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.
Samsara: The Most Visually Amazing Trailer You Might Ever See
My eyes exploded in visual stimulation, that was intensely beautiful and you have to see this. Don’t let the thumbnail preview fool you, this trailer for ‘Samsara’ spans 5 years of hard work all shot in brilliant 70mm film. Be sure to watch this in full screen and HD. There is no other way to watch this.
SAMSARA is a Sanskrit word that means “the ever turning wheel of life” and is the point of departure for the filmmakers as they search for the elusive current of interconnection that runs through our lives. Filmed over a period of almost five years and in twenty-five countries, SAMSARA transports us to sacred grounds, disaster zones, industrial sites, and natural wonders. By dispensing with dialogue and descriptive text, SAMSARA subverts our expectations of a traditional documentary, instead encouraging our own inner interpretations inspired by images and music that infuses the ancient with the modern.
I’ve lived in Africa and I have never ever seen such a thing, and I lived within the deepest parts.
Widely published in books and magazine and deeply collected by museums around the world, South African photographer Pieter Hugo is drawn to newspaper articles and radio and television reports that inspire his fascinating pictures. Traveling to distant parts of the developing African continent, Hugo discovers marginal subjects, such as wild honey collectors that gather the golden liquid by riskily attacking the hives and traveling street performers, who attract crowds with their pet hyenas, monkeys, and pythons.
Leap - Allowing You To Navigate Your Screen Like You’re In The Minority Report
My level of want has risen to unexplained levels. I’m sure it isn’t very practical as a mouse, however it looks like a blast. What’s more impressive is the technology behind it. I guess the UI in the Minority Report is pretty real now.
They say autism is a disability, but he is special. What an amazing gift.
Stephen Wiltshire has been called the “Human Camera.” In this short excerpt from the film Beautiful Minds: A Voyage into the Brain, Wiltshire takes a helicopter journey over Rome and then draws a panoramic view of what he saw, entirely from memory.
Fluids that dance in such a way that it leaves you completely hypnotized, especially set to beautiful music.
Like a music video for the scientifically minded, the short film below explores the unusual world of ferrofluid, a liquid which acts a lot like a gelatinous magnet. The second installment in an ongoing series of experiments, the film was made by Singapore based photographer/videographer Afiq Omar, who edited it with a distinctly dark and rhythmic style that’s as intriguing as it is creepy. Omar’s goal was to create something using ‘analog’ effects, so what you see here uses few modifications after shooting, showing the utter weirdness of his subject material and his talent as a videographer.
First Test jump was a total success listen up everybody - I am back on earth:) You already now what happened but I just wanted to post a couple of words in respect to all of you. I know you have been with me - all the way UP and Down!! I am still stoked and can’t find the words to describe what happened today at 7 30 AM. Anyway, I have seen a lot of happy faces on site and nothing else matters. The happiest one is probably my buddy and suit guy Mike Todd, who was the first on in the dessert to pick me up. I stepped of at 21.818 meters and reached 587 km/h. Free fall time was 3 min 33 seconds. There is only 2 more guys who skydived from a higher altitude. No 1 is our friend Joe Kittinger and No 2 is Roger Eugene Andreyev from Russia! Pretty small club, isn’t it. Love you all FELIX, going to bed now before the party start here in Roswell
Aggravure is an ongoing series of large wall installations by Baptiste Debombourg. His latest,Aggravure III, was inspired by drawings from 16th century engravers Hendrick Goltzius, Jan Harmensz, Cherubino Alberti and utilizes nearly a half million metal staples tacked to a wall, taking 340 hours to complete.