That’s impressive drifting for you, right there.
On 11-11-11, Veteran’s Day, a basketball court assembled on the deck of the USS Carl Vinson for the Carrier Classic basketball game. But the action on the hardwood between Michigan State and North Carolina is no comparison to the teamwork that’s seen here on any given day.
The USS Carl Vinson is one of the United States Navy Nimitz-class nuclear supercarriers, a giant 1,092 feet long ship that displaces 101,300 tons of water F/A-18E/F Super Hornets, EA-6B Prowler electronic warfare aircraft and Sikorsky SH-60 Seahawk submarine hunting helicopters and other equipment.
When you see a dinosaur ice skate like that, you just have to visit the museum to see it for yourself. The creative video was made by Smoke & Mirrors for the Denver Museum of Science.
Ain’t that cute? And that’s how you sell cars. Or virtually anything.
This time lapse video takes us through the grandeur of a full day in Dubai in just 2 minutes. The video was made by Gerald Donovan who took 2880 shots over 24 hours, starting at 4am local time on 11/11/11. Burj Khalifa is at the center stage here, and it looks quite majestic.
The new music video for ‘Against The Grain’ from emerging Melbourne indie-folk artist Hudson sees him collaborate with film maker/animator/VJ Dropbear (aka Jonathan Chong), producing a vibrant and colourful clip based around a mainstay from our humble artistic efforts throughout childhood – coloured pencils.
Quite similar, but longer and seemingly better made than the video we saw earlier, this time lapse video takes us on a journey around the earth, as seen from the International Space Station. The images were taken using a low-light 4K-camera by the crew of expedition 28 and 29.
This feature, previously released on Nintendo Video worldwide, is now available in a direct-feed format! Watch how the orchestra records the main theme of Zelda.
Here’s an elderly Chinese choir, singing Lady Gaga’s song “Bad Romance.” That’s a remix only the elderly can bring to the table.
Mixing swearing with science goes a long way, as we find out with this periodic table of swearing coffee table. You keep it as a coffee table with a nice set of buttons for the elements, some unsuspecting guest ends up pressing a button by mistake, and out pours a barrage of insults from the coffee table.