In this edition: Printable food, Berlin Film Festival parties, dog-sledding in Norway, skiing in Austria and a British photographer's sleight of hand.
Food from 3D Printers
With 3D printers becoming more and more affordable, they're being used to make everything from shoes to lamps and musical instruments. Now a Spanish start-up has gone even further, recently unveiling a 3D printer to create food.
Parties at the Berlinale
During the Film Festival in Berlin, production companies, foundations and sponsors throw a storm of parties and receptions. With 20,000 accredited delegates, the Berlinale is an important film industry meeting place. Both German and foreign stars show up either on the red carpet or at the parties at the Ritz-Carlton.
Dog Sledding in Norway
Dog Sledding in Norway Silvia Furtwängler and her family emigrated from Germany to Norway five years ago. Her passion is sled dog racíng and she has become one of the world's top mushers. In January 2013, she took part in the "Grande Odyssée" around Mont Blanc, one of the toughest and most spectacular sled dog races in the world.
The Photographer Ray Massey
British photographer Ray Massey transforms hands into works of art. First, they are adorned with captivating images by the British bodypainter Annie Ralli, then captured by the photographer at his London studio. A perfect optical illusion.
Skiing in Tyrol
Tyrol´is a state in western Austria that's made up almost entirely of mountains, which makes it very popular with outdoor enthusiasts the year round. The ski areas in around the Thurn Pass in the Kitzbühel Alps were recently named the best in the country - and Kitzbühel itself is also a magnet for the rich, cic and famous.