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MIT captures light in motion with unbelievable Trillion FPS camera [Video]
posted April 10 2012 4:51.42 by Giorgos Lazaridis




The fastest FPS camera you've ever see probably isn't even close to this one in the MIT labs, which can shoot at a recor speed of 1,000,000,000,000 frames per second! That's right...

[Via: gizmodo]    [Link: MIT]
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This interactive Scale of the Universe will really blow your mind!
posted April 4 2012 6:37.21 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Excellent work from Cary and Michael Huang from the site htwins.net! A very interesting interactive application with the full scale of the universe that we know so far. Starting from...

[Via: gizmodo]    [Link: Cary and Michael Huang]
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The spinning tube trick revealed [Video]
posted April 4 2012 6:18.55 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is a nice trick that you can do with a single piece of pipe and a marker. The trick goes like this. You cut a short piece of pipe, and mark one end with X and the other with O...

[Link: Veritasium]
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It is amazing to find out how 3D glasses work! [Video]
posted April 2 2012 5:20.14 by Giorgos Lazaridis




There is one little problem with technology: Man cannot follow! I mean, it would be nice for technology to have a "follow" button, but this is not the case. Therefore, i really appreciate...

[Link: Sixty Symbols]
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I want this diwheel to spin around right now! [Video]
posted March 31 2012 18:56.03 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Meet EDWARD, the Electric Diwheel With Active Rotation Damping. Designed by a team of students from Australia's University of Adelaide, EDWARD is a futuristic vehicle that really works...

[Link: University of Adelaide]
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Water drops orbiting around knitting needles in space [Video]
posted March 28 2012 4:58.15 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Interesting video from the International Space Station. Astronaut Don Pettit uses knitting needles and water droplets to demonstrate physics in space for 'Science off the Sphere.' The...

[Link: ReelNASA]
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10 inventions which killed their inventors [Video]
posted March 17 2012 8:01.54 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Sometimes, inventors make lethal mistakes. Sometimes their mistakes are their own inventions which made them famous (and sometimes rich). In the following video you will see 10 famous...

[Link: alltime10s]
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How a liquid lens works [Video]
posted February 28 2012 6:19.11 by Giorgos Lazaridis




A very interesting video from Ben Krasnow. He demonstrates how liquid lenses work. I really like watching videos which proves not only that there is nothing magic out there, but also...

[Link: Ben Krasnow]
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Can a siphon operate in a Vacuum? [Video]
posted October 18 2011 8:10.26 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Many people have used a siphon to drain a water tank, a bucket, or "steal" some gasoline from the tank. Recently i used a siphon to empty my solar water heater for maintenance. And...

[Link: Periodic Table Videos]
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