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Amazing Tuvan Throat Singers Video From Black Sea Area
This video is from Turkey (or around there somewhere in the general area) and it features two Tuvan throat singers. The one guy on the right starts up and then the person on the left breaks in with a much harsher note.
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|Posted in Cool Videos 13 years, 2 months ago. Permalink | Email It|
Tags: Amazing / Tuvan / Throat / Singers / Video / From / Black / Sea / Area
Stick Figure Battles Animator For Control Of Windows
This is the second version of a animation where the creator draws a stick figure in Flash and then battles the stick figure as he attempts to take over the drawing area. The original animation took something on the order of six months to create.
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|Posted in Funny Videos 13 years, 8 months ago. Permalink | Email It|
Tags: Stick / Figure / Battles / Animator / For / Control / Windows
Insain Ski Gliding Video Shot Coming Down From The Top Of Mount Eiger
Here is a pretty insain video of a couple guys 'ski gliding' from the top of Mount Eiger in Switzerland. What this basically means is these guys have the skydiving parachutes on and skis. Next they push off the top of the mountain and ski/glide down the mountain. They really don't use the skis very much as there is a lot of rock that they are flying over. But what they do use the skis for is to slide and push off various snowy areas. They go down the one slope of the mountain and then turn right down a basically sheer drop and just glide from that point.
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|Posted in Crazy Videos 13 years, 9 months ago. Permalink | Email It|
Tags: Insain / Ski / Gliding / Video / Shot / Coming / Down / From / Top / Mount / Eiger
Largest Man Made Machine In The World Eats A Bulldozer
Here is a blog article which contains a stream of photos picturing one largest moveable man made machine in the world. Apparently it is an open mining machine in Germany. The article talks about how they had to move it from one mine area to another and it can only move in a straight line so they had to drive it over roads and train tracks. Once it got to the new mine it had a mishaps where it got a bulldozer caught in it's giant mining wheen (pictured).
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|Posted in Crazy Articles 13 years, 10 months ago. Permalink | Email It|
Tags: Largest / Man / Made / Machine / In / World / Eats / Bulldozer
Kids Float Around Inside Giant Blow Up Balls On A Pond In China
Here is a pretty weird video from I think China where it has kids floating around on a river or pond in blown up plastic balls. There is a launching area and the kid is inside a giant plastic ball. The kid walks up to the water while inside the plastic ball and then floats out onto the water. They've used these kinds of things on game shows in the US before but I've never seen them just put kids in them and float them out onto a pond my themselves. Is the plastic ball sealed or where does their air come from? What happens if one of them starts sinking.
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|Posted in Weird Videos 13 years, 11 months ago. Permalink | Email It|
Tags: Kids / Float / Around / Inside / Giant / Blow / Up / Balls / On / Pond / In / China
Philips Booth Demonstrates Light Up Fabric At A Tradeshow In This Video
Here's a video from what looks like some kind of tradeshow at the Philips booth where they demonstrate light emitting fabric called lumalive. They have people wearing t-shirts with moving light animations on them, chairs with moving light images in the backs of them, and a couch with the back filled with light moving icons. The video is pretty light on technical details however. As far as I can tell the tshirts look pretty bulky (somewhat like a bulletproof vest). The back of the chair though looks pretty good and the woman even presses in on the light area to show that it isn't just a flat light emitting surface. I'm guess it's either embedded LEDs, electroluminescence, or a flexable LCD.
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|Posted in Cool Videos 13 years, 11 months ago. Permalink | Email It|
Tags: Philips / Booth / Demonstrates / Light / Up / Fabric / At / Tradeshow / In / This / Video
Video Of A Crossbow Built Out Of Legos Firing A Bolt Into A Metal Can
Here is a video which features a fully working crossbow built out of legos and rubber bands. The rubber bands are across the front to create the tension on the bow. Additionally there seems to be some rubber bands on the back area holding the stock of the crossbow togather. Lastly it seems like he has some kind of pump system for launching the bolt but it could be gears instead. In any event he loads the bolt in and fires a couple times at a metal paint thinner can. The point of the bolt pokes a hole in the can but the bolt itself doesn't stick.
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|Posted in Weird Videos 14 years ago. Permalink | Email It|
Tags: Video / Crossbow / Built / Out / Legos / Firing / Bolt / Into / Metal / Can
Build A Do It Yourself LCD Wall Projector In This Video For Around $100
In this video they show you how to make a wall projector out of an old LCD and one of those overhead projectors. The video shows the guy taking an LCD monitor apart and removing the LCD itself from the case. He then places the LCD on top of the overhead projector projection area and tapes it down on the sides. Additionally he adds one small computer fan to the side to keep it cool (though I'm not sure how much good that tiny fan is doing). The end result is what looks like about a 100 inch screen projection on the wall. The whole setup can probably be completed in under $100.
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|Posted in Interesting Videos 14 years ago. Permalink | Email It|
Tags: Build / Do / It / Yourself / LCD / Wall / Projector / In / This / Video / For / Around / $100
Video Featuring Hydrophobic Sand Poured Into Water For a Good Time
This video features a material that is called 'magic sand' by the narrator of the video. Apparently it acts like normal beach sand until it comes into contact with water. The narrator states the 'magic sand' is hyrdrophobic which he states means that it minimizes it's surface area or some such when it comes into contact with water. Instead of dispursing and absorbing the water like normal sand when it's poured into the water it sticks togather and keeps the water out. When the narrator pours the water out of the glass again the sand is instantly dry.
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|Posted in Crazy Videos 14 years, 3 months ago. Permalink | Email It|
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Japanese Meteor Hits Earth Computer Simulation Video For The Win
Here is a Japanese computer animation simulation video of a meteor striking Earth and what it would look like and cause planetwide. The commentary is in Japanese so good luck with that. One thing I did notice is that they used a spherical meteor whereas other such 'Earth being hit by an asteroid' video the asteroid is never round. In the video the meteor strikes and causes a large amount of material to be ejected up into the atmosphere. Some of the things in the video seem a bit suspect like the fact that there isn't much (if any) burn up by the atmosphere on the meteor. The only explanation I came up for this was that the meteor was so big (much larger than 300 miles wide) that the atmosphere wouldn't effect it much. Second it seemed like the whole ejection area hundreds of miles above where the meteor hit was filled up with lava which didn't seem plausable. Is it just a bad particle effect or? Lastly, the buildings left standing (like the Greek pillars) seemed like they should have been blown away and were only left for effect in the video.
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|Posted in Cool Videos 14 years, 3 months ago. Permalink | Email It|
Tags: Japanese / Meteor / Hits / Earth / Computer / Simulation / Video / For / Win