NASA made a video about why the world didn't end on December 21, 2012. They released it early.
The PBS series Off Book explores the dark side of social media.
A teaser for the Discovery show Curiosity describes how recreating the historic disaster might solve the mystery of how it happened.
Bodie Stroud, a custom hot rod builder, transforms a classic muscle car.
Ithaca Audio mixes 16 tracks live on a 23-year-old Tascam tape machine.
Chris Zabriskie reflects on a favorite, timeworn home video.
Gregory Kane created this video as a 'farewell love letter' to the city he lived in for six years.
Classic Cold War propaganda, Make Mine Freedom promotes free enterprise as the secret to American prosperity.
Inspired by the wind-powered toys he made as a child in Kabul, Massoud Hassani designed a revolutionary way to rid the desert of old explosives.
A mesmerizing video for Wave Machines' "Ill Fit" combines mirror effects with time-lapse photography.
The science of dropping your food on the ground reveals surprising lessons.
Beautifully shot videos showcase Loaded Boards' innovations in longboard design, not to mention some stunning west coast landscapes.
The game studio describes how the Xbox Kinect's motion-capture technology powers their hit series Dance Central.
NASA and NOAA have collaborated to create videos and interactive maps of our planet's glowing human footprints, revealing cities, rivers, and even boats at sea.
Citizens greet the 21st Amendment with joy in this archival Universal Newsreel clip from 1933.
Harvard's metaLAB maps the number and location of printed works in the university's library collections.
Cy Kuckenbaker layered five hours of footage shot at San Diego International Airport on November 23 to make this crazy-looking video.
Students program a desktop lamp to react to faces and sounds, creating an expressive animatronic character just like Pixar's.
Two adolescents grapple with the physical and emotional challenges of puberty.
Thierry Legault, an amateur astronomer and renowned astrophotographer, tracks classified satellites through the sky.