An architect sees the movie Parasite and does a fascinating DIY project. The amount of brain cells, patience and time needed for this.
What Happens When an Architect Sees the Movie “Parasite”
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Process of Mass Producing Pencils
In a small town in Japan, a factory specializing in the production of pencils is bustling with activity. Through a stunning video, viewers are given a glimpse into each and…
Crazy Circle Illusion: Are These Dots Moving in a Circle?
Have you ever seen a mind-bending illusion that left you struggling to believe in reality? This Brusspup's Crazy Circle Illusion was a viral sensation that swept the internet and left…
Why Do Honeybees Love Hexagons?
Have you ever stopped to admire the intricate pattern of a honeycomb? It’s truly a marvel of nature. But have you ever wondered why honeybees love hexagons to construct their…
Cinematic Timelapse of LNG Powered AIDAnova Cruise Ship
Here is a fascinating timelapse video that you don't see every day! It's not just any ship; it's the AIDAnova Cruise Ship - a magnificent modern-day structure that's 1,100 feet…
How Do You Fly a Kite Indoors?
If you thought flying a kite outdoors was impressive, get ready to be blown away by Spence "Watty" Watson's indoor kite flying skills. At the Texas Kite Fest, Watson flew…
How A Ballpoint Pen Works Close Up?
A ballpoint pen is nothing short of a marvel of modern engineering – beneath that humble and inconspicuous exterior lies a surprisingly complex internal mechanism.