This is a video of a construction worker applying cement to a wall too high to reach by hand by just tossing it up there. His aim is impeccable, and if there was a basketball game he wouldn’t have missed a single shot. Still, as impressive as his technique is,
This is a video of the world’s largest LED sphere (and largest spherical building, period) being tested in Las Vegas. The MSG Sphere at The Venetian Las Vegas Resort measures 366 feet tall and 516 feet at its widest, and is covered with 580,000 square feet of programmable LED lighting.
Piggybacking on the build of his bike with treaded square tires, this is a video of engineer The Q reducing the design to its bare minimum, producing a tireless bike that runs on thin treads that only make contact with the pavement at two points. That’s…something. Something I wish I’d
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom features an elaborate build system using the Ultrahand mechanic that allows players to build all sorts of things, from basic wheeled vehicles to fully functional mechas. Or, you know, a man with a fiery waving wiener. These are two videos of such
This is a 5-minute timelapse video of various skyscrapers being constructed around Singapore from 2012 – 2020. The video is the lovechild of Keith Loutit, who “took hundreds of thousands of pictures of the city over eight years, and then aligned and combined them into 3000 time-lapse sequences to show
This is a video documenting Youtuber Allen Pan’s quest to build a pair of moon boots that will allow him to jump higher. His final design involves using compressed air triggered by a handheld remote to launch him places his own muscles could never take him. Specifically, to a height
Because dream it, and with enough Youtube followers you can actually make enough money to fund and build it, this is a video of the guys at Hacksmith building a massive walking spider mecha from six excavators over the course of a year. Sure it only has six legs instead
Because dream it (and with enough know-how, money, and luck), you can achieve it, this is a video of Youtuber Ideal Idea constructing an icosahedron (20-sided polygon) infinity mirror terrarium. How about that! No matter where you look it’s green with plant life! Me? I’m a huge fan of terrariums