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.
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
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
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There's nothing quite like the feeling of lighting your favorite candle and having the scent instantly uplift your mood. However, a broken lighter can be the ultimate mood killer. Instead of replacing gas lighters or resorting to complex lighter fluid hacks containing harmful substances, you can switch to a reusable and eco-friendly alternative. After all,… READ THE REST
For any online business, blogger, or website owner who wants a smoother, more established connection to the world wide web, a cloud-based web host is the way to go. You won't get far connecting to your online audience without the use of a host that has unlimited bandwidth and storage, and a secure connection. Luckily,… READ THE REST
Web development is the never-ending quest to create better, sleeker, and more useful websites to populate the ever-growing internet. We've come a long way from spinning low-resolution images and 8-bit soundtracks, but web development's continued demand showcases just how secure a career in this field can be. If you've wanted to become a web developer,… READ THE REST