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Artist Peter Draws creates a wonderful line art illustration using “invisible” ink under a black light. Watching the ink flow off of his glass pen tip into the water is just as mesmerizing as onto the canvas itself. His charming and soothing narration definitely reminds us of Bob Ross.
…nuff’ said. Lexington CBS/FOX sports anchor Lee K. Howard shares this scene from a bar that perfectly captured the heart-wrenching final seconds of Kentucky and North Carolina’s Elite Eight match. Hugs for everyone.
“If you’re nothing without this suit, then you shouldn’t have it.” Spider-Man: Homecoming appears to be a reverse origin story: young Peter Parker already has super powers, but not a real reason or appreciation for what it means to be a hero.
“A LEGO Hind D?!” YouTuber Bearly Regal is recreating Metal Gear Solid‘s Shadow Moses Island in the sandbox game LEGO Worlds. Here’s what he has so far. It’s amazing how simply adding in the PlayStation boot sequence makes it so much better.
“Your weakness is not your technique. It is doubt, and disbelief.” Eclectic Method chopped up bits of dialogue and sound effects from The Matrix to create this groovy EDM track that gives us another reason to watch some of our favorite movie moments of all time.
Wisecrack convincingly argues that the Nolan brothers bit off way more than they could chew for the Dark Knight trilogy’s finale. Despite being nearly 3 hours long, the movie didn’t have enough time to be both a remake of A Tale of Two Cities and a conclusion to the trilogy.
The latest version of Mercane Wheels‘ personal transportation device uses a stable, yet nimble 3-wheel setup for easy riding, a quick folding mechanism, a powerful 500-watt motor that speeds you along up to 22 mph, and an 8.6Ah battery for up to 25 mi of cruising range.
The Backyard Scientist takes a look at an interesting property of the liquid metal substance gallium when it’s mixed with water and sulfuric acid. The metal turns into perfectly round beads, then coalesces with an almost magnetic force due to surface tension.
Joshua Smith makes incredibly detailed scale models based on real world buildings, streets or objects that capture the grit and grime of urban life. He recreates everything including the caked dirt on roofs and walls, fallen leaves and even bits of trash. (Photos: Andrew Beveridge)
Racing seats improve safety and stop your body from jostling around when cornering. ChrisFix recently went out to buy a racing seat and used it as an opportunity to explain the basics of the equipment: their types, materials, how it should fit you and your car, and more.
(PG-13: Language) Did you know that it’s illegal for civilians to wear camouflage clothing in public in Jamaica? Or that you can get arrested in China for reincarnating without the government’s permission? All that and more in Sam O’Nella Academy’s video.
An easy to install shock-absorbing seat post for practically any kind of bicycle. The Rinsten Spring absorbs vibrations from all three dimensions and can be easily adjusted to suit your needs. It’s available in a variety of colors.
A fantastic commercial for Virgin’s high-speed data service, which mashes up all kinds of movie genres in a single scene. It plays out in a tunnel straight out of Star Wars, but features all kinds of anachronistic and misplaced characters in a thrilling chase sequence.
A limited edition of MSI’s small form-factor gaming PC, decked out in snowy white, packing an Intel Kaby Lake Core i7-7700 3.6 GHz CPU, and GeForce GTX 1070 graphics, making it powerful enough to run VR games. Front USB 3.1 and HDMI ports make VR setup a breeze.
ApolloCrowe from Carbide 3D uses one of their Nomad desktop CNC machines to slice up soda cans, and transforms them into parts for a pair of robot sculptures. There’s a lot of handwork involved after the aluminum is cut, but it’s still cool to watch the machine work its magic.
A winner of Android Japan’s Experiments: Object contest. Kosho Tsuboi’s Magic Calendar is a large digital calendar. Tsuboi’s prototype uses a low reflection display, but he hopes that in the future there will be an E-ink display that looks and feels like paper.
“It’s like some little kid dropped their toy.” A team of oceanic researchers on the E/V Nautilus came across this unusual sea creature while on a mission, but rather getting all serious and sciency, they spent their time poking fun at the little guy’s looks.
“No longer must man look in two separate locations for literature and fowl!” The fountain at Station Park in Farmington, Utah has six whimsical bronze sculptures. Or so they say. As far as EvilLairProductions is concerned, at least one of them tells a horrifying tale.
Peter Brown and pocket83 teamed up to make a pair of replicas of the amber-topped bone cane owned by Jurassic Park’s creator John Hammond. Brown waited for over a year to capture crane flies for the amber topper. Watch pocket83’s part here.
(PG-13: Language) Things get even darker as John Loberger follows up his hilarious parody trailer for a creepy Mr. Bean psychological thriller. This time, it’s personal, and Bean’s not taking any prisoners.