View the world around you through a whole new lens! The 3-in-1 lens kit is perfect for adding an new artistic view to your photos.
Your stock iPhone camera barely gets the job done, but you need more! Exceed your expectations and take beautiful pictures that are full of life and really capture the moment.
WHY WE LOVE IT
With a simple “snap-on, snap-off” function that allows for easy use and quick installation, your life will be captured with fabulous photos all will enjoy.
With an adhesive metal ring adapter designed for iPhone 4/4S/5/5S, you can easily alternate lenses to capture images close-up, far away, and with the classic 180-degree “fisheye” look.
180° Fisheye Lens
Wide Angle Lens
Macro HD Lens
For any smartphone with a camera lens 9.5mm or smaller
IN THE BOX
(1) 180° Fisheye Lens
(1) Wide Angle Lens
(1) Macro HD Lens
(1)Adhesive metallic adapter
If Buddhists are right about that whole reincarnation thing, it’d be hard to imagine what you’d have to do wrong to die and come back as a sea cucumber. One minute you’re human and the next you’re crawling around the seafloor as what is essentially a mobile intestine, hoovering up food at one end and expelling it through the other.
And then, inevitably, the pearlfish would find you.
You’re breathing through your anus, by the way, and when you take a breath, the pearlfish strikes — squirming up your butt, making itself comfortable in your respiratory organ, and eating your gonads. Or, they’ll go up in pairs and have sex in your body cavity. And that’s when you realize that you must have been a really awful human being in a past life. Like, the type of person who talks on their phone in a movie theater kind of awful.
Such pearlfishes come in a range of species, and don’t necessarily limit themselves to invading sea cucumbers. They’ll also work their way into sea stars, and are so named because they’ve been found dead inside oysters, completely coated in mother-of-pearl. Beautiful, really, though I reckon the pearlfish would beg to differ.
This behavior is the strange product of a housing crisis. You see, shelter is in short supply on many seafloors, particularly those that lack reefs. And there are few better shelters than sea cucumbers, little mobile homes that pearlfishes will enter pretty much as they please, leaving to hunt and returning for protection. If they can’t return to the same one, no worries at all. There’s plenty of decent housing squirming around the seafloor — if you’re willing to live in a sea cucumber’s bum.
Google has partnered with more than 40 other organizations to create a sobering deforestation-monitoring tool. Called Global Forest Watch, the tool enables visitors to witness worldwide deforestation as it happens, in near-realtime.
Global Forest Watch (GFW) is a dynamic online forest monitoring and alert system that empowers people everywhere to better manage forests. For the first time, Global Forest Watch unites satellite technology, open data, and crowdsourcing to guarantee access to timely and reliable information about forests. GFW is free and follows an open data approach in putting decision-relevant information in the hands of governments, companies, NGOs, and the public.