Drones can produce some outstanding video footage, but they also are restricted in many areas and require flying skills to get the most out of them. Learn Online Video shares some tips and tricks on ways to simulate the smooth flying look of drone videos using an extendable tripod and various stabilization technologies.
If you’ve ever installed an outlet, you might know about the built-in gauge for measuring your exposed wire length. But even experienced electricians might not know about this nifty trick. Leah of See Jane Drill shows off a hidden function that can really come in handy if you forgot to bring a critical tool with you.
There’s nothing quite like the delicious flavor of grilled, seared, or smoked meats. But the way you cook and handle meats after cooking can dramatically improve its quality. SciShow explains tips for making the perfect BBQ meal and the scientific reasons that these techniques improve flavor and texture.
YouTube channel HouseholdHacker dusted off an old 1957 Science and Mechanics book filled with tips and tricks for around the house and decided to put some to the test to see if they were still relevant and useful today. We’re so trading in our oven mitts for a metal dustpan.
Has your car been in a fender bender? Adam’s Life Hacks shows us how to remove dents by dousing the surface with boiling water, then pulling on the area with a plunger or suction cup. The hack works best on sheet metal or plastic panels, so it won’t work in all cases.