One billion 3D views and counting

Alice Lloyd George AD: Three months ago. AMLG: Congratulations. Maybe we can start with a bit your history, how you got into graphics, came over from France for Techstars and the origins of the company. AD: Initially wood sculpture, then for this piece it had to be clay because it…

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Scientists Believe They Have Finally Discovered What Easter Island’s Statues Were For

Located off the coast of Chile, the survival story of early inhabitants on the tiny volcanic island of Rapa Nui has long alluded archaeologists. Now, a team of researchers believes they’ve uncovered how the ancient island population – between 15,000 and 20,000 at its peak – were able to maintain their…

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Here’s Why You Should Put A Spoonful Of Sugar In Your Backyard This Summer

Bee lovers around the world have been sharing photos of the world’s pollinators drinking sugar water from spoons after a post on a Facebook page dedicated to the English broadcaster David Attenborough asked fans to work together to save the world’s bees with an extremely simple gesture: offer up a spoonful…

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Otters Are Not Cute, They Are Sick Depraved Jerks

Wednesday May 30 is World Otter Day, a day where your newsfeeds will undoubtedly be filled with cutesy photographs of fuzzy little otters juggling stones or holding hands while they sleep. But don’t be fooled by this PR campaign. Behind those beady eyes lies a dark secret: Otters are assholes. It’s…

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