This is another size comparison video from MetaBallStudio (previously), this time visualizing the increasing height of the world’s current tallest buildings (you can see the Burj Khalifa, fourth building from left), along with proposed future projects (some under construction, but most still conceptual). I learned a lot by watching it.
This is a video from artist, flipbook maker and Youtuber dp Art Drawing featuring an Incredible Hulk animation he created using a single sheet of paper that he drew on, erased, and redrew on to create 211 unique frames over the course of 52 days. By the end the paper
This is a video from Youtuber Backyard Racer featuring a Wheels track built over the course of a month that starts off in a treetop (which the car accesses via motorized gondola), and proceeds through numerous jumps, loops, and speed boosters, and even features a water feature. How about that!
Ugly Christmas sweaters: they’re not even ugly anymore, they’re beautiful. Case in point, this illuminated ‘Tree-Rex’ sweater manufactured by Joyin and available on Amazon (product link). It features a sexy t-rex struggling with a string of Christmas lights with his little arms, and features seven different light modes. There’s a
This is a video highlighting beautiful Midas, a cat born in Ankara, Turkey with a recessive gene that causes a quartet of ears. Don’t worry though, the ears don’t affect her in any way besides making her internet famous. Per her caretaker Canis Dosemeci: “Our Midas is very playful cat.
This is a short video of a man demonstrating the exact opposite way I get into bed at night, with a front flip that sort of wraps his sheet over him in a way nobody would want, possibly twisting his ankle in the process (it’s the pain that helps you
This is a video from (I believe) Russia of an elderly man using a homemade motorized pulley system operated with a remote control to access his 3rd floor apartment via the unit’s balcony. That…does not look like it would be up to code around here. But hey, whatever works. Although
This is a VICE video highlighting the work of Wales-based paper sculptor Polly Verity, who creases and folds paper with the very best of them. Per Polly: “The actual act of putting a crease into a piece of paper, committing to that crease, and just running along that line —