This video—made by General Electrics—shows different stuff, from a Christmas ornament to a watermelon, falling and bouncing off gelatin in glorious and mesmerizing stop motion. They didn't create it just for fun, their locomotive engineers were looking for new ways of converting momentum into electricity.
If you like starling murmurations you'll get a mental orgasm with this stunning video filmed by Alpacamedia in Utretch, Netherlands. Just sit back, take it to full screen, hit play, and the rest of the world will fade away while you watch thousands of birds dance to a mysterious silent song.
This cool music video for the song Katachi shows the mesmerizing dance of about two thousand PVC silhouettes. Polish-based directing duo Katarzyna Kijek and Przemysław Adamski made all the silhouettes from colorful PVC plates using a computer-controlled cutter.
In the Fire Lab in Missoula, Montana, researchers use wind tunnels, fire-whirl generators and giant combustion chambers to try to understand how fire spreads. The resulting video is like the demo reel for a Hollywood special effects company.