In today’s modern world, even magicians are leveraging technology for their acts. Ellen DeGeneres found an amazing magician from Germany who performs magic using an Apple iPad. Simon Pierro performed some of his incredible tricks in this clip from Ellen.
At this point, there are plenty of popular YouTubers with high speed cameras that record epic slow motion footage that can make a viewer drool. But art studio Love High Speed takes the concept to the next level with their professional lighting, makeup artists, and–most of all–their high speed cameras controlled by high speed robotic arms.
Seemingly simple and boring scenes, such as a woman walking through blowing leaves or an archer firing a fire arrow, become masterful pieces of art. To say the footage is stunning is an understatement.
Older videos of Japan’s impressive underground bicycle parking have been seen on the Web before, but this new video featuring the topic is trending again now. As biking is so popular in Japan’s congested urban areas, engineers have created a very unique way to park all those bicycles: underground.
The entire process is automated. Simply roll your bike into the groove, enter your payment, and your bike is taken underground by a robot arm. To retrieve your bike, just wave your ticket. Genius!
Evelien Lohbeck takes the concept of a chain reaction Rube Goldberg machine to the next level in this entertaining short film titled Deskloop. At first, it seems his Rube Goldberg machine is like any other. But then the chain reaction unexpectedly enters into the digital world into his computer screen.
This video by Vital Vegas is from last summer, but has only gone viral now with over 250,000 new hits! The clip features a giant 3D illusion of a face found at the Center Bar inside SLS Las Vegas. To say the hologram is trippy is an understatement.