Hot on the heels of yesterday’s macro footage M&M’s melting in water comes another video from Youtube channel Another Perspective, this time some macro timelapse footage of tiny stink bugs hatching. They look so cute! Almost like something out of a Studio Ghibli movie. Speaking of stink bugs — they
Because everybody needs a hobby and coffee beans are cheap, this is a timelapse video of artist Valeriano Fatica carving a series of Marvel character faces into coffee beans, including Nick Fury, Iron Man, Thanos, the Hulk, and Groot. He does a great job. Me? I could never work with
When I was 14 I could barely stick two LEGO bricks together without gluing my head to the table. Well, it appears Twitter user Laura33697398’s son may have slightly surpassed my ability at the same age and created this entire Manhattan build. Impressive. I mean near as impressive as impressive
This is a photo of a single atom as captured by scientist David Nadlinger. The photo, which David very cleverly titled ‘Atom In An Ion Trap’, features a strontium atom (with 38 protons and a diameter of a few millionths of a millimeter) visible in the very center of the
This is one of the $1,900 tiny 9.9-millimeter (I lied in the title like a no-good son of a gun) Rubik’s Cubes going on sale in Japan to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the toy being sold in the country. And, I think we can all agree, what a way
This is a short gif (below) of the 88-milligram RoBeetle developed by a research team experimenting with the use of methanol to help power artificial muscles in robotics. Some more info about the tiny crawler while I sweep my office for bugs because *lowering voice* igBay otherBray isyay everywhereyay. In
This is a short video from Youtuber Craft Workbench demonstrating a tiny, finger-mounted crossbow capable of firing wooden darts into a cucumber. So, the next time you find a cucumber trying to pick a fight just load up your little finger crossbow with the end of a kabob stick, look
This is a video from researchers at the University Of Washington who have developed a tiny, pannable camera system capable of streaming live video that’s so small it can fit on the back of a beetle (or any other small insect). The entire system weighs only 248 milligrams in total.