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Baby Uses iPad

This video is from 2010 and was barely seen until recently. Now it has gone completely viral. People love babies, and people love iPad. A baby using an iPad is just pure gold. Maybe the fact that a baby can use an iPad so well just proves that Apple products are made for babies. Does…

Michael Bay Walks Off Stage During CES 2014

Michael Bay is well known for his outrageous action blockbusters, but public speaking? Not so much.  During a Samsung promotional speech at CES 2014 in Las Vegas, Bay’s teleprompter failed. He became so flustered, he simply apologized and walked off the stage.  Now, countless copies of this embarrassing clip have exploded across the web.    Read…

1960′s Hover Scooter

Vintage video channel BritishPathe brings us this classic clip from the 1960′s of a new vehicle invention. They appropriately call it the ‘hover scooter’ as it’s a mix of a hover craft and motor scooter.  The video is featured on Gizmodo and Devour.    Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2012/04/17/1960s-hover-scooter/

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/

There Is Now A Sequel To “Flappy Bird” And It Is Even More Impossible

Swing Copters will make you hate helicopters, hammers, and life. BF_STATIC.timequeue.push(function () { if (BF_STATIC.bf_test_mode) localStorage.setItem(‘posted_date’, 1408636665); }); BF_STATIC.timequeue.push(function () { document.getElementById(“update_posted_time_3424231”).innerHTML = “posted on ” + UI.dateFormat.get_formatted_date(1408636665); }); 1. Remember Flappy Bird? The game that made you hate everything about the human condition? Flappy Bird / Scott Bryan youtube.com   2. Well, now its…

If You Haven’t Tried It, You Should: Why Disconnecting Builds Real Connections

It may be the scariest word in our present vernacular: disconnect. It’s eerie. Bogged down with questions: How will people reach me? What if something important happens? How will I connect?  Our connection to the digital world – the Internet, our iPhone apps, all-consuming social media networks – they have become how we define ourselves: “I…

Racing On A Track Made From Lights

Oil company Castrol recruited a team of world class drivers to attempt a first of its kind race. Driving in pure darkness. The only illumination in the race would be the track which is made out of dynamic beams of light. It’s a race against the light. In one day, this new video has amassed over one million…

Google+ Refresh Commercial

Just when you were about to forget that you have a Google+ account at all, Google has refreshed their lagging social network. Now when you go to your profile, you will see a very similar page and layout to another very famous social network that also just refreshed their interface, complete with their new portray…

Curta Mechanical Pocket Calculator Explained

Today, we take digital consumer electronics so for granted we often forget that just two generations something as simple as a calculator was a marvel of engineering and technology.  Actually, before electricity, mechanical calculator machines had been around for centuries. But only Curt Herzstark was able to successfully make a fully operational, portable mechanical calculator, which was named…

Cake Decorating Robots Are Here

Baking a cake is simple compared to frosting and decorating right. One slip up and the entire cake can be ruined. Thankfully, we’re in the 21st century, and cake decorating robots are here. This video by food industry company unifiller is a year old, but is trending now. Their high tech robots can frost and decorate a…

Robotic Mobility Device Brings Freedom To Paraplegics

Different forms of wheel chairs have been around for thousands of years with little new innovation to help disabled people. Turkish scientists have finally made some strides forward with their new Tek Robotic Mobility Device. Read more on SlashGear and Gizmodo.   Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2012/03/20/robotic-mobilization-device-brings-freedom-to-paraplegics/