Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Cat mesmerized by optical illusion


Published on Apr 7, 2017 Ryan Kotzin

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Beauty of Science


Crystallization2 from Beauty of Science on Vimeo.

"A short video about beautiful crystallization processes.

The subjects of this project were droplets of saturated aqueous solutions containing various inorganic salts (e.g. table salt, sodium sulfate etc.). The evaporation of water initiated the crystallization processes inside the droplets, which were captured by time-lapse photography. Hope you enjoy these beautiful crystallization processes! "

Friday, March 31, 2017

Cats : Waiter Please!!


Published on Mar 30, 2017 Free Room Escape

"Two funny cat know how to ring the bell to order food."

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Patterns


Patterns from decay79 on Vimeo.

"A short video exploring patterns in a 3D space.

A static shot that keeps evolving with each passing second.

You can read more about the video and some work in progress images and videos by the woderful Director's Notes here:

http://directorsnotes.com/2017/02/16/dimitris-katsafouros-patterns/

Software: Cinema 4D, Illustrator CC"

Insane 12000 RPM Spinning Tops.


Published on Mar 3, 2017 Latheman's crazy machines

How he starts them at 5:98.

"This is a demonstration my unconventional Spinning Tops with a very high center of gravity.
I made them on my Chinese mini lathe and mini mill out of round and hex brass and copper stock, balls from ball bearings, threaded rods from the hardware store and 3mm rods from old CD-ROM drives and of course golf balls, a 2 € coin, a tungsten ring (ebay jewelry), ball bearings, etc. I didn't draw any plans, but the dimensions are not critical, so it's enough to eyeball the dimensions if you want to make them by yourself."

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Speed Reading


Published on Mar 28, 2017 Quirkology

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Bouncy Liquid Metal


Published on Mar 24, 2017 TheBackyardScientist

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Watching plants grow has never been so exciting


Published on Mar 20, 2017 Science Magazine

"A new program lets microscope track tiny objects over time."