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Young Explorers Club: Toddlers explore the world on their own

Observe these toddlers as they wander around their neighborhoods in pursuit of whatever happens to interest them. This is Young Explorers Club, a series of short films that asks "What happens when kids explore the wor...

The bear who never breaks the rules

This bear loves to uphold and follow the rules of the pool (as one should), but has he forgotten how to have a bit of fun? From animator Charlotte Cambon, meet The bear who never breaks the rules / L'ours qui n&#...

Chaser, the Border Collie that can understand 1022 words (or more)

Border Collies are known to be super smart and disciplined dogs that can take detailed verbal commands while herding sheep and performing other helpful tasks. How many verbal commands can they understand? This demonst...

Turing Tumble, a DIY mechanical computer powered by marbles

The Turing Tumble, this small Pachinko-like puzzle game prototype, is also DIY mechanical computer. Programmer Paul Boswell designed the Turing complete toy to help kids (and adults) learn, see, and feel how computers...

The Universal Tea Machine, a huge mechanical ‘adding computer’

"The better your binary addition skills the better your cup of tea!" The Universal Tea Machine by Smout Allen is a huge mechanical 'adding computer' that mixes tea and mixes tea, a British tradition that became popula...

Dark Dark Woods

Young princess Maria has had about enough of her royal life – it’s all lesson, responsibilities and duties on top of each other, every hour of every day. Overwhelmed, Maria is swept away on an adventure into the monst...

Making art with everyday objects: Christoph Niemann

Award-winning artist and author Christoph Niemann has quite a few books and apps for kids of all ages -- I Lego N.Y., Words, as well as Petting Zoo and Chomp. In this Quartz video, he shares examples from his new book...

Being in the video game with Augmented Climbing

If you've ever gone indoor rock climbing, you might have been trying to climb up the wall. When you go augmented climbing, the goal is a bit different, as seen in the commercial above... Have you ever wanted to be in ...

Taiwan’s Spintop Masters

Check out these spintop masters in Taoyuan, Taiwan. Their next level spintop trick shots are hard to believe, even after you see them. From Kuma Films: While on a family trip out in Taiwan we randomly stumbled acr...

Simple shapes in motion

Simple shapes in motion, an animation exercise in cubes and spheres by French motion designer Jordan Coelho.

Is this the largest Rubik’s Cube in the world?

British puzzle maker and collector Tony Fisher might have made the largest functional 3x3x3 Rubik's Cube in the world. It measures 1.56 meters (5.11 foot) on each side, weighs 100 kilos (220 lbs), and can be solved by...

The Present by Jacob Frey

Immersed in his video games, this boy would rather stay indoors than engage with the world outside... until his mother brings home a small surprise. Based on a comic strip by Fabio Coala, this is The Present, an award...

Animated Life: Mary Leakey & the Laetoli footprints

Forty years ago in Laetoli, Tanzania, an elephant dung fight between a couple of paleoanthropologists led to a discovery: a fossilized animal print, at least 3.6 million years old. But the site had an even bigger surp...

Chemical Bouillon, a series of visually abstract chemical reactions

Hydrocarbon vs Ink - Implosion, above, from the Chemical Bouillon video series, "an artistic project studying the graphic aspect of chemical reactions" created by Antoine Delach, Valere Amirault, and Teurk in Paris, F...

STOMP makes basketball music with the Harlem Globetrotters

In celebration of the world famous Harlem Globetrotters' 90th year as an organization, Globetrotters William 'Bull' Bullard, Brawley 'Cheese' Chisholm, Tay 'Firefly' Fisher, and Chris 'Handles' Franklin teamed up with...

Adding color & fizz to floating water bubbles in microgravity

When you're floating water bubbles in microgravity on the International Space Station, be sure to add a gas-releasing effervescent tablet and some food coloring, and don't forget to film it in 4K resolution. Astron...

Jelly Tennis – The Slow Mo Guys

When Gav and Dan were told about a still photo that showed Jell-O (or jelly in the UK) being hit by a tennis racket, they decided to recreate it in slow motion. This Slow Mo Guys video is the colorful, sticky, splatte...

Nat & Lo’s 20% Project – Behind the scenes at Google

At Google, there's a side project/perk/philosophy called "20% time" that encourages employees to spend one day a week working on their own Google-focused ideas and inventions. Googlers Natalie Hammel and Lorraine Yurs...

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