On a race training track near Annecy, Frace, a couple of drone enthusiasts have replicates a Star Wars like chace with their drones. The result is pretty darn spectacular. If George Lucas would have had drones in the 70s he would have created a much great movie.
The guys at 1A4Studio (YouTube) have created a short 60 seconds animation of Terminator 2 movie, one of the most iconic movies of all times. Given the fact that it was created in 1984, it has incredible visual effects. I love that movie and I should see it some day again.
In the mean time enjoy this animation.
Via Geeks are sexy.
K’Nex Skeeball, Matchstick Sculptures, Stacked Crayon Portraits and many more find their place in the newest Vsauce 2 video, part of the series BiDiPi. These guys do an amazing job by selecting the most interesting artists and art objects to show in their videos.
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In the old times of silent movies you needed to add some music and sounds to make things more exciting. And how did they do this? Using the Photoplayer, a complex machine that creates a lot of sounds and it only needs one skilled player for it. Simply awesome!
Watch how Reggie Watts does an amazing job of entertaining at TED. Using clever disorienting speeches and tones of voice you get pretty fast to like this artist. No matter what, dubstep, art and a clever mind have found a good place under that hairy head.
If you haven’t already subscribed to Neatorama then you should. Each day they publish interesting posts on various topics, form fun to geeky stuff of science. I discovered them in 2010 and since there wasn’t any that I wouldn’t share, like or retweet something they have published. They r awsum 😀
Below you will see The Well of Death. When Physics meets the circus you have 99.99% rate of fun 😀
Still have too much time on you hands. Play Ouka, the game where you need to click on the symbol. It is not easy but logic and keep observations are a must here. There are more than ten ways to click on a symbol You’ll be surprized.