Hi Guys..! Today I am here with 5 amazing websites that will blow your mind. There are many websites on the internet that will blow your mind.
Here are the list of 5 Amazing websites…
If you like hacking or you are a tech freak then you would like to know that there is a website to track real time hacking. You can watch real time hacking attacks.
Norse map can shows you the attacks origins, attack types, target, attackers IP address, port & Geo location. Also you can filter the map by Geo-location & protocols. They maintain world’s largest threat intelligent network with over 8 million sensors on more than 6000 applications.
A Website with infinitely zooming image
The Zoomquilt is a hypnotic, infinitely zooming image and website created by Berlin artist Nikolaus Baumgarten and a team of illustrators that weaves together a patchwork of different fantasy paintings into a single, seemingly endless shot.
Pointer Pointer website points at your cursor
Pointer Pointer is quite possibly one of the most useless websites we’ve ever seen and one we just can’t get enough of.
What it does is locate your cursor and find a picture with people pointing towards that location on the screen. We’ve been playing with it for a while now, and have never seen the same picture twice.
This site will generate an essay on virtually any subject – all you have to do is bang on your keyboard
EssayTyper is a site that allows you to plug in virtually any subject, then brings you to a Word-style webpage where you can write your essay. But you don’t have to “write” anything. Not technically. Just bang on the keyboard and words appear.
Go ahead, try it.
The first time I visited Worldometers I had the feeling that I was suddenly put into orbit and looking down on the collective activity of all earth’s human inhabitants: here presented in real-time are statistics on ‘World Population’, ‘Government and Economics’, ‘Society and Media’, ‘Environment’, ‘Food’, ‘Water’, ‘Energy’, and ‘Health’. Within these broad categories are spinning clocks, some going fast, others moving slowly, recording total numbers on things like: “Births today”, “Cellular phones sold today”, “Carbon dioxide emissions this year, in tons”, “Tons of food produced this year”, “People with no access to safe drinking water”, “Days to the end of oil”, and “Road traffic fatalities this year”.