Sky Deck Chicago

Located on the 103rd floor of the skyscraper is the‘”Willis Tower”, this is the second highest building in the US, consisting of glass chambers which can bear up to 5 people equaling to 5 tons of weight. The skyscraper is placed at the height of 1,532 feet providing the perfect view of whole Chicago.

Dubai Hotel Swimming Pool

The Intercontinental Hotel in Dubai has its swimming pool located on the rooftop of 36th story building. The 82-feet long pool can be seen from outside the hotel as it is pounding out of the front wall and it seems you are floating in the air.

New Refuge Gervasutti

That’s a refugee camp installed on the Freboudze glacier in front of the east face of Grandes Jorasses of the Mont Blanc Range. The camp is located at the height of 1.74 miles.

Sky lodge Hotel

This is a luxury transparent capsule hanging from the mountain top in the sacred valley of Peru, with each capsule having the capacity of 12 people per night. The capsule is 25 feet long, 8 feet high and made up of aluminum and poly carbonate.

Eshima Ohashi Bridge

The 1-mile long bridge, located in Japan, connects Matsue, Shimane Prefecture, and Sakaiminato. It looks like a big roller-coaster with a good runway to drive.


Alpspix Viewing Platform

The platform has two 80-feet long steel beams making a sign of X and floats over a vertical drop of almost 1,000 meters.


Hundred Dragons Sky Lift

Commonly known as Bailong Elevator, this glass elevator is built into the side of a rocky mountain Wulingyuan area of Zhangjiajie, Human Province, China. The elevator takes you to the height of 1,070 feet and has three different chambers with the capacity to carry 48 passengers.

Glass Suspension Bridge

The 430m long bridge standing at 300m above ground level connects two mountain cliffs in China and is the world’s highest and longest glass suspension bridge

Synthetic Human Mouth

This synthetic mouth was constructed by engineers at Kagawa University, Japan, and contains silicone windpipe, vocal chords, tongue, and even a nose, which has a crucial impact on how we talk. It can even produce sounds and pronounce some words. Although the use of it is yet to be known, this synthetic mouth is able to teach itself through the sounds it hears and produces.

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