Researchers at the University of Paris demonstrate a "skateboard" that actually hovers, thanks to the forces of quantum levitation
See a blazing fire through the eyes of a firefighter in this helmet cam footage from Burn, a documentary about of a fire company in Detroit
Burn documents a year in the life of firefighters in Detroit, a city with one of the highest arson rates in the country
Protesters weathered an early snowfall on October 29, on day 43 of the occupation of Zuccotti Park
This infographic documentary about potential security solutions in the Israel-Palestine conflict is the second chapter in The Atlantic's and the S. Daniel Abraham Center's special report, Is Peace Possible?
This mesmerizing video captures pumpkins exploding at 1,000 frames per second. Happy Halloween!
From Lombard Street to the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco looks shiny and new under a light blue sky in this amazing 16mm Kodachrome footage from 1958
The surreal experimental short 5:46 am realistically creates a Paris that is completely flooded and deserted
The classic fairy tale gets an all-American twist in this 1937 animation: Cinderella's coach is a Chevy
A 1960s promotional documentary for the Hormel meat processing company reveals how their signature product, Spam, is made
Tokyo's hypermodern urban landscape is a perfect match for a mashup of the Blade Runner soundtrack
NASA's spectacular time-lapse videos of Earth, as seen by astronauts on board the International Space Station
Directed by former mixed martial arts champion Genki Sudo, the mesmerizing new music video for his band's "2012" features the viral video stars in their signature suits
In 1969, a team of NASA aquanauts spent 30 days in a submarine, drifting along the course of the Gulf Stream
Bits and Base Pairs explores the concept that the information encoded in our DNA can be compressed down to just 4MB
"Rendering Synthetic Objects Into Legacy Photographs" demonstrates a new technology for adding 3D shapes to preexisting photographs
This IsReal (the title is a play on words) is an artfully edited travel video of one filmmaker's road trip across Israel
This infographic documentary about potential border solutions in the Israel-Palestine conflict is the first chapter in The Atlantic's and the S. Daniel Abraham Center's special report, Is Peace Possible?
Photographer Joe Capra spent 17 sleepless nights traveling across Iceland in June, shooting stunning time-lapse videos of the never-ending sunsets that occur in the summer months at northern latitudes
A 1950s travel film includes footage of seals, magnificent icebergs, and of course, a polar bear chase sequence