In continued ball related news, this is a video of the guys from Youtube channel How Ridiculous dropping 100,000 ping pong balls in an empty arena and filming the spectacle in ultra slow-motion. The result, well, the result is this video. The actual 100,000 ball drop begins around 12:50 though,
This is a short slow-motion video of a skydiver going for a casual stroll in the sky during a recent trip back to earth. The video says he’s moonwalking, but when you moonwalk you travel backwards, he’s going forwards. So this is probably considered sunwalking, or simply just walking. Me?
Visual learning: it’s way cooler than just reading a boring textbook and writing dirty words in the margins. And to prove that, this is a video of The Action Lab’s James Orgill sticking his hand in a vacuum chamber and sucking all the air out. His hand blows up like
This is a short video of a gentleman (and potential scholar) who spent too much time out in the sun with a hat on but no sunscreen and unlocked the achievement for perfect baseball cap tan. Based on the particularly white lines on his head where the hat’s seams would
Because heights don’t terrify some people like they do me, this is some first person point of view footage from an iron worker helping construct the Deloitte Tower in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. I got sweaty palms just watching. And vertigo. I’m a total mess now all thanks to this
Because whose dream of their special day doesn’t involve appearing at their wedding reception in a frustrating slow glass elevator through the floor, this is a video of a freshly married couple doing just that. I like how they open the banquet hall’s doors like they’re actually going to come
This is a timelapse video from Youtuber Temponaut Timelapse of ants eating a slice of tangerine over the course of 50 hours, but most of the fruit is already gone by 20 hours. For reference, I was once responsibly for bringing the orange slices to my adult league kickball game
This is a timelapse video from Youtuber Ivan Cehic, who mounted a GoPro on a cargo ship to film its passage through the Suez Canal. Thankfully, this particular ship managed to pass without incident, unlike some other ships in recent history. Now I’m not going to name any names, but