Presumably, because he had nothing better to do, Brian Roemmele built himself this silly looking helmet out of a plastic bucket. But the real magic happens when he puts it on his head and powers it up. Also, we’re pretty sure we’ve seen Brian used to go by the name Man-E-Faces.
In this brief clip from ViralVideoLab, they show off a simple way to make a paper airplane remain airborne for a very long time. The trick requires just the right kind of plane, and a series of small fans to keep it circling in the air. You can find folding instructions for the plane here.
Yo-Yo master Ben Conde joined science channel Veritasium and Beyond Slow Motion to demonstrate his ability toss a yo-yo into the air, let it spin without its string attached, then recover it. You’ll be entertained, and learn a thing or two about physics along the way.