This is some footage of Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela conductor Gustavo Dudamel edited by Frederik V Thelander with animations that coincide with his very animated style of conducting movement. The result, well, the result is exactly what the internet was made for. "Actually, what I--" DAMMIT AL, FOCUS ON CLIMATE CHANGE.
Keep going for the whole video while at least two people write me arguing Al Gore didn't invent the internet because they're on the wrong side of history.
Thanks to DT, who informed me he's seen something similar done with adult movie scenes. *looking around for girlfriend, she's nearby* Really? That is news to me.
This is a super short video of a piece of reinforced concrete pipe being unloaded from a flatbed trailer. Honestly, I was not expecting that. Like being...
This is a video of a Taekwondoin performing a 720-degree spinning kick and successfully breaking four boards in the process. Should he be disqualified for breaking the...
Because the internet knows what the people need, this is an almost minute long video of four young fluffs strutting along to the Bee Gees' 'Stayin' Alive'...
This is a short video of Shaq entering the mosh pit at the Tomorrowland EDM festival in Boom, Belgium. Man, he moves through that pit like a...
This is a video demonstration of a 3-D printed animation created by Twitter user Harvey Newman. By pulling the piece of plastic through a light beam it...
Note: Keep your volume in check, not a silent transformation. Because this is the internet and the internet will provide, here's a video of Neil deGrasse Tyson...
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, catch that weight!
, computer graphics
, having a great time
, hit that ball!
, oh internet
, some people are so clever
, thanks internet!
, well that brought me surprising joy
, what the internet was made for