This swing, located at the Yunyang Longgang Scenic Spot in Chongqing, China, is not something you want to experience if you’re afraid of heights. It’s touted as the world’s largest swing and dangles riders over a 2,300-foot-tall cliff at speeds of up to 81 miles per hour. The swing setup consists of a swing attached to a 328-foot-tall arch tower with ultra heavy duty metal cables.
Photo credit: Zhijun Wang
Anyone who has shopped at IKEA has probably seen their FRAKTA storage bag, and if so, you’ll know that there is plenty of room for whatever you want. In normal use, shoppers can carry the bag either with the handles or on their back with the long straps hanging over your shoulders. Designer Zhijun Wang decided to turn these bags into functional face masks.
Lilypad Floating Villa, located the coast of Australia’s Palm Beach, is a luxurious living space that makes it easy to social distance. Featuring a minimalist aesthetic, it boasts an outdoor deck with a dining area, loft bedroom, full bathroom, and plenty of storage space. There’s enough room to comfortably sleep two adults, or up to six if some are willing to take the couch.
General Dynamics’ Gulfstream G700 has successfully completed its maiden flight, in which it departed Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport at 1:19 p.m. EST on Feb. 14, 2020 and landed approximately 2-hours, 32-minutes later, running on a blend of sustainable aviation fuel. This luxurious business jet features the longest, widest as well as tallest cabin in the industry, complete with 20 Gulfstream panoramic oval windows and up to five living areas.
Gundam fans rejoice! Fans of the iconic anime series will be able to get an up-close look at the 59-foot-tall robot that weighs in at a hefty 25-tons at the Gundam Factory Yokohama, a 9,000 square-meter facility set to open at Yamashita Pier on October 1st. Unfortunately, it will only be on display for a year, but on the bright side, tickets go on sale in July.