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.
Movies don't help much to contribute to what little knowledge we know about space. Here are some of the ten lies we've been told about it. One of it: you won't freeze if left unprotected in the vacuum of space.
NASA imagined what humanity in space would look like back in the 1970s and it looks a lot like what we see in film today. Each of these concepts are approximately the size of a Californian beach town, and are self-contained habitats with artificial gravity, artificial weather, and are imagined in three types of colony: toroidal (donut shaped), sphere, and cylinder.
Simone Giertz invented a breakfast machine made of a uArm robot that pours cereal and milk into a bowl and feeds the user with a spoon. At least, that's what it was intended to do. Check out the video below:
Kickstarter became a serious business back when it launched. The crowd funding site has a lot of success stories, but it somehow feels like it has a lot of scams and crappy ideas that never actually become real after that. JelloApocalypse explains everything you need to know about Kickstarter in this animation:
Are we wired to cheat? Is it in our human DNA to move on from one significant other to another? According to science, humans fall into the category of monogamous mammals, but it just so happens that cheating is a fairly common human behavior too. Check out the video below:
You don't need to go out anymore to find love these days. You just need an app for that. This short film uses that idea to show what our society has become, and how we might just be operating on the subject of companionship from now on.