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Illustrator Uses Clever 3D Tricks To Bring His Cartoons To Life.
Danish artist, HuskMitNavn, has taken his playful black-and-white drawings of things as simple as opening a can of food, or as frustrating as running out of toilet paper, and brought them to life as incredible pieces of 3D cartoons on one sheet of paper.
The artist merges the 2D and 3D worlds by folding or tweaking the paper in such a way, that it sees these lively cartoons literally jump off the page.

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10+ Of The Funniest Marriage Tweets Of The Year
There's no bond between two people more special than marriage. At least in the beginning. But like most special things, it slowly becomes less special with time, and before you know it you're being forced to share your pizza with a person who won't even let you use their iPhone charger, even though they always use yours. Sound familiar? Then check out this list of 2016's funniest tweets about marriage.










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7 gadgets we're looking forward to in 2017 
 There's a lot of technology scheduled to come out in 2017 that we're really looking forward to. From the Nintendo Switch to potential bendable phones, here's the upcoming tech that we're most excited about.

7 gadgets we're looking forward to in 2017
There's a lot of technology scheduled to come out in 2017 that we're really looking forward to. From the Nintendo Switch to potential bendable phones, here's the upcoming tech that we're most excited about.

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Rahul Dravid praises Virat Kohli, Anil Kumble for Team India youngsters’ success

The Indian U-19 cricket coach Rahul Dravid on Sunday lauded Test captain Virat Kohli and chief coach Anil Kumble for creating an environment where youngsters are feeling comfortable.Dravid believes that success of Karun Nair and Jayant Yadav, who are products of the A team, is purely because of the “process” that has been put in place.
“It’s great to see these young boys coming through the ‘A’ team set-up and from domestic performances. It is a tribute to I think the environment created in the national set-up that they are coming through feeling comfortable and performing straightaway. Credit to Virat and Anil for the set-up and what they have been doing at the national level. So we are seeing the results, Nice to be a part of that process,” Dravid told ‘bcci.tv’.

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Snap reportedly acquired augmented reality startup Cimagine Media for up to $40 million 
 Snap has reportedly made an investment in augmented reality, purchasing the Israeli-based startup Cimagine Media in a deal that’s said to be worth between $30 million to $40 million.Originally reported by Calcalist News, through this purchase, Snap will establish a development center in the Middle East, one where it will eventually employ more than the 20 people currently working at Cimagine Media.Founded four years ago, Cimagine specializes in computer vision, real-time image processing, mobile development, international marketing, and more. All of these are obviously compelling for Snap, whose app Snapchat is heavily reliant on augmented reality and the like. But what Cimagine brings to the table is a focus on commerce and as Snap looks towards going public perhaps some time next year, it’s quite possible that doing facilitating shopping through Snapchat might open up additional revenue opportunities.Cimagine already has partnerships with Shop Direct, John Lewis, and Coca-Cola and wants to help retailers tap into the potential of augmented reality. So Snap may want to eventually strike partnerships with big box retailers and department stores to accelerate engagement and time spent on site. Merchants and store owners may want additional advertising opportunities so the potential of what Cimagine’s technology and team could bring to bear may be enticing.Or perhaps Cimagine’s team will help Snap improve laying objects over photos and videos captured through Snapchat.
Should an IPO be in its future, Snap needs to remain one step ahead of Facebook which has been rapidly copying features from Snapchat. Investors are looking for real market leadership so Snap’s acquisition of camera technology, especially around augmented reality, could give it a bit of a leg up.

Snap reportedly acquired augmented reality startup Cimagine Media for up to $40 million
Snap has reportedly made an investment in augmented reality, purchasing the Israeli-based startup Cimagine Media in a deal that’s said to be worth between $30 million to $40 million.Originally reported by Calcalist News, through this purchase, Snap will establish a development center in the Middle East, one where it will eventually employ more than the 20 people currently working at Cimagine Media.Founded four years ago, Cimagine specializes in computer vision, real-time image processing, mobile development, international marketing, and more. All of these are obviously compelling for Snap, whose app Snapchat is heavily reliant on augmented reality and the like. But what Cimagine brings to the table is a focus on commerce and as Snap looks towards going public perhaps some time next year, it’s quite possible that doing facilitating shopping through Snapchat might open up additional revenue opportunities.Cimagine already has partnerships with Shop Direct, John Lewis, and Coca-Cola and wants to help retailers tap into the potential of augmented reality. So Snap may want to eventually strike partnerships with big box retailers and department stores to accelerate engagement and time spent on site. Merchants and store owners may want additional advertising opportunities so the potential of what Cimagine’s technology and team could bring to bear may be enticing.Or perhaps Cimagine’s team will help Snap improve laying objects over photos and videos captured through Snapchat.
Should an IPO be in its future, Snap needs to remain one step ahead of Facebook which has been rapidly copying features from Snapchat. Investors are looking for real market leadership so Snap’s acquisition of camera technology, especially around augmented reality, could give it a bit of a leg up.

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