Source = e-Travel Blackboard: S.P La Traviata will transform Sydney for three weeks from 24 March In an effort to boost Australian tourism, Opera Australia has embarked on an AUD11.5million elaborate outdoor spectacle called ‘La Traviata’.The “floating Opera” although not the first in the world will allow visitors and residents from 24 March the opportunity to watch opera performances against one of the world’s top backdrops, Sydney Harbour, the Herald Sun reported.The Performers will take to an open-air 25 meter “shimmering” stage on the harbour, with a giant crystal chandelier that will be suspended in the air giving the illusion that it is floating above the stage.Opera Australia Artistic Director of Opera Australia Lyndon Terracini said the backdrop will have views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House and the city skyline.“Everyone loves to look at the outside of the Sydney Opera House, so why not have that as the backdrop of a wonderful production,” Mr Terracini saidWith statistics by the Australian Bureau of Statistics indicating a drop of 0.2 percent in international visitors, it is hoped the spectacle will boost visitor arrivals.Tourism NSW is confident that with arrivals from China increasing 19.4 percent last year to 542,000 the event will only further increase visitors from this region. An Opera Australia spokesperson said the spectacle will be one of the iconic events that Australia will be known for overseas. “We are confident it will grow to an annual event and it will attract people from all over the world,” the spokesperson said. The spectacle will run for three weeks at the Royal Botanical Gardens and can be watched by up to 3000 guests.
All the details about the ArmorMax Tesla Model S were disclosed in a recent video share via Zack from YouTube channel JerryRigsEverything. He not only fills us in on the vehicle’s modifications, but also claims to be the first person who has actually fired bullets at the car. Dan from What’s Inside? wants to know if the Model S’ tires are truly bulletproof. Of course, we know they’re run-flats, but are they especially resistant to gun fire?Dan welcomes Zack, the bulletproof Tesla Model S, and a tank for comparison. Watch the video to learn what’s inside a “bulletproof” Tesla Model S tire.Video Description via What’s Inside? on YouTube:What’s inside a Bulletproof Tesla Tire?Tesla run flat tire vs Truck run flat, how do they work? Watch To Find Out What’s Inside A Tesla Tire Let’s Take A Look Inside A Bulletproof Tesla Source: Electric Vehicle News Watch This Bulletproof Tesla Model S Get Shot By 9 MM Handgun: Video Let’s take a look inside a tire on this bulletproof Tesla Model S.We’ve shared stories about the ArmorMax Tesla Model S in the past. Despite its bulletproof status, which adds extra weight, it’s still quite quick. ArmorMax claims it’s the quickest armored car in the world. If true, this gives it a double advantage. A bulletproof vehicle could hypothetically sit still and take on gunfire without worries. A super-quick vehicle could outrun gun fire. Put the two together and the occupant would likely feel pretty safe. However, having bulletproof tires would up the ante even further.Related Tesla Content: Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on April 15, 2019Categories Electric Vehicle News