Nov 052012

This video was originally published last March, but it only went viral now over the weekend after being covered by Fark, NowMSN, Reddit, YourDailyMedia, and VideoSift

 designed and created this very unique machine which sorts colored candies, such as Skittles. A tiny camera inside the device looks at each candy to determine the color, and drops the piece down the appropriate chute. People who suffer from OCD are touting the machine as utter genius.

Now, the older video has over 150,000 views, and is continuing to trend. 


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Nov 022012

 is one of YouTube‘s most popular video bloggers. He was recently in Europe and had the fun opportunity to meet Steve Ellison, a savant with the ability to name nearly any famous person just by offering him their year of birth and death. 

The video, simply titled ‘Human Wikipedia!‘ has gone viral outside of his usual fan base, and is further featured on Mashable, TheDailyWhat, CBSNews, Vulture, and TwirlIt


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Oct 312012

This video by  was published online way back in 2010, but it has only gone viral now after being featured on Reddit.

Just like the girl who went viralviral with her eyebrow dance routine (who also got started on Reddit), Frank has started to trend for a routine of his own.

Only his routine is with his hair. And it’s a doozy. 




His ‘face dancing to music’ bit is even better. 


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Oct 302012

Super nerd  took this year’s Halloween Jack-O-Lantern to the next level. He made a fully working and operational Tetris-playing Jack-O-Lantern, complete with a joystick stem.

Now, the new video of the creative lantern has gone viral, and is further featured on UberGizmo, LaughingSquidNeatoramaSlashGear, and WebProNews


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Oct 292012

, or Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, has again published a robot-themed viral video. For their latest robotic presentation, the new Pet-Proto bot traverses through a special made obstacle course using autonomous decision-making. 

Many viewers can’t help but notice the creepy robot video is perfect for Halloween. The new video is further featured on Wired, CBSNews, EnGadget, and Time


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