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Check Out This Fabric That Changes With Sound

It’s even better than those color-changing shirts from the ’90s. 1. Chromosonic is an futuristic textile that pulses color when sound plays. View this image › Chromosonic / Via chromosonic.tumblr.com Invented by Hungarian textile designer Judit Eszter Karpati, the fabric is silk-screened with a dye that changes with temperature and heats up from the wires…

Static Dripping Water Stroboscopic Illusion

This month old video just went viral this morning after being featured on Reddit. Using a stroboscopic illusion created with the sound waves of a speaker, mrbibio seems to have stumbled upon water that stands still in space and time. Of course, it’s dripping like normal, but our eyes and mind perceive it as static. We don’t get it either.   …

Quantum Levitation Wipe Out Race Track

Wired controlled toy race cars on tracks are so 20th century. With new quantum levitation technology, The Japan Instituted Of Science And Technology created a race track inspired by the Wipe Out video games. The video is featured on GamesRadar and TheDailyWhat.    Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2012/01/03/quantum-levitation-wipe-out-race-track/

This Is The Hilarious Thing That Happens When The Sound Goes Out On Live TV

Lots of things can happen on live television. Technical difficulties force anchors to cut away from reporters in the field, temperature glitches happen during weather broadcasts…you really never know what to expect. But that’s half the fun! Sometimes broadcasters handle it with grace and impeccable ease, then there are other times where it’s clear that…

Awesome: When A Little Girl Told Neil DeGrasse Tyson She Wanted To Live On Jupiter, He Completely Shut Her Down

Get ready for the most incredible science win ever, delivered by none other than Neil deGrasse Tyson. Hes pretty much the king when it comes to shutting down people who peddle bad science, but this most recent case completely takes the cake: When an 8-year-old told the badass astrophysicist that she wanted to live on…