This fascinating Instagram account shares things you didn't know existed

It's hard to keep up with everything that happens in the world, but this Instagram account is helping spread the knowledge. (image credit: Sandeep Hoonjan/@yup.that.exists)
Rather than just having the lights on a pole, the entire pole lights up so people can easily see when the lights have changed. No honking necessary.  (image credit: @yup.that.exists)
A talented woodworker used their skills to craft a wooden, yet functional replica of a Rolls Royce that would otherwise cost $28 million.  (image credit: @yup.that.exists)
The reflective paint should stop there being as many accidents involving deer in future. The results are quite terrifying too though.  (image credit: @yup.that.exists)
If you're old enough to remember Tamagotchi and you're a Star Wars fan, then you're bound to appreciate this one.  (image credit: @yup.that.exists)
This one architect group has been creating rather neat looking houses out of shipping containers. A good way to reuse them? (image credit: @yup.that.exists)
In some McDonald's restaurants in China, there are exercise bikes built into the tables so you can eat and burn off the calories at the same time.  (image credit: @yup.that.exists)
This is a Black Box for Earth that's designed to record data on our world and the state of the environment so that it can be seen by future generations. (image credit: @yup.that.exists)
Aerospace company Jetson has been working on creating personal electrical aerial vehicles. They look just like speeders. (image credit: @yup.that.exists)
There's a company that's crafted a moped with a cage that you can pop your favourite furry friend into. Ideal if they like to go on adventures with you.  (image credit: @yup.that.exists)
In Germany, one city is caring for its homeless with dedicated sleep pods. Those pods are designed to provide warmth and shelter for those in need. (image credit: @yup.that.exists)
Recently Fisher-Price developed a version suitable for an adult that allows Bluetooth calls to the phone from a nearby smartphone.  (image credit: @yup.that.exists)
Photographer Will Ferguson has been using lit-up drones to paint in the sky for some very impressive photographs. (image credit: @yup.that.exists/@iwillfoto)
Now you can show your age with these trainers that are styled with VHS style branding and come complete with a VHS box too. (image credit: @yup.that.exists)
These shoes have sensors to help the visually impaired detect obstacles while they're walking.  (image credit: @yup.that.exists)
One company is selling canned air from various places around the world. Now you can breathe that fresh city air straight from a paint can.  (image credit: @yup.that.exists)
If you don't like the idea of wearing a helmet because it might mess up your hair, then worry no more. (image credit: @yup.that.exists/Jyo John Mullor)
Doctors in Brazil are using 3D printing techniques to produce three-dimensional representations of the baby. (image credit: @yup.that.exists)
Ever wished your phone was a bit smarter or at least a bit more friendly? These students apparently did because they've made a phone that'll lick your face. (image credit: @yup.that.exists/Sandeep Hoonjan and Xianzhi Zhang)
Here the famous Great Wave painting has been re-created using 50,000 Lego bricks and 400 hours of effort. (image credit: @yup.that.exists)
This image was taken by a pinhole camera made using a beer can. It was created then forgotten about for eight years. (image credit: @yup.that.exists)
In Japan, they treat lateness as a serious business and if you're a passenger, you have the right to expect more from the service. (image credit: @yup.that.exists)