This is what Paris looks like from an eagle's point of view

This is the flight of Victor, a white tailed eagle, as he takes off from the Eiffel Tower, glides over the Trocadero, and plunges at 112 mph to land softly on his handler's arm. This was made to support Freedom, a project created by Jacques-Olivier Travers to reintroduce these birds back in France. » 10/23/14 10:13am Yesterday 10:13am

1.5 million wildebeests cross a river in one impressive time-lapse

Wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas made this impressive time-lapse showing the massive migration of wildebeests from Kenya to the fresher pastures of Tanzania. Will calculates that about 1.5 million wildebeests crossed the Mara River, Kenya, during the five days they spent shooting. » 10/22/14 12:01pm Wednesday 12:01pm

New Tron-like smart highway has lines that glow in the dark

The first stage of Smart Highways—a project created by Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde and Hejmans Infrastructure—is finally completed and looks amazing. Located at N329 in Oss, Netherlands, this futuristic road has lines that glow in the night and charge during the day. Increasing driver's visibility and safety. » 10/22/14 10:32am Wednesday 10:32am

This ad is entirely made of famous song lines

I love this ad for the Helsinki-based radio station Radio Aalto. Not only it's cool—the actors are the actual hosts of one of their shows—and well produced, but also it has an insightful and fun concept: Who hasn't used a famous song line in an informal conversation? Well, this ad is entirely made with them. » 10/21/14 9:34am Tuesday 9:34am

Watch classic album covers come to life in this cool music video

Mayokero is the first song of the album Acowpella Beatbox by Israeli artist Roy Kafri. The music video—directed by Vania Heymann, a second year student in Bezalel School of Art and Design—is brilliant. It takes classic album covers and animates them to sing along the song in a completely seamless way. » 10/20/14 8:32am Monday 8:32am

This is what happens when you mix bowling and crazy British black humor

This music video—by UK-based director Sam Pilling—takes us to the most bizarre bowling tournament I've seen in my life. It doesn't say how the rules actually work, but it seems like the official ball has to be a severed human head. Don't worry, there is nothing gore here, just some British dark humor at its best. » 10/16/14 2:30pm 10/16/14 2:30pm