From A to B takes the viewer on the journey of a package from its shipping to its delivery. Everyone is familiar with sending and receiving mail, but the journey of the package between two points and its inherent complexity is quite lost to the end user.
As unrealistic as this sounds, this is apparently a group of people playing drums off the frozen surface of Lake Baikal in Russia.
A lovely Italian woman explains the language of Italian hand gestures.
We know gravity, but visualizing it on the fabric of space-time can be a bit daunting. This excellent video shows a simple way to visualize gravity, and on its way plays along with some pretty interesting facts and trivia. It is about 10 minutes long, but it is 10 minutes well spent. via
Watch as expert pencil sharpener David Rees starts off with a small tutorial on sharpening a pencil. Yes, sharpening pencils is an art. The video “How to Sharpen Pencils” takes the viewer through a tutorial on how to sharpen a pencil like a gentleman or a lady, not in the least using modern peasant-like tools […]
Butterfly wings are colorful and beautiful, and mysteries of things get deeper when you take a closer look at them; electron microscope close. Destin at SmarterEveryDay took a few samples of butterfly wings and headed over to the Georgia State University. At the university, Dr. Robert Simmons put the wings under a scanning electron microscope […]
Watching this video, you realize that cats are quite consistent in their “meow” throughout the world, though the others can vary quite a bit between languages. A nice touch to the video is that native speakers of the language say the word out for you, so it’s quite fun to watch and you get a […]
There is always time to watch something like the Ferrari Enzo drift in slow motion.
The television has been universally regarded as the “idiot box” ever since it came into being. It sits so firm on the title, we seem to have forgotten the new, improved idiot box that rolled around: the smartphone. iDiot is a very cute animation that takes a dig at our smartphone addiction, more specifically, the […]
Hominid is an animation written and directed by Brian Andrews and produced at the Ex’pression College for Digital Arts. The video shows insects who apparently have forsaken their exoskeletons in favor of human skeletons. It’s weirdly fascinating and creepy.