Nov 192012
 

The adrenaline obsessed dare devils at  are back with another sweaty, nerve racking, exciting video. A group of daring kids strapped into a very special, retrofitted school bus for some sweet school bus drifting.

Now that’s a school bus ride will be excited to get on for once. Viewers feel similar, as the video from last week already has over 120,000 views.

 


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Nov 192012
 

This viral video by  was posted in the summer, but has started to trend again now, garnering over 250,000 views just over the weekend.

The video features an adorable cockatoo ‘singing’ along with South Korean super star PSY‘s hit single Gangnam Style, and has recently been covered on Telegraph, DigitalSpy, DailyPicks, and BIOTV.

 


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Nov 192012
 

Music Hack Day at MIT is an international 24-hour event where musical nerds of all kinds collaborate to change the music world through technology innovation.

For ‘s project, he connected a simple wireless heart rate monitor to his computer, and by using special software, is able to manipulate the tempo of a song.

His program took his heart rate, divided it by the original tempo of the song, and used that number to control the rate of song speed. 

To demonstrate his invention, he performed jumping jacks while Carly Rae Jepsen’s Call Me Maybe was playing. As his heart beat increased, so did the speed of the song. It’s quite an experience. 

Over the weekend, the video went viral, garnering over 150,000 views. It has also been featured on Geek, NowMSN, and TheDailyWhat

 


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Nov 192012
 

 published this creative impressions reel just over a year ago, but it has only started to trend now. Over the weekend, it has been featured on TastefullyOffensive, AndPop, and Reddit

Instead of just posting a boring old impressions reel like every other impressionists online, Ross Marquand made a one-of-a-kind impression-intervention. With himself. 

 


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Nov 192012
 

Kelvin Doe is only fifteen years old who grew up in the poor West African country of Sierra Leone. Even though, or perhaps because, the electricity is rarely working in town, he began to learn and invent all through reverse engineering and teaching himself. 

Now, he has become “the youngest person in history to be invited to the “Visiting Practitioner’s Program” at MIT.” 

 published the human interest story just last Friday, and already the video has amassed over 90,000 views. The video is also featured on popular forums, like NeoGaf, BlackVisions, and BodyBuilding

 


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