An impressive display of cardistry from Singapore card-manipulating trio The Virts, as they twirl Virtuoso’s elegant playing cards with style, grace and a little magic. (Thanks Huron!)
Inspired by this famous image, photographer Cy Kuckenbacker compressed five hours of landings at SAN down to just 30 seconds, by using the blue sky above to chroma-key each plane into the scene.
Similar to Plurality, Memorize is about a futuristic dystopia that uses cutting-edge technology to monitor crime. In this case it’s a chip embedded in all humans that records everything we see.
Movember is over, so unless you’re continuing on to participate in Decembeard, it’s time to take care of that hairy earthworm under your nostrils and put it out of its misery for the next 11 months.
An awesome hyperlapse – a time-lapse video with lots of pans and rotations – of Guangzhou city in China, showing both its modern and traditional sights. Made by zweizwei. Best watched full-screen.
(NSFW: Language) Anthony Richardson watches CPU games in NBA 2K13 – providing the play-by-play. Some things you should know about Anthony: he’s British and knows nothing about basketball.
YouTuber bignickbrother4 found a big spider in their house and decides to take it out using brass knuckles. Brass knuuuux dude. As it turns out, his real enemy is himself. And maybe now his mom.
Similar to their Praha gig, Radiohead’s 2011 concert at Roseland Ballroom in New York was shot from multiple angles by fans, with the audio provided by the band themselves. Torrent files at the link.
The sideways camera angle at the beginning of this clip might make you think this bear has anti-gravity powers, but he’s just got the power to please the crowd as he does tricks for a sip of soda.
KRE-O has been making a series of amusing stop-motion short films featuring their Transformers toys, centering around the Decepticons stealing Energon, and the Autobots getting sweet revenge.
(PG-13: Lyrics) Rapper Mac Lethal likes his food, and knows concertgoers can work up a big hunger. So at a recent concert, he decided to order in free pizza for his entire 500-person audience.
Jimmy Kimmel Live asked coffee lovers if they could tell the difference between regular coffee and Starbucks’ ridiculous $7 coffee. Except the test was twice as dumb as the previous iPhone prank.
Cinesaurus puts a more positive spin on the funny but morbid viral ad Dumb Ways to Die, making a song that stars the Curiosity rover and other geeky references. Let’s call it a constructive parody.
HouseholdHacker already showed us how to open a crowned bottle without using a bottle opener. This time they provide alternative ways of popping wine bottle open without using a corkscrew.
A tourism ad for Canada that was made using videos submitted by locals who shared their travel experiences. And encounters with wolves, bears and whales. The song is My Girl by Yukon Blonde.
Evo editors Tiff Needell and Dickie Meaden track test 10 of this year’s hottest cars – including the Toyota GT86, Pagani Huayra and the McLaren MP4-12C – to determine the magazine’s Car of the Year.
New York’s iconic skyscraper was fitted with Philips Color Kinetics LEDs that can generate 16 million colors and various visual effects. Here’s its debut light show, set to Alicia Keys’ Girl on Fire.
Neil Patrick Harris’ latest web series is a hilariously twisted show featuring NPH’s puppet-filled dreams. Enjoy Episode 1: The Lullabye now. New episodes drop every Tuesday on The Nerdist.
NASA engineer/all-around geek Mark Rober finds another clever use for your expensive mobile gadgets – helping us act like a villain from Scooby Doo without having to hide inside the wall.
Keegan-Michael and Jordan make us spit out our coffee once more, taking on the silly urban trend of leaving the tags on hats. Dudes, if you can afford a New Era cap, you can afford a pair of scissors.
Unless you can call permanent lifetime humiliation animal cruelty, no harm came to Greg Christenson’s tortoise Frankie, as he sauntered around a Petsmart store dressed up as a UFO.
Be mesmerized by the limber and graceful figures of cheetahs, filmed at 1200fps using a Phantom camera. A collaboration between Nat Geo and the Cincinnati Zoo. Directed by Greg Wilson.
Freerunners Jason Paul, Shaun Wood and Anan Anwar take to the streets of Bangkok, pulling off sick moves while wearing LED illuminated costumes, creating cool human light paintings in the process.
An early Holiday present from the Flight of the Conchords of cover songs. Watch the Brett Domino Trio awkwardly tear through 40 of the most popular Christmas songs. San-a Clourse is coming to town!
The WaterWhisperer pretends she’s a doctor and checks your scalp. Why? To induce ASMR, a tingling sensation in the head. Or put you to sleep. Either way it’s a good kind of weird. Best w/headphones.
YouTube illusion-maker Brusspup messes with our heads more than he’s ever messed with them before, with the help of some cut-out distorted perspective trickery. Images here, here and here.
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