I can just close my eyes and listen to the sounds of this video about Swan Lake and The Royal Danish Ballet.
Oh man, this video is absolutely horrifying. Put together by AAA, it shows how distracted teenagers are when they drive.
What's great about this time lapse that shows a container ship moving around a dock is that it's not doing anything special and yet, the carefully orchestrated ballet of dropping off shipping containers is almost hypnotizing to watch.
Our ability to harness nuclear energy has existed for quite a while now and yet nuclear energy is only responsible for providing 10% of the world's energy.
This 8-bit instant camera gun might be useless but it's definitely cool. His inventor, the Moscow-based media-artist and musician Dmitry Morozov, put it together using and old Game Boy, a camera, a thermal printer, and Arduino.
Oh my sanity. Since most of us will never jump a bike off a ramp while going full speed, this video might be the closest we'll ever get.
Check out this five speed manual transmission 3D printed after a Toyota model—the W56 transmission. Watching how the cogwheels spin and react every time the guy changes gears is just amazing.
A chameleon's tongue is nearly two times the length of its body and it can shoot out that slimy sticky thing at 41 g, roughly four times the maximum acceleration of a fighter jet, with deadly quick accuracy: its tongue can reach its prey in 0.07 seconds.
Brian Wallace—ethnobotanist and chocolate-maker at Endorfin Chocolat—shows the scientific method to prepare a delicious and flavor-packed weed hot chocolate.
Japan can be both mystical and effortlessly modern but what makes the country so special is how unique it is.
You wouldn't be wrong to think that a tiny cheeseburger is just a slider but you also wouldn't be all the way right, either.
The Slow Mo Guys spun a CD (a Spotify playlist shaped like a circle mirror, kids) so fast that it started warping and then eventually shattered into a hundred little pieces.
One of the reasons I desperately want to time travel is to blow the minds of people in the past with just the simplest of things today.
Ever since the Walt Disney Pictures logo debuted before The Black Cauldron in 1985, Disney has been tweaking and re-styling and creating multiple variations of the iconic magic castle logo that pops up right before its movies.
These infinite loop GIFs by Dutch graphic designer Florian de Looij are so beautiful and perfectly crafted that I spent a while trapped inside their geometric patterns and moving colors.
Dominic Wilcox is a British artist, inventor, and designer who makes witty and beautiful objects that challenge our notion of normal and how we see the world around us.
Here's a fun thought exercise for those who partake in late night debates assisted by junk food and a lifting sense of clarity: which action movie star has killed more people in their movies?
It must be terribly dizzying to be on the never ending cycle of a human hamster wheel but boy does this guy make it look fun.
This photo of an emergency management technician in his hazmat suit gives me goosebumps. It looks like he's the last survivor of a derelict spaceship, preparing for the last clash with the hostile alien life form that killed all his crewmates.
There have been countless movies and time lapses and short videos made about New York and yet I can watch new ones about the city forever because they somehow never get old.