A miracle of modern technology.
The Slow Mo Guys filmed an old cathode ray tube TV (playing Super Mario Bros.) with an ultra high-speed camera. It struck me that I've always known how CRTs work—the RGB electron beams trained across the screen, line by line, completing a full picture 50 or 60 times a second—but never actually seen the reality… READ THE REST
The Slow Mo Guys used a camera that shoots 90,000 frames per second to slow down water as it bursts out of a balloon, pours our of a shower, and splashes in a pool. When 90,000 fps is slowed down to 25 fps, one day becomes 9.86 years. READ THE REST
Last weekend, Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles landed her seventh US Championship title. Below is her absolutely spectacular floor routine. Seen in extreme slow motion above, Biles appears superhuman. (via My Modern Met) READ THE REST
What do hangnails, spoiled milk, and overbearing mother-in-laws all have in common? None of them are half as annoying as a failing Wi-Fi signal that cuts your online streaming session short right in the middle of an important scene. Nobody deserves weak Wi-Fi in their own home, whether you're listening to music, streaming content, or… READ THE REST
Before we had access to drones, aerial videography and photography were really left to the professionals, or at least those who could afford the right equipment. But with superior tools, like the Phantom DJI Drone, taking breathtaking shots is completely possible — as long as you know what you're doing, that is. Whether it's content… READ THE REST
If you love drawing and creating characters, today's world is your oyster. That's because animation skills are in high demand in a wide range of industries, including game development, web design, editing, entertainment, and so much more. If working in animation sounds like it could be up your alley but you don't have a portfolio… READ THE REST