Luca Stricagnoli played the Israel Kamakakawiwo’ole version of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" on acoustic guitar with "reverse slide".
Talented musician Vinheteiro amusingly plugged his Melodica into a vacuum cleaner to see how it would sound with suctioned air.
Hikers in the Scottish Highlands near Loch Fyne looked down to see a rare ice disc spinning at foot of the waterfall below.
For his "Sympawnies" series, composer Noam Oxman draws sheet music in the shape of cats, dogs, and other adorable creatures.
Four dogs at Medical Detection Dogs set the World Record for most medical conditions detected by sniffing out an impressive 28 diseases.
James Quail of Dorothy designed an elegant metallic print that maps out the history of jazz as a circuit diagram of a 1950s phonograph.
Wired spoke with Josh Jacobs, a talented slinky expert who uses a vivid Hyperspring to perform a variety of masterful tricks.
Movie Insider explores the work of NAC Effects to learn more about how they create realistic moving vehicle scenes for TV and movies.
There I Ruined It reimagined the Lady Gaga song "Poker Face" as an upbeat Western Swing tune played by an old-timey string band.
A melodious cockatiel whistles songs to his human after hearing them only once. Included in this list is "September" by Earth Wind & Fire.