With each new generation of computer the computing technology gets smaller and more compact, not so with James Newman,of Cambridge, UK who recently finished his Megaprocessor.
The huge piece of tech is a fully functional, and educational, CPU—it has LEDs that light up at the various stages of the computational process so people can see how data moves through a circuit.
It’s been called perhaps the greatest onboard footage ever, and once you watch the video you’ll see why.
Because it not only shows Mark Higgin’s record run around the Isle of Man but Subaru have also sourced his heart rate, skin temperature and the g-forces his organs endured as flew around the 37.3-mile course in 19m 15s
This guy spent a whole year randomly throwing eggs to his mum in moments when she expected it the least.
After undertaking such a worthwhile task he edited her reactions together into this brilliant montage. And you know what, she’s not a bad catch.
If you’re going to celebrate your wedding and have something to remember it in style, a video is a good bet.
But this couple go the extra mile with an envy-inducing one-take, 250-person, lip-sync music video, starting off with “Love Is An Open Door” from Frozen and running through a pop medley.
American television host Howie Mandel (Deal or No Deal, America’s Got Talent) went away to New York, so YouTube prankster Roman Atwood played a prank on him.
And it involved covering the front of the presenter’s LA mansion with hundreds and hundreds of rolls of toilet paper.
It is ON as Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart challenge Jimmy Fallon to the most epic of epic lip sync battles.
So the three duke it out for supremacy—and just to give you an indication of how heated it gets, someone even rips their trousers!
Just watching this compilation of people, and animals, being sporty and extreme and having great fun is tiring enough.
And because it’s all filmed with a GoPro you can pretend you were there, partaking in the action, instead of sitting at home staring at some moving pixels.
With a few choice edits and some stabbing, orchestral music, one of the funniest movies ever made can be turned into a thriller of Hitchcockian proportions.
Meet Lloyd Christmas, a creepy stalker guy who’s obsessed with Mary Swanson and will do anything to get her to like him. And, um, he also drives a sheepdog-shaped car.