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Magnets & Marbles, Kaplamino’s Pitagora-style chain reactions

Kapla blocks, marbles, steel ball bearings, a few dominos, sticks, and magnetic neocubes or buckyballs power this incredible series of elegant and surprising Rube Goldberg or Pitagora-style chain reactions. An instant...

10 easy & amazing paper stunts

Explore post-it note cascades, hexaflexagons, balancing paper butterflies, and other fun paper tricks in this video from former magician/current author and British psychologist Richard Wiseman. You'll find his templat...

How this color changing cake was made + lenticular printing

Like those ridged images that appear to animate as you tilt them back and forth -- on photo postcards, bookmarks, rulers, books, toys, and more -- watch as this cake icing seems to change colors as it rotates. Of ...

Contact juggling with street music

Watch this young Switzerland-based performer and contact juggler in an impromptu sidewalk performance with an upright bassist and an accordionist. This kind of contact juggling is a style of object manipulation that m...

The Tea Twister – The science behind Teh Tarik (pulled tea)

Remember the Teh Tarik vendor spinning and pouring tea in Bangkok? What's going on with the tea as it spins and falls from one cup to the other? How do they do that? Teh Tarik (pulled tea) is black tea with either ...

Hula hoop dancer Lisa Lottie spins 6 glowing LED hula hoops

Watch hula hoop dancer Lisa Lottie perform a light-filled hoop routine with six LED hula hoops by SpinFX, whose professional level hoops can show off words, patterns, and graphics while being spun, similar to Monkey L...

Brandon Semenuk’s unReal mountain bike ride in one 3 minute shot

In one beautifully-produced, continuous shot, professional mountain biker Brandon Semenuk bombs a freshly built track down and around some magnificent hills in Cambria, California. Semenuk's jumps, flips, twists, turn...

An Individual Cycle Sport Stacking World Record of 5.000 seconds

Sport stacking (also called cup stacking and speed stacking) first gained popularity in the 1980s, and under the guidance of the World Sport Stacking Association (WSSA), continues to hold championships and tournaments...

Four-year-old Léa’s first aerobatic flight with her pilot father

Somewhere over Lachute, Quebec, this little girl giggled through loops and rolls on her first aerobatic stunt flight with her French-Canadian pilot dad Raphael Langumier, who wrote: My 4 years old daughter, Léa, c...

Freeline skate tricks on the streets of Taipei

Freeline skating or freelining was invented in 2003 by Ryan Farrelly and has since become popular around Asia, including Taipei, Taiwan where this Kuma Films video was recorded. Watch as Light Liu & 曾昱暠 make it loo...

The Bubble Artist: Su Chung Tai (蘇仲太)

Su Chung Tai (蘇仲太) and his Be Fantasy Show team work to dazzle their audiences across Asia with "The Joy of Bubble". This Kuma Films video showcases his mastery of soapy air spheres as a Bubble Artist, complete wit...

Spanish Air Force jets land in formation, view from the seventh jet

In June of 1985, five Spanish-built CASA C-101 Aviojet training jets took off from San Javier Air Base to test their formation flying abilities. Ten days later, Patrulla Águila (Eagle Patrol) made their first public f...

Club & ring juggling tricks with a team of four jugglers

Watch Stefan Brancel, Sean Carney, Ben Hestness, and Brenden Ying keep juggling clubs and rings in the air during this whoa!-filled video. Trading clubs, adding clubs, sharing clubs, switching places while juggling, t...

Cardistry: Making card flourishes look effortless with practice

Card flourishes are visual displays of skill performed with playing cards, designed to show the skill or manual dexterity of a 'flourisher'. Card flourishes are primarily intended to be visually impressive and to appe...

Kokichi Sugihara’s Impossible Rooftop & Folding Ladder Illusions

File under impossible objects, this is the Impossible Rooftop Illusion or "Anti-Gravity Two Sided Roof" by Meiji University's Professor Kokichi Sugihara in 2013. Using computer software, Sugihara creates award-winning...

Sounds of Paragliding: The aerobatic paragliding of Théo de Blic

A first big flying experience at 12 years old set French national acrobatic paragliding team member Théo de Blic into a life that would be spent high in the air. The Sounds of Paragliding captures his love for aerobat...

Waltzing on the walls of Oakland’s City Hall

This incredible aerial performance by Bandaloop Founder and Artistic Director Amelia Rudolph and company dancer Roel Seeber showcases some perspective-shifting choreography on Oakland, California's 18-story City Hall....

Skateboard tricks in slow motion

Watch skateboarder Christopher Chann in this slow motion skateboard trick footage shot by videographer Adam Shomsky during a six hour skate session in Los Angeles. Chann's trick list: Switch late hardflip Bigspin...

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