I like these because i relate to them :))
When you do something with passion people get to see it. 29 mil views for this video isn't nothing :D
Filming with GoPro HD is neat, but HighBallBlog’s DIY steadycam makes filming Hollywood style much too easy not to try it.
First time I saw and learned how a Canon DSLR Shutter works. It's nice to see it in high speeds :D
I couldn't believe until I saw it. Creative things never stop amazing us :D
A nice time lapse of Yosemite. In HD.
Yep, SOPA is gone. For now. Interesting how the things will work out in the future.
Since 1977 the Voyager space probes have been travelling through the interplanetary neighborhoods and after 2015 it will be the first human object to reach interstellar areas.
This infamous act is meant to be good, but the loopholes and the broad coverage gives US Government and corporations the ability to shut down any site from US and to block access to site form outside US.
The above skateboard is all terrain, electric, runs with 32mph and uses Kinect to follow the hand movements. It uses a Tablet with Windows 8 as the command center.To move your hands forward the skateboard move forward at heightened speed.
Vsauce explains, or rather uncovers a lot of questions regarding consciousness. That is a state where we are aware of our self, can feel and perceive the reality form around us.
The Thing was an interesting piece of movie, featuring an alien parasite, an UFO, some scientists and good ol’ fashion horror scenes. This time we get to see the stop motion, much shorter version and with penguins.
At high speeds a droplet simply pushed ans enters into the mass of water, but releasing it at low speeds you can see how it will grow smaller and smaller.
Can you get to the other end of the rainbow. Science says: no. Since rainbows are reflected and refracted light from the water droplets that are in the air after a rain they will move with you no matter how fast you go.
What a nice way to start the year: counting the satellites that have been launched and have died since the beginning of space era. Between 1957 and 2011 6910 satellites have been launched and only 3494 still orbiting Earth.
My number one source of geeky stuff is clearly GaS – Geeks Are Sexy since I find there a lot of fun posts and see how gaming and a free internet can do amazing things. In the video above Jason Yang amazes again with Skyrim Violin Cover.
Great year, great people. These were my four words for #2011in4words. The video above draws a line around the history of a big year in which revolutions took place, Steve Jobs passed away, when people #occupy everything and the internet fight against SOPA and PIPA.
Happy New Year and thanks Neatorama for clearing that up by posting the video above: no end of the world in 2012. Maybe, we’ll just skip to 6789? C.G.P. Grey explains why the mayans didn’t foresee any end of the world and why modern science is here to save the day.