Glad to see the pizza in there!
Here's a great Interactive Map Tracing Every Leap Made by Dr. Samuel Beckett in the series ‘Quantum Leap’. The program starred Scott Bakula as Dr. Sam Beckett, a physicist who leaps through spacetime during an experiment in time travel, by temporarily taking the place of other people to correct historical mistakes.
Special Request Media put this map together. It traces every leap Samuel makes through the life of the program, and links to more information about each episode.
The Town of Cobourg caught a pretty neat interaction between a Snowy Owl and a red fox at the Marina on January 4, 2018.
Here's a timelapse video of a guy building a log cabin in Canada without the use of any power tools (no power sources on site).
The logs were prepared offsite, then transported to the build site, before a month of finishing.
The roof planks were fire hardened using a technique called "shou sugi ban". It preserves and waterproofs the wood.
Some strange, unique and clever adverts from Japan which were shown over the last year.
Here's an article I wrote for another project.
Funny but somehow serious. A man who disappeared out to sea on hogmanay a year ago, re-appears, to be met by a friend who explains and discusses the year's events.
A slightly odd video where chef Sean Brock explains to Anthony Bourdain his fondness for the Waffle House.
Bigfoot's feet, Both Frozen since 1953 when Peter Caine's father shot Sasquatch:
And it's head:
Tatsuo Horiuchi was too stingy to pay for painting materials so he started to use one of the tools he already had access to: Microsoft Excel.
These are the molecular machines inside your body that make cell division possible. Animation by Drew Berry at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research.
A video made using a wall of printers as the background.
I'd be interested to see a 'making of' video of this. I'm guessing the paper was pre-printed and then just fed through each printer in order.
Jump in the van with Marie-France Roy and Alex Yoder as they weave their way through Scotland, exploring how personal accountability allows for universal land access and the old farm shelters that support mountain folks to rove freely.
There aren't many films made which still make use of physical model scenery. Blade Runner 2049 did, which is part of why it looks so great. This film shows a bit of how these models were created and filmed.