Once you watch this juggling act, no other juggling act will have the same effect on you. Akihiro is a contact juggler, so the motions are very fluid. The entire act is nothing short of hypnotic.
It starts off as amazing and gives you more than you expect. I won’t spoil what happens, but you owe it to yourself to spoil yourself a little. Take the next 6 minutes to relax and enjoy this. It’s almost not human in the way he performs and has a complete understanding of his body movements.
It’s talent like this that makes me realize we have so much more potential than we credit ourselves to have.
Photographers Follow A Random Guy And Everyone Thinks He Is A Celebrity
Get a couple of guys that act like bodyguards and a couple of photographers and everyone will think you’re a celebrity. At least, that’s what this prank/social experiment goes out to prove. No one knew who he was but they claimed to when asked.
Singer, songwriter, actor? Sure, yeah, whatever.
Everyone wanted a picture with him. Time Square was filled with people surrounding him. One girl shouted, “Best moment of my life!”
Water Filmed Floating In Air Via The Science Of Photography : Static Flow Of Water
That’s how I drink water every morning, through streaming lines floating in air.
How was this done? Read the uploaders comments:
I used the test oscillator in Logic, sine tone. You may need to adjust to decimal points around 25Hz to get it to stay still, but play around with the pitch to get the drops to move.You need to make sure the shutter speed it fast/short enough to freeze the motion, also the speaker amplitude has to be great enough to break the water into drops.This is because the frame rate and shutter of the camera is doing a similar job to the strobe.
Further clarification by Lenny20 @ Reddit
It looks as though it was filmed on a canon 7D or 5D, and I can vouch for the fact that all those canon DSLRs do indeed have shutter speed settings, even in video mode. The frame rate can only be set to one of two settings (30fps or 60fps in NTSC, or 25fps or 50 fps in PAL), however the shutter speed can go as low as the frame rate itself (1/25 of a second) up to the quickest shutter speed for the camera (usually around 1/6000 of a second). When the video plays back, say in 25fps, each one of those frames is exposed at the selected shutter speeds. This is how you can create effects like blurry motion and movement (low shutter speed), or very choppy, almost strobe-like motion as seen in the action scenes in Saving Private Ryan (very high shutter speed).
The Meme Song (Officially known as The GAG Quartet - le Internet Medley)
If the Internet was a band and made their own song, this would be it.
If you’re a nerd, love the internet, or know pretty much every meme ever created on the web, then you’re going to get a kick out of this song. It has over 40 memes from Friday, getting Rick Roll’d, Nyan Cat, Rage Comics, Double Rainbow, Keyboard Cat, Numa Numa and so much more including the days of YTMND.
Let’s hope, however, that you have absolutely no clue about what the heck is going on, because that means you’re probably have more of a life than most!
Internet, I don’t know whether being excited about this song is a sign of addiction or a sign of being in the know.