Friday, September 13, 2013

This Week In Foolproof Ideas

This week the South Korean government announced construction of the world's first "invisible" tower. 

Tower Infinity will be built in Seoul and will stand a whopping 1,476 feet, making it the sixth highest building in the world. 

The most unusual thing about the tower: the building's surface will be covered in a series of massive hi-tech LED screens that will project an image of what lies behind the building onto its front. This will effectively render the building invisible.

Why an invisible skyscraper? Good question. Because why the hell not, I guess.

Oh, and Tower Infinity will be constructed near Incheon International Airport just outside of Seoul.

A quarter mile-high skyscraper? AND it's invisible? AND it's right next to a busy airport? Sounds like a great idea to me! Nothing can ever possibly go wrong with that plan.

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