This is a video of the UK’s Royal Navy receiving a demonstration from Gravity Industries showing how their jetpacks could be used to board ocean vessels, in this case the HMS Dasher. Admittedly, not a bad use for a jetpack. Maybe not as good of a use as flying into
This is a short video tour of the Star Trek themed man cave theater that Phil Stiller constructed in his basement. I especially like the hidden door, followed by the futuristic pocket door. The interior includes some Star Trek and space memorabilia, a small bar, theater seating for four, and,
This is a short video from the rear cam of a Tesla Model 3 that captures the car’s instant acceleration preventing it from getting rear-ended by an old Acura Integra, which appears to be no stranger to a good rear-ending. Thankfully, traffic had only stopped momentarily and stepping on the
Warning: Flashing images. This is a mesmerizing slow motion video (shot at 240fps, slowed to 30fps) from a GoPro attached to the main rotor of aerobatic pilot Chuck Aaron’s MBB Bo 105 helicopter as the blade spins and the helicopter takes off, the tiny wind wizards inside working their magic
This is a video of a giant LED billboard that wraps around the corner of a building playing a video of a spaceship docking with a very convincing 3D effect. I’m not sure what they’re selling, but I’m buying it. “I think they’re selling giant wrap-around LED billboards.” Cover my
This is a video of a professional arborist (read: with the appropriate safety equipment) in San Bernadino, California cutting the top off a 100-foot palm tree that was being removed to reduce its risk of falling on something in the area, and riding the makeshift catapult like a seasoned cowboy
This is a video from MetaBallStudio comparing the sizes of fictional starships. It’s actually an updated version of the very first comparison video the channel made all the way back in 2015, which feels like a lifetime ago, and may have actually been a lifetime ago if you’re a gerbil.
This is a video captured from inside the cabin of an Airbus A320 as it takes off from Changi Airport in Singapore to show the changing speed (measures in km/h so it makes no sense to Americans) as it breaks the laws of physics. Honestly, I still can’t believe people