strange, the beautiful, the haunting and the poignant.
Going Viral: 10 Neat Gadgets for Germaphobic Geeks
Computer viruses aren't the only infections you have to worry about if you're a geek, gamer or gadgeteer who lives in the scary, paranoid land of germaphobia.