How to create hexaflexagons.
|Sixth Sense Projection Technology (TEDTalks)||
A wearable device with a projector invented by Pranav Mistry can not only project information about the object you are currently looking at (e.g. a book, person or supermarket item), but it can also project buttons which allow you to interact in various ways.
|650 Million Years of continental drift in 1:19 min||
What the earth looks like from 400 million years ago to 250 million years into the future.
Sergey Brin and Steve Horowitz discuss the availability of the SDK and demo applications on the Android platform.
|Blue Whale - The Blue Planet (BBC)||
Blue whales - the world's largest inhabitants - feed almost exclusively on one of the smallest - krill. They can consume 40 million of them in a single day. 30 meters long, its tongue weighs as much as an elephant.
|Dog Attack Styles||
Professionals teach dogs to guard against intruders and attack on command.
|DNA Replication Process||
This animation goes inside the nucleus to see how DNA replicates.
|Photoshop Speed Painting: John Locke (Lost)||
Time lapse speed painting in Photoshop by Nico Di Mattia. 3 hours of work, 5 minutes to watch it.
|Steve Jobs and Bill Gates Together: Part 3 of 10||537||5.87|
|Low-Cost Multi-touch Whiteboard using the Wiimote||
Using infrared (IR) light pens and the Wii Remote, it is possible to create very low-cost multi-point interactive whiteboards and multi-point tablet displays.
|Sam Whittingham defends 82 mph world record for fastest human powered bicycle||
Sam Whittingham bikes faster than most cars on a highway to defend his world record for the fastest human powered bike. His world record is 82.3 mph or 132.5 km/h. The easiest gear of his custom-built bicycle is harder than any of the gears on a racing bike.
|The birth of a baby Orangutan||
Orangutans are highly intelligent, shy, solitary apes. An exception is the relationship between mother and offspring - mother orangutans stay with their babies for six or seven years. They are an endangered species, in particular the Sumatran orangutan of which only several thousand remain in the wild.