360° degree light-paintings: enjoy it from all sides! 3/7/2016 • larry winsor
A 360 degree light-painting is something worth seeing! This year the Adobe MAX Creativity Conference visitors had a chance not only to check this out, but also to join the fun and be photographed from every side with 32 cameras at once!
Eric Paré believes: 360 degree bullet-time light-painting is the thing he does best. We can well believe it as well! A 360° light-painting structure he presented at the Adobe MAX is something amazing! 32 digital cameras perfectly synchronized and set in the structure took 4000 terrific pictures in 3 days. Almost 1000 guests took part! All the photos taken were immediately sent on the website for everyone to estimate and enjoy!
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Where do superstitions come from? 3/21/2017 • Darrell Goolsby
We bet you know at least several superstitions but do you really know why people believe in them? Watch the video and find out!
Technologies keep surprising us! Researchers from Caltech and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign created an amazing example of biomimicry. A Bat bot is a robot that has silicone wings. Changing shape of the wings during flight the robot looks so natural you wouldn't believe it's a bot! Watch this exciting video and see for yourself.
The greatest genius of his epoch, Albert Einstein is still famous as one of the most talented scientists of all time. He had a remarkable life, full of amazing events and things besides his famous theory of relativity. Today we want to share the most interesting facts about the most recognizable theoretical physicist in history with you.
Beauty of Science project has published a video showing how chocolate dragees M&M'S are dissolved in water in slow motion. The camera with macro effect and 4K resolution gives the impression that a real supernova explodes. It drew attention of publishing company PetaPixel. This is so fantastic!
There are so many similar products, but still they have differences. For example, yams and sweet potatoes. Why do we need them both and what is their history? Just watch this exciting video to find out the most interesting things about these tubers!