Raspberry Pi

March 21, 2012

If you didn’t heard about Raspberry Pi, you should really watch this video:

How Simple Ideas Lead to Scientific Discoveries

March 17, 2012

Adam Savage walks through two spectacular examples of profound scientific discoveries that came from simple, creative methods anyone could have followed — Eratosthenes’ calculation of the Earth’s circumference around 200 BC and Hippolyte Fizeau’s measurement of the speed of light in 1849. (Launching a series on Inventions that Shaped History)

Secret Stash – See where you can hide your stuff

March 14, 2012

Here you can see some very interesting products that help you hide your everyday stuff:

We Stopped Dreaming – Neil deGrasse Tyson

March 13, 2012

Neil deGrasse Tyson, as always, a great speaker!

What is the most astounding fact about the Universe?

March 11, 2012

Astrophysicist Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson was asked in an interview with TIME magazine, “What is the most astounding fact you can share with us about the Universe?” This is his answer:

Lego Space Shuttle

March 8, 2012

Romanian guy named Raul Oaida made this video as a tribute to the end of the space shuttle era. The space shuttle is made of LEGO and it’s sent to space with a meteo/whether balloon. The entire thing was filmed with a GoPro Hero and it included a Spot GPS for tracking.

Richard Feynman explains what fire is

February 29, 2012

In this video the amazing Richard Feynman explains what fire is. Richard Phillips Feynman (May 11, 1918 โ€“ February 15, 1988) was an American theoretical physicist known for his work in the path integral formulation of quantum mechanics, the theory of quantum electrodynamics, and the physics of the superfluidity of supercooled liquid helium, as well […]

What Is a Leap Year?

February 29, 2012

You probably know that 2012 is a leap year. And that means that this year we get an extra day on February 29th. Great–an extra day. Who really cares? Well, leaplings (people born on Leap Year Day of a previous year) care, because they finally get to celebrate their actual birthday. But for the rest […]

Ken Block with Mattracks

February 26, 2012

Ken Block in the snow with Mattracks mounted to his car.

Control Flash Game with your iPhone

February 21, 2012

Some programmers from Germany developed a great Flash game that uses your iPhone/iPod Touch to control the game actions. The concept is very interesting and I could see this being applied on lots of old-school arcade games that are ported to Flash. After learning about WebSockets we were eager to build a website around this […]

How a Rolls – Royce is made

February 20, 2012

Watch how a Rolls-Royce is made from the ground up.

Crush the Castle

January 27, 2012

This Flash game was release 6 months before Angry Birds was released. Seems like Angry Birds it’s just a clone. What do you think?

Interactive Painting Shakes Up The Still Life Genre

January 27, 2012

This idea is very interesting. I’d love to play with a painting like this: Source

NASA Africa Thunderstorms [Video]

January 24, 2012

NASA released a video taken from the International Space Station that shows the Milky Way and lightning storms over Africa

Boardwalk Empire VFX Breakdowns of Season 2

January 23, 2012

The Emmy award-winning team at Brainstorm Digital has put together the before and after shots from season 2 of HBO’s hit series “Boardwalk Empire”.

Opel Experimental Vehicle

January 17, 2012

This futuristic EV is Opelโ€™s premier aim at delivering electric mobility thatโ€™s affordable for everyone. The Rak e (pronounced rack-ee) is made entirely of recyclable, synthetic material and weighs only a third the weight of a modern car. The Rak E offers zero-emission driving and can travel 61 miles on a single 3 hour charge. […]

3435 – Numberphile

January 16, 2012

The Voyager Probes Boldly Go Where None Have Gone Before

January 15, 2012

After 34 years in space, NASA’s Voyager probes will soon cross the boundary of our solar system into interstellar space

The Page Turner – The hard way

January 12, 2012

This is how you turn a page with a Rude-Goldberg Machine ๐Ÿ™‚

23 and 1/2 hours: What is the single best thing we can do for our health?

January 3, 2012

People who exercise or do some kind of physicist activity each day for at least 30 minutes are more healthy and live longer.

There is methane gas under frozen lakes

December 22, 2011

University of Alaska Fairbanks Professor Katey Walter Anthony takes us onto a frozen lake in Fairbanks, AK to demonstrate why methane gas has “exploded” onto the climate change scene.

Stargate Studios 2009 Virtual Backlot Demo

December 21, 2011

If you ever wandered how those Hollywood special effects scenes are made, it’s mostly a lot of green screen and the rest is video editing ๐Ÿ™‚

Drinking Bird

December 21, 2011

Physics behind the “drinking bird” gadget:

Experience Mobile Mobile

December 21, 2011

The Animals House of the Rising Sun Old School Computer Remix

December 16, 2011

A couple of weeks ago a couple of robot bands (machines that play music) consisting of an old HP scanner and a hard drive covered “The Animals House of the Rising Sun” Check it out! Isn’t that the coolest thing you even seen ? ๐Ÿ˜€

The human touch of a robot’s hand

December 8, 2011

“Patrick Tresset and Frederic Fol Leymarie direct the Aikon-II project, which uses computational modeling and robotics to replicate the sketching performed by a human hand.” It’s an interesting idea. What do you think ?

Levitron Revolution

December 8, 2011

For $99 you can buy a cool piece of technology that can levitate your small objects. It’s mostly made to display your collectable items.

Kenichi Kanazawa: Colour Sound

December 6, 2011

Musician Kenichi Kanazawa creating sand art via vibrations on his special table. The colored sand takes shape as the vibration frequencies fluctuate.

Video Game in a Box

September 15, 2011

History of Gaming

January 22, 2011

This is a university video-project made by “Game Design”-students from munich. Done in a single-shot fashion…well almost single shot =) The film covers different eras of the video-game history. Took us a week to organise the various props (controllers, monitors. lighting, camera, etc.), two whole days to film and several days of postproduction. It isn’t […]

People can’t walk in a straight line

November 28, 2010

It’s a very interesting phenomenon, people can’t walk in a strait line. It seems that there is no exact explanation for this, just click on the image below so you can watch this very interesting video:

Can London Compete with Silicon Valley?

November 28, 2010

Seems like London is trying to recreate Silicon Valley and create the same creative environment. Check out this video:

Simplest Cell Phone Evet!

November 26, 2010

For those who like simplicity, here’s the world’s simplest cell phone:

Implant Gives the Blind a Glimpse at Sight

November 13, 2010

I really like that scientists are working on improving the life of blind people. Even if it’s not picture perfect yet, it’s still very exiting to know that the first step is made.