A fascinating mini doc in which Exurbia (‘Existence Is Terrifying’) explores the universal constants and laws of physics that help us contextualise and understand the seemingly random and chaotic nature of existence.
‘Softbody Tetris’ – an ongoing Cinema 4D project by C4D4U.
Who else suddenly wants to eat jelly straight from the packet?
An astoundingly texture-rich, CG animated marble run by Moby Motion..
The physics are so convincing, it could be real, which would have been cheaper and taken less time to render but where’s the fun in that?
Sean, Sterling and friends from YouTube gaming channel Videogamedunkey test out Stick Fight – a barely controllable, 80-level, physics-based, flail ‘n’ fire, snake-heavy brawler for up to four players.
NSFW for spirited language in the heat of combat.
Some possibly dubious interstellar pop science from
need to know about the relative speed and drag coefficient of various spacecraft in the Star Wars universe.
A short by Garth Lee of London based
Scorch Motion animation studio about suddenly having to do without things we can’t do without. To wit:
In a world where seemingly mundane objects mysteriously vanish without warning, Life Without Stuff highlights (with astonishing scientific accuracy) what life would be like without stuff.
The incredible origami of renowned physicist Robert Lang – an art he has not only mastered but frequently uses to explore complex, real-world engineering problems.
Physics valentines with similar mass but opposite charge from Symmetry magazine (downloadable to print here).
should be ‘on a scale from 0 to 10’ above. Shame on you, Symmetry.
(H/T: Barry Higgins)