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Incredible Microscopic Images Reveal A Whole New World

Incredible Microscopic Images Reveal A Whole New World

Much of the world is too small to see, but photographers competing at Nikon's "Small World In Motion" video competition made it possible to see the microscopic world with our own eyes. These incredible videos and time lapses show battles between life and death and the miracle of birth. Photographers submited from all over the world, and these are some of the best shots. View Now
Become Super Mario With Augmented Reality

Become Super Mario With Augmented Reality

Remember when your parents told you to go outside and stop playing video games? Well, the joke's on them because you have awesome creative minds like Abhishek Singh, who made a version of Super Mario Bros that you can play outside thanks to augmented reality! Using the Microsoft Hololens, Abhishek runs through the first level of the classic video game in Central Park. And just like in the original game, the princess is in another castle! View Now
Couple's Dorky 'Gender Reveal' Song Keeps Family Guessing

Couple's Dorky 'Gender Reveal' Song Keeps Family Guessing

Expecting songwriters Melanie and Tyrel Jensen compose a hilariously nail-biting gender reveal song for their families. Verse after verse they lead the family via quirky rhymes to believe baby Jensen's a boy or girl... but at the very last minute they bridge to the next verse! View Now
Superfan Builds Epic Hovering 'Millennium Falcon'

Superfan Builds Epic Hovering 'Millennium Falcon'

To commemorate "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" opening in theaters, sci-fi superfan Hanaki Masatoshi has built a special model of Han, Chewie, and now Rey's iconic starship. Not only is every detail in place, this photo-realistic model can fly thanks to a special magnetic levitation system Hanaki installed. View Now
Juggler Instantly Regrets 'Counting His Eggs'

Juggler Instantly Regrets 'Counting His Eggs'

Dozens of skilled jugglers begin this club balancing competition, but soon only three remain! Well, at least that's what we see! "Track Pants" thinks the win is his and breaks composure to celebrate after the last juggler in his line of sight is eliminated. He instantly regrets his decision because there's still a juggler left standing behind him! View Now
Even They Can't Believe These Epic Trick Shots

Even They Can't Believe These Epic Trick Shots

The most satisfying tricks shots are the ones even the people who pull them off can't believe. Take UBC basketballer Maddison Penn, who sinks an epic no-look basket from half court... AS she records a selfie! As far as surprised reactions go, nobody's more stoked than this Instagrammer to successfully complete his flip tower. View Now
There's No Challenge Too Weird For The Internet

There's No Challenge Too Weird For The Internet

Because everyone needs a "first" to brag about these days, folks are taking on some pretty outlandish challenges. Take bouncy Mr. T-Rex (Sam Sendel in disguise) as he frolics around this trampoline bounce house! Legend has it trampoline accidents are why all the other dinos went extinct. View Now
Blast From The Past! Kids Try Atari

Blast From The Past! Kids Try Atari

They don't make video games like they used to, not that these modern-day kids seem to miss them! In an installment of Fine Brothers Entertainment's "Kids React! Technology" series, a group of little ones and teens test the "ancient" Atari gaming system. Some of them don't even know how to turn it on! View Now
 ICYMI: Pokemon Go Users Cause Stampeded in Central Park

ICYMI: Pokemon Go Users Cause Stampeded in Central Park

In case you've been living under a rock for the past few weeks, popular app, Pokemon Go, is taking over the world. Late last week, a rare Pokemon was spotted in New York City’s Central Park. The discovery sent a crowd of Poke-hunters swarming the area—some drivers even abandoned their cars in the road to collect the rare creature. Since Pokemon released earlier this month, it has already garnered more than 15 million downloads from the Apple App Store and Google Play. Pretty incredible!  View Now
Duct Tape Verses World & Office WMD

Duct Tape Verses World & Office WMD

Let's be honest, along with cockroaches and twinkies, duct tape will probably outlive all of us. But for the folks down at Demolition Ranch, duct tape's invincible rep only makes it more of a fair fight. It stands up well against a standard handgun round, but can this super-adhesive handle a .50BMG? (RightThisMinute does not recommend using duct tape as ballistic armor.) View Now
This Festival Prankster Reminds Us How Hilarious Dads Are

This Festival Prankster Reminds Us How Hilarious Dads Are

Think of the last place you'd want to bring your dad. At the top of the list, ahead of " Tinder dates", "parties" and "job interviews", is "festivals"--hubs of tastefully illegal, NSFW and non-family-friendly fun since Woodstock set the bar high in 1969. Frenchi TV channeled that dad-energy in its latest video where it placed everyone's dad in hilariously real and unscripted situations with festival-goers. See the full hilariously awkward prank video! View Now