The advancements in consumer-level photography mean that we have a lot of good people out there giving us a fresh look at things we’ve seen a million times.
My life now has a purpose. I’ve discovered what I have to do before I die. From now on, every decision I make will be motivated to do one thing and one thing only: to find my way to Point Nemo, a place in the Pacific Ocean that’s the loneliest place on Earth.
There are so many great aerial shots of China in this video by Stef Hoffer that I think my mind just teleported there.
Mark Verge makes balloon animals, but his creations aren’t limited to just tiny poodles and flowers like some yellow pages birthday clown.
Do you know how to make a TV show seem more mysterious than it actually is? It’s really simple actually: just make the characters ask as many questions as they possibly can.
We’re going to assume that Dan Clinch is a teacher who’s either found a great way to get his students excited about chemistry, or is just looking to get fired with a comfortable severance package.
Music is about feeling and robots cannot feel. Nevertheless, scientists at the University of Toronto programmed an AI to write a Christmas song, and while Boing Boing deems this “not bad” and “a triumph,” it comes off as hauntingly stoic and vaguely threatening.
Fine. Book binding would only be a great stress reliever if you were as good at book binding as Armando Costa and Florindo Simões are but then if you were, you’d be a professional book binder and it would be your job and might even be the cause of your stress.
Some people get excited for the holidays when decorations are getting put up, lights are getting smattered over houses, and cheery music is all over the radio.
You’d think that professional skier Mathieu Bijasson would be a little more careful after having his first kid.
Watching two crash test vehicles meet their demise in a head-on collision always makes for some exhilarating footage.
The world never looks cooler than when it does during the blue hours of dawn and dusk. Photographer Romain Jacquet Lagreze captured Hong Kong in that brief moment when daylight is just about over but nighttime hasn’t crept on yet.
I’m not exactly sure what’s going on in this Star Wars fan film by Devin Super Tramp but I’m also pretty sure that it doesn’t really matter because it features real life versions of the speeder bike.
“The Tricky” is a pro streetballer in Serbia who either has total control over inanimate objects or the ability to bend gravity, because he can make a basketball spin on pretty much anything that can loosely resemble a finger.
A Latvian company called Scandiweb was recently awarded the Guinness World Record for Largest Rube Goldberg machine after spending over two months designing and building the 412-step contraption that ultimately does nothing more than push a button to light up a gigantic Christmas tree.
Evil Mad Scientist’s new AxiDraw V3 personal drawing machine can use any pen or marker to print or write on your behalf if your penmanship is awful.
Leave it to the Harlem Globetrotters to come up with new ways to nail trick shots. Though it’s not the tallest basketball shot ever made (that award goes to this 593-foot shot off a dam), the Harlem Globetrotters version might be even more unique because there’s this weird, almost reverse arc to the shot.
From Snow White and the Seven Dwarves all the way back in 1937 to Zootopia which was released this year, this video features clips from over 45 Disney animated movies and shows how Disney’s style has changed over the years.
CineFix takes a deep look into the art of opening titles and analyzes the different types that appear in movies, ranking the best of each kind.
The Super Nintendo is best remembered as defining the 16-bit era of video gaming, although many of us spent countless hours playing with Mario Paint instead.