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Mr. Hunt: designers creation a concept yacht for Tom Cruise Mission Impossible character

Your mission, should you choose to accept it. This is the yacht that Mission Impossible’s Ethan Hunt would use - according to a design team. The 190-Foot superyacht „Mr. Hunt” concept was inspired by the Tom Cruise action films after Slovenian firm VOM Creations were invited to participate in an online sketch competition, proposed by BOAT International magazine. They were so inspired they went on to fully design the sleek exterior. VOM estimate that the finished superyacht would be priced „at around 60 million euros” and they did not envision the interior „because it is considered a concept and therefore meant to be left as a blank slate for the owner”. VOM explain: „The task was to build on inspiration drawn from Mission Impossible movies. Subsequently, the BOAT International readers were asked to choose a few must-have features. These features, such as 40-60m length, a plumb bow, and hydrogen power had to be incorporated into the design. Followed by a bit of brainstorming, Mr. Hunt was born. The team was mostly inspired by the scenery you can see in Mission Impossible movies, therefore the most outstanding feature had to be the openness of the yacht towards the outside. The stable design offers modern features and a solar-powered roof. The deck not only provides space for all the owners' toys but a lot of seating area and Jacuzzis in the front and back.”

Man makes 3D printed head-guard for blind pomeranian pet

North Bay, Ontario, Canada: A man is on a mission to stop his blind 18-year-old dog Sienna bumping into walls. Chad Lalande, from North Bay, Canada, noticed his pet Pomeranian was having trouble negotiating her home. In December he got a 3D printer, and as an amateur 3D artistdesigner, he set about creating a wearable solution. So far he has gone through six prototypes, and believes he has found a design that fits the small dog well. Chad explains: „I had wanted to do something to help Sienna after I was noticing her repeatedly hit the edges of door frames and sometimes just walking into a wall. She gets around pretty well, but once in a while she gets turned around, and this is when she would walk into things. She slowly became blind due to cataracts as she aged, she is 18 years old. This past December I got a 3D printer as something to do while I'm off work on long term disability. I work in plastics manufacturing making woven polyolefin industrial fabrics. After I got the printer assembled and dialled-in, the idea came to make Sienna the safety hoop with the printer. I used Lightwave 3D to design the device and an Ender 5 Plus to print it. I went through 5 iterations before landing on the final design.”

Surf’s up! Incredible photos of UK’s rare big wave in cornwall - as surfers risk their lives to ride the cribbar wave - sometimes known as the widow-maker

***EXCLUSIVE*** These are the incredible photographs of surfers riding giant 20ft waves in not Hawaii Ð but Newquay.  Over a three day period this week the Cirbbar wave, sometimes called the Widow Maker, was in full force as local thrill-seekers got in the water to tackle the rare natural phenomenon. Cornwall is Britain’s surfing mecca and home to professional big wave surfers such as Tom Butler, who was out battling the beastly waves on Monday. Speaking to Magic Sea Weed website, he said: „It was definitely the biggest day I’ve had out there by far.” Photographer Clare James of Clare James photography, who was watching the action unfold said: „Basically getting surfable waves you need everything to come together. The Cribbar is a reef, so you need a particularly big swell for the waves to break. You need certain tides, the right wind, there’s many factors and to get them all together at the same times its rare. And for three days straights its extremely rare.”

Life of Bagnoregio Unesco heritage

Civita is a hamlet of 11 inhabitants of the municipality of Bagnoregio, in the province of Viterbo, in Lazio, part of the most beautiful villages in Italy, every year sinks more and Civita di Bagnoregio has also been nicknamed the city that dies. For this reason the village has been classified by Unesco as a World Heritage Site for 2022, for its cultural landscape of extraordinary importance Civita is a fraction of 11 inhabitants in the municipality of Bagnoregio, in the province of Viterbo, in Lazio, part of the most beautiful villages of Italy, every year it sinks more and Civita di Bagnoregio has also been nicknamed the city that dies. For this reason the village has been classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site for 2022, for its cultural landscape of extraordinary importance.