Once more, the “art” of technology and human innovation, combined with history. It’s nice to see it, but it’s even nicer to think about what you can do with 3D mapping projections. Continue reading 3D Mapping to Commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall
If you want to transform your device (mobile phone, tablet, TV, etc) to have a PC-like experience, there is a way. (*This article is –not– an advertorial in any way, we just found the product interesting and we wanted to share it with you). Continue reading World’s Smallest Wireless Keyboard-Mouse
You can actually make sea water drinkable, by using a very simple technique called desalination (or desalinization / desalinisation) through distillation (a process of separating the component substances from a liquid mixture by selective vaporization and condensation). Info and a video: Continue reading How to Make Clean Drinkable Water from Sea Water
The story of Nick Vujicic undeniably has a really strong inspirational factor, being able to make you re-think any negativity you may feel about yourself and your life. Continue reading This Will Make You Erase Any Negative Look You May Have About Your Life
It is made by Crealev and it can support (levitate) objects that weight up to 20 pounds. Continue reading Amazing Magnetic Levitation Device
This is indeed one of the most scientifically accurate Intelligence Quotient tests. You have 40min to answer 39 problems where you have to select A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H. When you’ll finish click the menu & submit, and you’ll see your real IQ score. Continue reading One of The Most Scientifically Accurate IQ Tests
Slow motion for sure is one of the greatest ways to add “that feeling” in any footage. If you like slow motion then you’ll like this, if you don’t like slow motion, check this out and maybe you’ll like it. Continue reading Slow Motion At Its Finest (Videos)
Professor Brian Cox visits NASA’s Space Power Facility in Ohio to see what happens when a bowling ball and a feather are dropped together under the conditions of outer space, and explains why it happens. Continue reading A Bowling Ball and a Feather are Dropped Together in a Vacuum Champer
The videos shows how the 80% of the neurons in the brain of a very young zebrafish are firing as the animal experiences the world around it. Continue reading Amazing Zebrafish’s Brain Neurons Firing
Have you ever wondered why you feel happy sometimes and how you can increase your mood state any time? Watch the video, it’s less than two minutes and it has a lot to teach you, nicely and easily. (+ bonus) Continue reading The Science Of Happiness In A Short Infographic-like Video
In a very short video, some guys decided to compare the reactions of non-homeless and homeless people when they asked them to have a piece from their food. The reaction of the homeless was priceless. Continue reading Social Experiment: Asking Non-homeless & Homeless People For Food
The sculptures are made by Li Hongbo, an artist born in China’s Jilin province in 1974. He specializes in making flexible sculptures out of plain paper, glued in sheets. The outcome is really amazing. Continue reading Amazingly Flexible Statue-Like Sculptures
Miyoko Shida Rigolo is a talented woman with incredibly high self-control over amazing acts of balance and concentration, at it’s best. We highly recommend you to watch the whole video. Enjoy and share! Continue reading You Won’t Believe Your Eyes Seeing What This Woman Can Do!
It can fly to a height of 6 meters above the sea level and up to 70km/h, for a distance of up to 400 meters! The current highest record for flying time is about 45 seconds. Watch the videos: Continue reading Did You Know That There Are Fish That Can Fly? Meet The Exocoetidae!
A great video animation that explains easily how you can perceive the concept of the infinity, the difference between an Open Universe, a Closed Universe, the Flat Universe, and the expansion of space-time. Continue reading Eveything You Need To Know About The Infinity Of Our Universe