Back with another size comparison visualization, this is a video from MetaBallStudios (previously) comparing the sizes of numerous weapons from pop culture, from tiny rings and handguns to massive space station sized superweapons. Obviously, comparing a rifle directly to the Death Star would be like comparing apples to an orchard,
This is 3D animation created by Global Data (previous videos) comparing the sizes of various monuments around the world, both ancient and modern. It begins with the Moai statue heads carved on Easter Island, and ends with the mountaintop Machu Picchu. And, if you were wondering if the video includes
This is a visualization from RED SIDE comparing the relative speeds of various spaceships in the Star Wars universe. It was very well made, including the background. What’s your favorite ship? Mine’s the Eagle-5. “The RV from Spaceballs?” THEY SHOULD HAVE INCLUDED IT.
Ever wonder how all the King Kong and Godzilla iterations stack up to one another size-wise? You really must not sleep well at night. But here to help you get some much needed shut-eye is a visualization comparing the sizes of various Kongs and Godzillas. The Kongs are traditionally smaller,
Because a moving picture is worth at least 100,000 words, this is a video comparing the sizes of various felines, from the 14″ rusty spotted cat, to the 13.4′ extinct Ngandong tiger. The felines really start looking unfriendly around the 1:10 mark. Of course size doesn’t always matter, and my
This is a visualization created by Global Data comparing the sizes of various flying creatures both extinct and extant, but mostly extinct because Mother Nature made all the wildest models back in the day. Don’t get wrong, she’s still got some pretty crazy designs in existence, but she’s definitely grown
This is another size comparison video from Global Data (a follow-up to their previously posted video), comparing the actual size of different types of animals, both extinct and extant. Mother Nature sure doesn’t make them like she used to, does she? She used to make them BIG. Now she makes
This is a video created by visual effects artist Wren of Corridor Digital imagining all the world’s estimated 20 quadrillion (20,000,000,000,000,000 or 20,000 trillion) ants in the same place at the same time. All standing flat they would cover approximately 225,000 square kilometers, or the size of Wisconsin. In a