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
Presumably made to help aid in my decision of choosing a new battle mount, this is a visualization created by Global Data comparing the sizes of various animals both extant and extinct. I gathered a lot of useful information watching it, and not just that I’ve been spelling polar bear
Note: Image has been cut, click HERE to see the full-size image. Using data collected from Similarweb, this is a visualization created by VisualCapitalist of the world’s top 50 most visited websites, based on monthly traffic volume. As you can see, Borninspace did not make the cut. I assume it’s
This is an animated bar graph visualizing the world’s fifteen richest people (royalty excluded) from 1985 – 2023, with their associated companies also highlighted. I learned a lot by watching it. Mostly, that even the poorest of these people is entirely too rich. I don’t even have any money and
This is an appropriately trippy AI generated music video for the entirety of Pink Floyd’s 1973 The Dark Side Of The Moon, created by 12 different artists, each in charge of visualizing a different song using their own art as input. It’s, uh, it’s definitely a trip. Maybe not as
All time being from 1976 to the present, of course. Before that there was no time, and, I assume, wristwatches and those cat wall clocks didn’t even exist. So yeah, the top grossing movies from 1976 to 2022. There’s nothing really too surprising on the list, although it was fun
This is a visualization created by 3D animator Jarde Owens providing a tour of all the Titanic’s interior (and exterior) features from top to bottom, including the engine rooms, secret rooms, and MORE. Did you know the Titanic was one of the first ocean liners to have a swimming pool?