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|Volkswagen's Transparent Factory in Germany||
Watch how cars are assembled in this state-of-the-art 'transparent factory' in Germany, which is part manufacturing facility, part museum and exhibition.
|A Tiny Apartment Transforms into 24 Rooms||
Small, crowded apartments are common in Hong Kong, and architect Gary Chang used to live in one of them. Drawing on his own experiences, he created the 'Domestic Transformer' - using sliding panels and walls to morph an apartment into 24 different rooms.
|Volcanic Eruption - Kilauea - the world's most active vulcano||
Kīlauea, on the island of Hawaiʻi, State of Hawaii, is the world's most active volcano. Because of volcanic eruptions the island of Hawaiʻi is growing larger.
|Mozart of Chess: Magnus Carlsen||
At age 21, chess grandmaster Magnus Carlsen is the num
|Non-Newtonian liquid - hole that does not disappear||1427||5.51|
Walking and running humanoid robot which can carry and deliver items. It can run at a speed of up to of 6 km/h and slalom around obstacles.
|Tony Robbins on internal drive and motivation (TEDTalks)||
Tony Robbins' inspirational talk on how to unlock your true potential. From TedTalks 2006.
|Steve Jobs and Bill Gates Together: Part 1 of 10||
In their rare joint appearance at All Things Digital 5,
|Multi-Touch Interaction Experiments||
Jefferson Han demonstrates the features of a multi-touch display which can make interaction much more efficient, intuitive and fun.
|The Known Universe by AMNH||
The known universe as mapped through astronomical observations, from the Himalayas to the moon's orbit, the orbits of the planets, the solar system, the galaxy and beyond.
|The Physics of Watchmen||
Prof. James Kakalios added a physics perspective to the movie Watchmen, and explains the quantum mechanics behind the superpowers of Dr. Manhattan. Prof. Kakalios is an expert on the physics of superheroes
|First Landing on the Moon - 1969||3724||5.17|