Musician Eli Gilbert performed a beautiful folksy cover of The Beatles' song "Blackbird" on banjo giving the song a rustic feel.
Big WR turned his bicycle into a hands-free version by removing the front mechanics and attaching skateboard wheels to keep it upright.
Veritasium visited NSWC Carderock to learn how navigators are trained to handle any size wave in the world with an "indoor ocean".
Jimi Hendrix made his television debut while playing backup guitar for Buddy and Stacy during a 1965 performance of "Shotgun"
eli_handle_b.wav edited scenes from "The Witcher 3" and "Cyberpunk 2077" to feature Ace Ventura in incredibly unforgettable appearances.
Lazlo Buring brilliantly reimagined the iconic Pink Floyd song "Comfortably Numb" as played in the highly distinctive style of Dire Straits.
Danny MacAskill created "Postcard From San Francisco", a short film where he showcases his skills at some of the city's most iconic sites.
Noah Lefevre of Polyphonic looks at the dark history of popular nursery rhymes and why the subject of so many are so very creepy.
Steve Mould explained why a solid ball will go into a spiral rather than falling off a spinning turntable, specifically at a ratio of 7:2.
Jay Foreman looked at the legacy of the previously unrecognized Harry Beck and his designs of the London Tube.