This is definitely the coolest Star Wars promotion happening. After all, apples and oranges just doesn't make it interesting enough. Wield your lightsaber to escape the First Order in an immersive web experience built for your phone and computer, inspired by Star Wars: The Force Awakens. To play, visit https://g.co/lightsaber
They've gone by every name imaginable possible, and now the folks over at ASAP Science have made an educational video about them. From the sexiness of it to some other interesting facts about, check them out below:
NASA released a composite image, taken by the Cassini spacecraft, of Saturn’s largest moon Titan that allowed us to peer through its atmosphere. It's got an Earth-like surface and it's beautiful! Check it out below.
This is just a papercraft model of an Airbus but that does not mean it's not without the details. In fact, the video shows just how much attention to detail gets put in to designing and making one. It's pretty damn impressive. Check it out:
Bosnian Bill is the locksmith master of YouTube and he's covered all there is to know about keys, locks, and security. This time round, he demonstrates just how easy it is to break open a padlock built by one of the largest lock companies - Masterlock. All he needed was a small hammer.
It is really tough to get to grips on how large the universe is. Explaining it will take a lot of examples like this video here, and this one here actually does a really good job in giving you some perspective. Check it out below:
Here's an incredibly fun app to use and it's called the Air Pencil. It will let you do light painting anywhere you want. And we're just waiting for some amazing art to be born from this. Check it out below:
You probably didn't grow up playing Nerf blasters, though you've got to admit, you would have loved to. The foam made darts, balls, and arrows are powered by just compressed air. The Engineer Guy is here to explain the science behind the Nerf Blaster.