Dr. Kenneth Libbrecht is a professor of physics at Caltech and served as an snowflake consultant for “Frozen” the Disney movie. Dr. Libbrecht studies how snowflakes form and in the video (below) by Great Big Story he explains how he creates snowflakes in the lab. via: Laughing Squid
Photoshop Artist Gesichtermix blends portraits of two celebrities together to form one incredibly believable face. The results from these Photoshop fusions will make you look twice. For example, the portrait above was created by blending the heads and features of actors Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone. Leonardo DiCaprio and Sean-Penn Justin Bieber and Justin Timberlake Pharrell Williams… Continue reading Photoshop Artist Combines Two Celebrities to Create One Face
Norwegian Artist Pedro Berg Johnsen has been blending portraits to create hybrid celebrities for five years. He combines portraits of their best features to form one beautiful person. For example, the portrait above was created by blending the heads and faces of actress Angelina Jolie and Megan Fox. You can find more of these “Face Morphs” by following along with Johnsen’s… Continue reading Artist Combines Photos of Celebrities to Create Beautiful People
Derek Muller of the Veritasium YouTube channel has demonstrated five cool physics-related phenomena, including center of mass cane trick, water bending, magnetic cereal and a flying tea bag. Muller wants the users to engage with him and to explain these awesome experiments. Watch the video you below.
British Airways conducted an experiment on passengers at 30,000 feet using neuro-sensitive device that reads the electrical activity in their brain. The airline company was able to identify whether the customer was comfortable and content or feeling slightly more unnerved. The information was then relayed via bluetooth to the fibre optics woven into the blanket’s… Continue reading British Airways: The Happiness Blanket
Experimental psychologists at the University of Glasgow in Scotland used pictures of hundreds of women from 41 different countries and ethnicities to approximate the “average face” of each country. via: The San Francisco Egotist