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It's kind of pointless having a robot chair which destroys itself, and then it takes him half an hour to put itself back together again. Anyway, here's the amazing robot chair video!
In the string theory and the super string theory physicists talk about the tenth dimension, and even the eleventh dimension, but how can that be? Well in this video clip explains what the tenth dimension is, and how the eleventh dimension could be theorized. I found it, very interesting, and extremely well done. The tenth dimension and eleventh dimension are the next big thing in physics, and sound very promising for the future of man kind! Hope you'll enjoy this fun physics lesson as much as I did
This video clip shows how an infrared x-ray machine can work, without the actual harmful effects of x-rays (like cancer also known as mesothelioma to some). An Infrared X-ray Machine displays your vessels and muscle directly on top of your skin by just moving your body under the beam. Enjoy this cool video clip.
This thing rocks. It's the coolest and newest invention in fire fighting technology. It uses 2 powerful Mig-21 turbines mounted on a Russian tank to blow the water. The video demonstrates how it can be used to extinguish burning oil wells (like the ones in Iraq in '91). Simply awesome.
Imagine having a picture and being able to transform it into a 3D environment, and then navigating through it like you were there. What is more spectacular, is that this system would be able to transform the pictures from Google Earth into spectacular 3D environments. Wow.
Cool experiment using an egg and a candle. The result is that you can see the inside of the egg just like an X-Ray (without the radiation ). Pretty amazing for such a simple experiment!
X-Ray An Egg - video powered by Metacafe
An awesome video of a sound resonance experiment. By raising the wavelength of the sound beautiful patterns (and more complex) appear in the powder. Just another demonstration that physics can be beautiful
Also check out this Fire Spectroscope Video. It's also awesome.
This is a followup of Pool with non newtonian fluid. As seen there non-newtonian fluids can have different properties (fluid/liquid) depending on the stress. Here is an up-to-date application for the military: Liquid Armor. Enjoy!
Liquid Armor - video powered by Metacafe
There are few if any models in the world to rival the Ferrari 312PB built by Pierre Scerri. This 1:3 scale masterpiece is the real thing in every sense, from its operating 100cc 12-cylinder engine to the exact scale operating Ferrari gauges which are calibrated precisely to indicate rpm, oil pressure, water temperature and oil temperature. It took Pierre 15 years and more than 20,000 hours to build this car! He learned to make glass so he could make the exact pattern lens for the operating headlights. He learned to make rubber so he could mold his own tires. The creator of the original gearbox even came out of retirement to produce an exact 1:3 scale version for the model. Featured on Jeremy Clarkson's Extreme Machines.
This is an ultra cool video. It's a LEGO robot which can solve a Rubick's Cube. It does this with the help of a web cam and a color recognition software. It seems that the robot took some time to solve it...but WOW, it's really cool I hope you enjoy this video as much as I did !
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