Do you want to see utterly cool plywood? Supertalented woodworker Keith Williams uses his geometry and art skills to make a beautiful geodesic sphere. He uses 170 wood triangles that are hand-assembled into 12 pentagons and 20 hexagons. Then, his work turns into a completely smooth sphere.
Guy Makes a Big Ball Out of Plywood
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1000 Matches: The Magic of Tomohiro Okazaki
1000 Matches starts slowly with a single matchstick performing simple tricks like walking or standing on its head. However, as the video progresses, the matches become more adventurous and daring.…
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In one interview on BBC for the Horizon, Richard Feynman shared a conversation that we call this monologue “Ode to the Flower.”
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Have you heard of the talented mathematician and artist Mikhail Sadovnikov? If not, you're in for a real treat. Sadovnikov has taken the art world by storm with his mesmerizing…
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Optical illusions are fascinating due to their ability to distort our perception of reality. But have you ever seen Kokichi Sugihara's three-dimensional optical illusions that appear to defy the laws…