YouTube user BITcrash44 claims he has invented a pair of devices that, along with an iPhone 4, allow him to wirelessly send a video signal to any screen. It looks fake, but it’s fun to watch nonetheless.
Graham Annable’s take on the height of a canine’s intellectual capabilities. We’d say more, but we’d rather not spoil it for you. Just enjoy Annable’s quirky animation, and watch the clip until the end.
(NSFW) Alexander Gellner and Niklas A. KrÃ¶ger captured all the changes, the awkwardness and the chaotic episodes of fun that we go through as we leave childhood but are not quite manly men yet.
Proof that cats are way more clever than dogs… and human babies. While your pet dog would lose its mind in excitement at the thought of playing fetch, this cat makes its playmate do all the work.
This is Jennifer Nicole’s dog Emma, who is utterly dumbfounded that the family cat seems to be inside the computer. Eventually she checks on the actual cat to see if she’s still in the real world.
Buck up and huck it – that’s exactly what Tyler Bradt did (with minor injuries) to make the insane 189′ world record waterfall descent at Palouse Falls. The drama begins at 2:30. (Thanks Nash!)
Ligia Oancea’s enthusiastic musical tribute to her city has apparently sparked a debate as to whether this lady is for real; for now let’s just enjoy the new unofficial anthem of Vancouver. (Thanks Josh!)
The Matrix for the 80s: a story about a computer-generated world – a world so empowering and addictive. But the more you spend in it the less you can distinguish what’s real and what’s not. Or not.
We’re not quite sure how this penguin at Boulders Beach in South Africa would survive if he missed a step in this death defying jump; fortunately we don’t have to worry about it. Awwwws all around.
When we first heard about this clip, we asked ourselves if the internet truly needed another cat video. We wondered how we could be entertained in just 4 seconds. Then we watched this.
This man probably just wanted to get his 15 mins. of fame while at a cricket game, but he ended up leaving the whole Internet rofling. Dare we say, his expression is as enigmatic as the Mona Lisa’s.
Joseph Brett takes the quintessential teenage slacker film and amps up the melodrama, turning it into something that would make a Sofia Coppola or Wes Anderson fan do a double-take.
Not, it’s not a collaboration between two indie bands. But it is a wonderful combination, a lazy dust devil gently uncovering a strawberry field, turning the sheets into an impromptu sculpture.
Most of the time-lapse videos we’ve seen involve still shots, but you’ve got to hand it to Eric Billman for combining the usually stationary art of time-lapse photography with a motion-control rig.
This video starts out like one of those typically disturbing nature films, as a giant wild feline bears down his fangs on its helpless prey. But things don’t always turn out the way you think they will.
A closer look at the detective work that players will be doing in L.A. Noire, as well as the consequences – both good and bad – of your sleuthing. This game cannot come out soon enough.
Dan Meth pokes fun at the Wu-Tang clan’s formidable line-up with The Wang Warriors, a “crew that rolls deep…really deep”, more than enough to form two ska punk bands. A96B11G ftw!
Jacob Gilbreath made this gigantic slab of kinetic typography from Conan O’Brien’s unforgettable, inspiring and touching farewell message on the last episode of his stint at The Tonight Show.
The kickflip is a basic trick in skateboarding, but pulling a clean one on a surfboard is another thing altogether. Here’s Zoltan Torkos doing the first surfboard kickflip ever caught on video.