When you go delving into the deep dark web, you find some interesting, funny and downright strange things!
Here are the latest sites to catch our eye for the Things we Gone and Found series, because entertaining resources and weird websites are worth sharing!
Lego, Minecraft, Tetris, all good things come in blocks right? Well, here’s another one to add to the geometric gang, Mr Doob. The simple (yet addictive) format allows you to create 3D patterns, objects, words…anything you can imagine.
Education is evolving – with constant advances in technology, teachers need to find new ways to engage learners. Kahoot! is a free, game-based learning platform. It provides fun learning experiences for users, from kindergarten classes to universities, encouraging play, collaboration and knowledge sharing.
If you have ever wanted to build your own squid friend, (and let’s face it, who hasn’t?!) then this site is perfect for you. Once you’ve designed your ocean pal, you can interact with it, and set it free to see what exciting adventures it encounters.
This ‘friendly wooden robot’ teaches youngsters basic coding and computer programming. Independent of language, and completely accessible – no screen required!, hands-on coding is at their fingertips with Cubetto.
If you struggle to go to sleep at night, are you going to bed at the right time? Calculating when you should be going to sleep is what Sleepyti.me is here for. You simply put in the time that you need to be up, and it suggests the best times for you to go to bed, so you don’t wake up feeling groggy.
This captivating, real time radar allows you to monitor each plane that is flying in the sky right now. You can find out arrivals and departures in specific airports, as well as follow individual flights. Fair warning – the volume of planes flying at any one time is slightly mind-blowing!
Finally, geek out the last of the Summer! ☀
As we enjoy the final sunny days of summer, you may find yourself daydreaming about your next break from work (shocking, I know). If you’re mentally planning your next getaway, how about spending some time in Cornwall, and visiting one of the first virtual reality arcades & interactive spaces in the UK? Staycations are still big news after all!
We hope you’ve enjoyed our latest instalment of web-wonder. Let us know what you think – as well as any interesting apps or websites you’ve found – on social media.