And the winner is not the one you would bet on. You must always stay very attentive to the very last move of your opponent under the microscope (or the video camera with a macro-photography lens). Spider attack from Ahmet Ozkan on Vimeo.
But beware! In the following video, you will witness extremely troubling and grave facts and behaviours: a policeman having fun normal people having fun with the policeman road users not taking the policeman seriously several abuses of authority (including forms of sexual harassment) several failures to comply All these crimes and misdemeanors are happening in… Read More
Magnetic ferrous particules from the toner cartridge of a laser printer danse on the invisible lines of the magnetic field of a magnet. Compressed 01 from Kim Pimmel on Vimeo.
Remember! This was long before the text reading on the screen of your mobile phone. We were using books made out of… paper. I kid you not! Here is how they made books in this long-gone era: YouTube link
Sometimes in cosplay (costumed play), you will use a beautiful two-handed sword. Butit will most probably be built from light and soft material in order to limit the risk of useless accidents. Forget all that and move to real middle-aged battle league: Use a two-handed Great Sword made of true good steel. To be sure… Read More
YouTube link Octopus ballet.
Keeping my continuous aim at showing you videos of some of the marvels of the industrial world, I found this video (promotional but interesting) where we can discover the manufacturing process for a football (relatively similar to our own rugby ball). YouTube link
Here is a Dimension SST 1200es 3D printer on the job of building 2 interlocked cube frames out of production-grade thermoplastic. YouTube link
Symmetry from Everynone on Vimeo.
Here comes Summer with its trail of cute little dresses for the beach and bathing suits. But, for Star Wars fans, it’s time to rush for these extreme suits perfect for planet Hott. Shop at http://shop.blackmilkclothing.com/ (Sorry! Out of stock now).
Man against Nature. Wildlife in Africa. YouTube link
“Tune for Two (2011)” by alfa primo. Tune for Two (2011) from alfa primo on Vimeo.
YouTube link It ends with 5 minutes of cooling down for the brakes. If you want to see why and to have a better detailed view of it, look into it on a similar Airbus A380 brake test.
The shock of gelatin falling onto a hard surface. Filmed in slow motion. YouTube link
Just at the surface of a 3D fractal volume, happen very astonishing things. Surface detail from subBlue on Vimeo.
Ladybugs are little carnivorous insects and this one probably considered these sprinkles as a potential meal. But the result is really fun: YouTube link
This is an exceptionally precise and understandable presentation of the knowledge amassed about the Fukushima dramatic events since 11th March 2011. On April 17, 2011, Robert Budnitz, Ed Morse and Tom McKone discussed Japan’s nuclear crisis. I recommend their comments (including the web sites they list in the end of the presentation). YouTube link Listed… Read More
YouTube link Even when he was overtaking Alain Prost, Ayrton Senna was a superb F1 pilot.
What is nice with short movies is that there is no time for sleeping it out. Dramatisation has to be intense. “Rien de grave” with Jean Dujardin fits the definition. Since it is in French, you will have to understand this language, though. YouTube link
In our series of videos about how things are manufactured, here comes a colorful one: Crayons.