Jan 202015
 
Camera Feedback Loop Is Mesmerizing

Anyone who has studied computers understands the concept of an infinite loop. One fun way to experiment with an infinite loop is to take a recording camera connected to a television and point it at the TV. The TV output instantly becomes the input resulting in an infinite loop. JONG CHOOL DO tried this at home and found by twisting and moving the camera, he could create mesmerizing patterns and effects. Trippy. 

 


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Jan 132015
 
Japanese Woodworking Is A Work Of Art

The Japanese are renown around the world for their attention to detail. This video by traditional Japanese architect only further promotes this idea. In this year old clip that has only gone viral now, two Japanese woodworkers artfully and perfectly connect two pieces of wood together. Like a glove.  

 


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Jan 072015
 
Woman Takes A Photo Every Day During Her Pregnancy

There are lots of videos created by people who take a photo of themselves everyday. But this new mother put a spin on her video. Once she found out she was pregnant, she took a photo of herself everyday for nine months until the baby arrived. Then, she compiled the pictures into this magical and touching stop motion time lapse. In just two weeks, her video has gone viral with over 3.3 million hits!

 


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Dec 312014
 
Melting Soda Cans To Make Aluminum Sword Is Awesome

Grant Thompson, AKA the King of Random, loves performing arts and crafts and science experiments at home. For his latest project, he made a homemade mini metal foundry to melt soda cans in. Once he melted a bunch of cans into liquid aluminum, he cast little metal bears, biscuits, and finally a sweet sword. 

En garde!

 


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