Slow motion: hands down one of my favorite motions besides *pats waterbed, winks* the motion of the ocean. This is a video of Gav of the Slow-Mo Guys carefully placing 1,000 mousetraps covered with dry paint pigment, then setting them all off in a glorious chain reaction, all filmed in
Have you ever wondered what the dial-up modem handshake sound LOOKS like? Just how high were you? Edibles? Maybe next time wait an hour before eating the rest. This is the dial-up modem sound presented in spectrogram form. Sure brings back memories, doesn’t it? MOM! MOM HANG UP THE PHONE.
Ever wondered what Tetris would look like with soft, Jelly-like pieces covered in fur? Me neither, at least not in a fantasy I’m willing to admit to, but German softbody animator Chris of C4D4U has decided to show us what it might look like anyways. So the pieces don’t actually
These are several shots of Pistachio, a puppy born on a farm on the Italian island of Sardinia that, unlike the other five of its littermates, was born with a green hue to its fur. WHY was he born with a green hue to its fur? Let’s consider the possibilities,
Presumably to help protect parents’ feet from rogue LEGO bricks, these are the LEGO x Adidas A-ZX 8000, which sounds like a rather unusual name for a pair of LEGO sneakers. They’ll cost $130 when they’re released on September 25th, and I’m not convinced I’ll actually be able to stick
This is a video of some of the skydivers from Skydive Spaceland Houston speeding towards earth at night while covered in LED strips and blasting 300-foot sparkler trails from their feet. That’s cool. Maybe not as cool as I am, but– “I swear if this is the detachable thumb trick
This is a video of Fonzie from DipYourCar painting a car with a thermochromatic car pigment that turns from black to clear to reveal the color below when it gets hot (previously: painting a glow-in-the-dark car). Pretty cool, especially watching the color change in slow motion. I’m tempted to get
Note: Above pic doesn’t do it justice, see below. This is a beautiful tribute to Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli characters in the form of a stunning stained glass window crafted by Russian artists Eugene Koksharov and Anna Dobrunova of Art Brothers Glass. This particular piece, measuring 90cm x 70cm