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This privately-funded project tugs at the heartstrings of nostalgia for Poles, while for international tourists it’s a chance to peer back in time, behind the Iron Curtain into the previously shrouded world of Warsaw nightlife...

This privately-funded project tugs at the heartstrings of nostalgia for Poles, while for international tourists it’s a chance to peer back in time, behind the Iron Curtain into the previously shrouded world of Warsaw nightlife.

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L’évolution de l’Homme détournée de 99 façons dans des illustrations inventives et satiriques

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When you were young, did you ever imagine the robots would be filled with Helium?  I didn't.  ----------  German automation company Festo has created an extraordinary helium-filled flying robot that propels itself through the air by repeatedly turning itself inside-out. The creation, known as the SmartInversion, moves like a jellyfish as its extremely lightweight body inverts itself with a rhythmic pulsating movement.

Festo SmartInversion -- flying geometrical band with inversion drive SmartInversion is a helium-filled flying object that moves through the air by turning in.

Japanese video and performance artist Mariko Mori displays her work Tom Na H-iu at the Royal Academy of Arts in London.

Day in pictures: 11 December 2012

Japanese video and performance artist Mariko Mori displays her work Tom Na H-iu at the Royal Academy of Arts in London.

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