A ‘global’ heatmap by athletics-app creator Strava that shows humanity’s collective activity via 27 billion miles of logged data representing 200,000 cumulative years of swimming, running, cycling, and winter activities.
Explore it here.
award-winning short, packed with ‘toonudity, directed by Alexandre Rey, Arnaud Crillon, Valentin Gasarian and Jinfeng Lin of the mighty Supinfocom Arles (MOPA)
Heat Have A Poo Take A Break magazine, current issue.
A Nissan Skyline R33 tricked out with heat-sensitive
thermochromic paint (used in hypercolour T-shirts and mood rings) is exposed to cold water.
Granted, they should have used a hose, (or cooled the car and put it through a car wash) but you get the idea.
Grant Thompson (who clearly fried a few ants in his childhood) unleashes the 2000°F power of the sun – focused through a Fresnel lens taken from an old television – on wood, water, coins and concrete.
grief man, get your kids away from that thing.