Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Video Round-Up: October 28, 2015

Caracal Kittens Go Exploring at the Oregon Zoo -  The two new six-week-old caracal kittens at the Oregon Zoo, in Portland, cautiously explore their outdoor habitat with their mom. You can read more about these little guys on the zoo's website.

Filmmaker Rishi Kaneria has created “Why Props Matter," an impressive supercut of a great many films that celebrate the incredible power that props lend to the identity of a film, whether big or small, shiny or dull, overt or subtle.

First Person To Run A Marathon Without Talking About It - a comedy sketch by Above Average about the first woman in history to run a marathon without telling anyone about it or posting about it on social media.

Guinea Pigs Return to Their Pen When Zookeeper Rings Bell - Twitter user Kairi1402 filmed this cute video, at Tokyo’s Ueno Zoo, of a group of well-trained guinea pigs making their way back to their pen when a zookeeper rings a bell.

An Honest Movie Trailer for Pixar’s Inside Out

A Modernized Movie Trailer for the Original Star Wars Trilogy - Artist and video editor Medley Weaver created this brilliant modern-style trailer for the original Star Wars trilogy by recutting clips from the classic films with the music from the recently released full-length trailer Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Pet Duck Shows Off His Lobster Halloween Costume

Rescued Baby Deer Is Reluctant to Leave Human

When are you dead?” by the New Scientist series Explanimator gives a simple animated explanation of how doctors determine when a person is truly dead.

The Wild West of Drone Racing - a short documentary by The Atlantic that explores the sport of first-person-view (FPV) drone racing. The main subject of the documentary is Dale “Hiway” Settle, a drone hobbyist and FPVracer who demonstrates his drone and talks about the sport.

The World’s Slowest Rube Goldberg Machine - New York-based artist and inventor Bob Partington teamed up with Field Day to create the slowest Rube Goldberg (aka Rube Slowberg) machine ever, which includes a hungry tortoise and waiting for grass to grow, and takes over six weeks to complete.

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