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|RMS Titanic - Original Pictures||
Original black & white photos of the Titanic, which sank on 15 April 1912, resulting in the deaths of 1,517 people.
|Transforming a 2D image into 3D||
June 16, 2006. Researchers of Carnegie Mellon University have managed to teach a computer to recognize and transform 2D images into 3D.
|Steve Jobs and Bill Gates Together: Part 3 of 10||537||5.87|
|John Lloyd: What's invisible? More than you think (TEDTalks)||
A talk about important and everyday things in life which are impossible to see.
|Mythbusters - Mona Lisa drawn in 80 milliseconds||
This video shows the difference between a CPU (robot) and a GPU by demonstrating their painting capacities.
|The One Inch Punch Documentary||
A short documentary on the One Inch Punch. Interviews with Jeet Kune Do and Wing Chun instructors. Discover more on what Bruce Lee demonstrated years ago. Shot and edited by Victor Tran.
|Beauty is a product of photoshop||
This video shows how Photoshop can be used to beautify a face.
|Nixon vs Kennedy TV Debate||
President Kennedy's victory over favorite Nixon in the 1960 presidential election is largely attributed to his better performance in the first televised U.S. presidential debates in U.S. history.
|Autonomous Quadrotor Helicopter - Aggressive Maneuvers||
A very impressive demonstration of a small autonomous helicopter performing precise aggressive maneuvers - flips, flight through windows, and quadrotor perching.
It does not get much more futuristic than this: a demo of holograms one can actually touch. The holographic tactile display uses ultrasound to exert a pressure field - for example, it will exert pressure on the surface of your palm when virtual raindrops fall on it.
|Did Aliens build the Pyramids? (1of3)||
Highlights the pyramids and other inventions that illustrate the brilliance of ancient man - are they so brilliant that they could only have been built by aliens?
|The Mayan Calendar||
Maya civilization is noted for its fully developed written language, art, architecture, mathematical, astronomical systems as well as its calendars. The Maya Long Count calendar ends on December 21, 2012, and this day is therefore considered by many to be significant.