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How to make an Amazing 9 Layer Density Tower

Water is less dense than honey. Rubbing alcohol is less dense than water. Poured carefully on top of each other, from heaviest to lightest, they can create distinct layers. Add more liquids of different densities, suc...

WoodSwimmer, a cross-sectional look at wood in stop motion

WoodSwimmer is based on a concept I developed while designing a new stop-motion universe where wood is the primary element. The sequences are cross-sectional photographic scans of pieces of hardwood, burls and branche...

3D printing ‘hyperelastic bone’ to mend injuries

Hyperelastic bone may be a 3D-printed solution for helping to mend our bones in the future. Cost-effective and customizable, the material is both a "structural element and a scaffold for bone regeneration," as shown i...

Building a House the Eco-Friendly Way with 3D Printing

Inspired by plant patterns, the reusability of waste materials, and architecture made from the earth in locations around the world, Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello of Emerging Objects studio are exploring the in...

3 Million LEGO Bricks in One Room

Get a peek at LEGO's proprietary 3D modeling software, and the huge and highly detailed models that it helps to design in LEGOLAND's model shop, a dream workshop that holds over three million bricks in 70 different co...

Apartment Symphony – A Looping POV Masterpiece

This video by musician Keith Peskosky, his Apartment Symphony entry into an online video competition, is a traveling, looping mind-bender of music layers. In the video notes and comments, he explains: "What happen...

Multilayered, mechanized music-making by Graham Dunning

Experimental music artist Graham Dunning plays with how music can be created through a mix of found objects and sound experiments. In Mechanical Techno Demonstration, he rigs up multiple layers of sound-making interac...

Hot & Cold Water Science Experiment – HooplaKidzLab

With two matching jars, red and blue food coloring, some hot and cold water, an index card, and a dish or baking pan, you can observe how the different densities of hot and cold water behave. This experiment by Hoopla...

Carrot Cake Parfait – From the Test Kitchen

In this episode of From the Test Kitchen, Food Editor Shira Bocar shows us how to make Carrot Cake Parfait, complete with cream cheese filling and apricot jam. Present the elegantly layered dessert in a stemmed glass ...

3D printing with 1900F molten glass – G3DP at MIT

Optically transparent glass printing. A brand new glass 3D printing process called G3DP has been developed through the teamwork of the Mediated Matter group at the MIT Media Lab, MIT's Mechanical Engineering Departmen...

How to carve colorful decorative candles

Angel teaches customers how to carve candles in a family-owned gift shop in Guernsey, the second largest of the Channel Islands. In this video, she explains how she dips, carves, and cools the still-warm wax candles t...

The art of suminagashi or Japanese paper marbling

Watch artisan Tadao Fukuda as he creates beautiful handmade marbled papers, an art called suminagashi (墨流し) in Japanese. From echizenwashi.jp: Mr.Fukuda is in his eighties and very energetic to have had his marb...

LeVar Burton visits the Grand Canyon – Reading Rainbow

Update: Due to a legal dispute between public broadcast station WNED and LeVar Burton's RRKidz, new Reading Rainbow videos have been removed from YouTube. We hope to include the original video when the dispute is reso...

How are candy canes made?

If you've ever wondered how candy canes are made, look no further! Above, this Tallahassee artisanal candy maker demonstrates how to make candy canes by hand. Watch them cut and twist the ingredients into a shimmery-s...

Subway musicians play together from 9 different subway stations

In Chris Shimojima's Signal Strength, eleven musicians unite in a live experiment about connectivity and community: they play a song together from nine different New York City subway stops with the help of WiFi-enable...

Making Baklava at İmam Çağdaş

Go behind the scenes at İmam Çağdaş, the famous restaurant in Gaziantep, Turkey that's been making baklava since 1887. The Perennial Plate teamed up with FoodieTV to show how İmam Çağdaş turns handmade, paper-thin fil...

Midday Traffic Time Collapsed and Reorganized by Color

Above, filmmaker Cy Kuckenbaker's Midday Traffic Time Collapsed and Reorganized by Color: San Diego Study #3. But wait… here’s the real video of this freeway. So what’s going ...

Geometrical Spaces: Cut-paper stop motion by Elena Mir

Layers of meticulously-cut paper build geometric, three-dimensional shapes in this video for Spain-based artist Elena Mir. At FastCoDesign, the artist describes the motivation for her work:  "I have always been p...

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