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Not only is it cool to see this ultrasonic device in operation at 170,000fps, this is a great explainer on how they work. Image: YouTube / The Slow Mo Guys READ THE REST
The controlled chaos and cacophony of contemporary pinball machines often makes it difficult to appreciate the subtle engineering wizardry under the glass. The Slow Mo Guys used their Phantom High Speed camera to capture the ballistics. (YouTube) READ THE REST
Adrian Smith is a bug nerd. The head of the Evolutionary Biology & Behavior Lab at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, he studies insects and also creates digital media to share the wonder with the public. Above is his stunning slow motion video of "takeoff and flight sequences of insects spanning 8 different taxonomic orders… READ THE REST
The pace of life is just faster than it used to be. Not so many years ago, if you needed to print an image or make a hard copy of a to-do list, you'd find a nearby printer, connect all your devices, and print it up. But these days … C'mon, who's gonna stop to… READ THE REST
Unlike the impact of vibration therapy which applies regular, consistent contact to sore areas that the body ultimately acclimates to quickly, percussive therapy oscillates around toward the most targeted areas, applying pressure to tense muscle tissue. For athletes, that means a massage gun used post-workout can help remove lactic acid buildup from the muscle, which… READ THE REST
Projection technology has advanced to the point where even a solid recent vintage projector can serve as a brilliant addition to your home viewing options. And now that we're all starting to get out of the house again, you can tech up with a portable or even pocket-sized projector and basically create your own theater… READ THE REST