Bubble bursting in slow motion

by niki lyberis The Slow Mo Guys strike again with a video, this time dealing with bubbles. With a camera Phantom V1610 (do not want to know how much it costs) they capture at 18000 frames per second, bubbles being created and then "popping". You won't believe what you'll see, but be sure to check out the video […] 22 February 2013 at 03:24 pm

Indeed, an entire family has been to the moon and are still there

by Dimitrios Thomadakis We have seen people photographed on the moon, and we have seen pictures of the moon itself. But how did a family photo get on the moon’s surface? Hm... the story goes like this. On April 23rd 1972, astronaut Charlie Duke, a member of the Apollo 16 mission, took his last ride on the surface […] 13 February 2013 at 03:12 am

Take a look at how Nikon makes their lenses

by Dimitrios Thomadakis About a month ago, Nikon published a beautiful video, showing the way the company manufactures glass for their lenses. The Hikari Glass factory, located in Akita region, is the first stage of production. The second stage, when glass is integrated into precision lenses, takes place at Nikkor factory. Yes, this is the company’s name, which […] 5 February 2013 at 06:43 pm

Watch drops of color dancing in 4K resolution

by Dimitrios Thomadakis How much fun is it in the first place, to watch color drops dancing and mixing together, making new colors? Too much, right? Well, multiply by 1000 when you watch this video of color drops, in 4K resolution, that is 4096x2304 pixels. Of course, to really enjoy this, you’ve got to have a 4K monitor, […] 2 February 2013 at 01:34 am

What’s it like dropping a Go Pro camera from 4.000 meters?

by Dimitrios Thomadakis We knew that Go Pro cameras can take a lot of punishment, but just how much? In the video below you can see a take from the accidental detachment of a Go Pro camera a parachuter had fitted on his helmet, when he dropped with his friends from 4.000 meters. The camera detached and started […] 16 September 2012 at 08:27 pm

DVDs won’t play back? Go “american” and apply peanut butter.

by Dimitrios Thomadakis Everyone has come across a movie on DVD hanging or at least skipping scenes. The same happens to a CD playing music. Now, the cooking blog Chow has a special solution to suggest. Peanut butter. Just apply it on the disc surface, let it sink for a minute, and then remove it with a soft […] 11 September 2012 at 06:15 pm