There’s quite alot going on in this video. I have to say, it’s super well done, I bet it took them alot of time to get it all working. Then again, there’s not much else to do during quarantine, so making super ace videos of video games and stuff like this is a great way to pass the time.
While the above is apparently a painting, it’s still amazingly ace. I like to take 360 photos and videos, and they are basically limited to the realm of the internetz and computer. Thanks to the amazing people on that reddit thread, I am able to shell out hundreds of dollars for one of my own actual photos on a sphere though. I could use Scandy Sphere and spend $500 on one, or Snapsphere which is at least $150, but I can’t seem to find pricing on a custom one. Lastly there’s the DIY route with this video you can follow. What is very clearly missing however is the ability to print out your sphere on paper like that. The linked site is all in Japanese, I have no idea if you can order something or not. Oh well, it seems like I’ll be regulated to viewing them all on my computer for the time being.
Watching things like this is satisfying, that’s all I have to say:
It took 16 hours to construct this behemoth which stands at nearly 20 feet tall using 22,000 planks of wood (ok, not dominoes, but still ace). I don’t know which is more impressive, putting the whole thing together without a misstep which caused destruction, or the engineering necessary to get everything to fall in order without knocking other things out. The final seconds of the collapse, when the entire tower implodes, that’s impressive because I was on the edge of my seat waiting and hoping that one of those sticks wouldn’t fall incorrectly and knock something else off balance.
Yes this reminds me of RollerCoaster Tycoon. Yes, this is awesome. No, this. is. not. CGI. This is a drone following a real live roller coaster in Sweden. It’s incredible, and honestly makes me excited for the things that drone pilots will do in the future. Following a speeding roller coaster is really way more awesome than watching Drone Racing. I mean yea, Drone Racing is pretty ace, but it’s kind of boring if you’re not flying them yourself. This though, this is pretty ace.
Ok, last time there was a LASER Gun, today it’s a Tesla Coil. It’s ridiculous. The Tesla Coil is not quite as dangerous, but also completely terrifyingly dangerous, science is weird like that. Anyway, this channel is pretty neat, you should watch it to learn more about things.
I really don’t see a need for this, but it exists because someone made it. That someone is Ameron Rosvall, a prop maker and juggler (according to his Instagram), also the owner of a pretty sick beard. He’s got some pretty neat contraptions on his Instagram, but that one above is the king. He looks so satisfied getting the balls to remain in their loops just dancing around. He’s got some pretty good hand-eye-chin coordination too, check out this one:
Drones are cool, and so is sand art. Personally, I’m more of a fan of sand castles, but the above art is equally as neat. The video comes via Instagram user @jbenart, and if you check out his page on Instagram, or his website, you can see some equally as impressive masterpieces.