(CBS News) I'm starting to notice a sequel trend starting here. Yesterday we saw the "human slingshot" from Devin Graham (aka DevinSuperTramp) get an even more fun and extreme redo a year and a half later. Now we get to see one of the most epic optical illusions (or "glitch in the matrix") ever get the same treatment after a year. You really, really need to check this one out.Continue »
(CBS News) One of our favorite creators of science and illusion videos is back with a brand-new experiment that will totally have you geek out. Go ahead and click play on the video above to watch and learn how to make a giant dry ice bubble. That's right: giant dry ice bubble.Continue »
(CBS News) There is a visual illusionist on the Internet who never ceases to blow me away with their work. From pendulum wave effects to a "glitch in the matrix"-like water flow (my personal favorite) to animated illusions and so much more. Their latest work displaying anamorphic illusions is just another example of why we love and continue to feature them here on The Feed.
(CBS News) YouTube user brusspup has been featured on The Feed a few times in the past for an array of amazing optical illusions that have you questioning whether you've discovered a "glitch in the Matrix". And now he's back with another stunning one in the video above. Check it out.Continue »
(CBS News) I love magic tricks and optical illusions. A few months back I showed you an amazing, must-see one involving water, some sound and a change in the way the camera perceived what was occurring. Today I've got one that is a lot simpler, but just as incredible. Check it out.
(CBS News) Watching this video is a bit like seeing a "glitch in the Matrix". Is it impressive? Without a doubt. Is it science? You know it. Will you possibly start questioning reality? Watch and find out.Continue »
(CBS) - We shift now from music to art with this rather incredible stop-motion video showing the creation of a piece using - wait for it - push pins!Continue »
(CBS) - Who needs Harry Potter magic when you've got science to amaze you with incredible optical illusions like the video above? Watch closely as the effective use of light and shadow completely transforms the color white into black and back again.
(CBS) - The "pendulum wave effect" is a well-documented phenomenon that has been demonstrated in numerous classrooms around the world... but have you ever watched it with a black light and music? No? Then this is a video you should check out. The effect kicks in at about 30 seconds into the video.Continue »
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