This is another size comparison video from MetaBallStudios (previously), this time comparing the size of various mechas as viewed by a person standing at ground level. It was actually pretty awesome to watch since the mechas strutted around running into things and weren’t just standing still. Was I disappointed Krang’s
Back with another size comparison visualization, this is a video from MetaBallStudios (previously) comparing the sizes of numerous weapons from pop culture, from tiny rings and handguns to massive space station sized superweapons. Obviously, comparing a rifle directly to the Death Star would be like comparing apples to an orchard,
This is another size comparison visualization by MetaBallStudio (previously), this time comparing the sizes of various mechas from popular culture. What’s your favorite? Mine was the biggest one, because bigger is better. Take my penis for instance — best in the galaxy. “Did you even watch the video?” I don’t
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 visualization from MetaBallStudio (previously) comparing the sizes of fictional sea monsters from popular culture, including literature, film, and video games. It begins with the diminutive ~5cm Plankton from SpongeBob SquarePants and ends with a 40km Kraken from Warhammer 40,000. I learned a lot by watching it. Mostly,
Microorganisms: do they really exist or are they just made up by scientists to explain magic? The world may never know. But this is another in MetaBallStudio’s unending series of size comparison videos (previously), this time visualizing the size of various microorganisms using humans, increasingly larger manmade objects, and eventually
This is another visual comparison video created by MetaBallStudio (previously), this time comparing the average distance traveled in one minute by various objects in the universe, including animals, machines, planets, etc. I learned a lot by watching it. Mostly, that I’m slower than a tree sloth or Galapagos tortoise. I
Created by visual comparer of things MetaBallStudio (previously), this is a video animation comparing the size of various dragons, starting with the diminutive ~60cm Azymondias and Mushu from The Dragon Prince and Mulan, and ending with the larger-than-galaxies Super Shenron from Dragon Ball Super. That is quite a range. So