At first glance this may look like just another luxury hotel but once you enter it, you’ll discover the worlds largest cylindrical aquarium. 82-feet high in the heart of the hotel’s lobby atrium the AquaDom holds one million liters of saltwater and is home to many species of tropical fish. The AquaDom is maintained by the Sea Life Berlin, which is located right next to the hotel. Sea Life Berlin houses 30 freshwater and saltwater tanks, which are home to thousands of sea dwellers
Nope, residents in the Bay Area could actually look up at the sky on September 12 and see pi, written out to 1000 digits, printed by 5 planes. The project, called Pi in the Sky, was undertaken by ISHKY, a group of artists, scientists, and programmers with the goal of exploring ”the boundaries of scale, public space, impermanence, and the relationship between Earth and the physical universe.” Just to prove it to you, here’s some live video of the digits being printed (sky written? sky printed? skrinted?) in real time:
What’s amazing to me is how fast the skrinting goes - any clue how they do it?