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That Cello Guy: The multi-screen performances of Cremaine Booker

First performed by Arturo Toscanini and the NBC Symphony Orchestra in a 1938 radio broadcast, and now beautifully arranged for this multi-screen video performance from 2016: Adagio for Strings (1936) by Samuel Barber,...

How to fit 4 years of trash into a mason jar, a zero waste experiment

Recycling, carrying reusable bags and coffee cups, buying compostable or metal straws, investing in solar energy... these are just a few of the eco-focused habits that consumers have embraced in recent decades. How di...

Stephen Wiltshire draws a Mexico City panorama from memory

British architectural artist Stephen Wiltshire can remember and draw the skyline of an entire city after flying over it in a helicopter. In this October 2016 video, he travels to Mexico City, tours it from above and b...

Sweet (& savory) morning buns with chef April Bloomfield & Tartine

In the kitchen at Tartine, San Francisco's popular bread bakery and cafe, chef April Bloomfield observes how their morning buns are made. Tartine's Chad Robertson mixes the ingredients and preps the dough with layers ...

How to practice effectively…for just about anything

Mastering any physical skill takes practice. Practice is the repetition of an action with the goal of improvement, and it helps us perform with more ease, speed, and confidence. But what does practice actually do to m...

Incredible indoor skydiving flyers at the 2017 Wind Games

A little like ice skating, gymnastics, or modern dance while flying, this indoor skydiving freestyle routine by Poland’s Maja Kuczyńska, performed at the 2017 Wind Games in Catalonia, Spain, is made possible by four h...

Building Frozen Castles with the Master of Ice

Every year, from January 5th to around February 25th, the city of Harbin, China transforms into a frozen city of light for the annual Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival. The sculptures are massive architectural feats con...

Teacher creates personalized handshakes for all his students

At Ashley Park PreK-8 Elementary School in Charlotte, North Carolina, fifth grade English teacher Barry White, Jr. has created a new classroom tradition: greeting each of his students with a handshake that's personali...

The incredible sport of cup stacking, explained

Sport stacking (also called cup stacking and speed stacking) may look pretty straight forward -- upstacking and downstacking x-number of cups in a certain order as fast as possible -- but it's the millisecond improvem...

Barnaby Dixon’s Raptor Puppet

Puppeteer Barnaby Dixon designs highly detailed finger puppets like the one above: a rather adorable raptor puppet. Watch as his fingers control the feet while other hinges, levers, and mechanisms help make the puppet...

Two professors sculpt each other in less than ten minutes

Watch in real time as Professor Cao Chang Xu of Beijing's Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) and Professor Sarath Chandrajeewa of Sri Lanka's University of Visual and Performing Arts go head to head in a friendly fac...

Matthias Dandois: The Flat Side of Things

French cyclist Matthias Dandois is a five time BMX flatlander champion. This Nov 2015 video, The Flat Side of Things 2, demonstrates the skills he's developed since he began practicing at age 12. What's flatland BMX? ...

A life-size T-Rex dinosaur made of balloons

This life-size Tyrannosaurus Rex dinosaur is made from 1,400 balloons. Created by award-winning pro balloon 'sculptor' Mark Verge, it's a recreation of his first place dinosaur at the 2007 World Balloon Championship, ...

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...

Most basketball three pointers in one minute (single ball)

For basketball fans and world record aficionados alike, the Harlem Globetrotters went after a few Guinness World Records while at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas this November. Above, Cheese Chisholm scores the ...

A Formula One Pit Stop Explained

Have you seen the video of Ferrari’s F1 pit crew doing a pit stop in around two seconds? Even after watching it multiple times, it can be a challenge to understand how a team of nearly 20 people can work so quickly an...

Danny MacAskill’s Wee Day Out

If anyone knows how to make the already beautiful countryside of Edinburgh, Scotland even more incredible, it's Scottish trials cyclist Danny MacAskill. Riding over hay bales and into puddles like no one else can, Mac...

Engineering the Perfect Pop

Using scissors, tape, and reams of creativity, Matthew Reinhart engineers paper to bend, fold, and transform into fantastic creatures, structures and locales. By adjusting the angles of folds and the depth of layers, ...


 
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