“This video tutorial is to show you how to create the color isolation effect, aka, the “Sin City Effect” in Adobe Photoshop.” – YT
Educational internet TV channels and videos
“A scientific explanation of why people perceive the colours of the dress differently. I’m in my third year of neuroscience at university and I thought I would try to explain my understanding of why this optical illusion exists, and why we perceive the colours differently.” – YT
“A weekly show where knowledge junkies get their fix of trivia-tastic information. This week, John looks at words invented by authors.” – Yt
If you haven’t seen Interstellar yet then you should do so at your earliest convenience. It’s a mind-blowing science fiction movie that leaves you pondering on life itself.
But how realistic is the science behind Christopher Nolan’s epic opus? Neil deGrasse Tyson has some thoughts on that very subject.
It’s often worth remembering that which part of the world you are born in is all down to luck. Nothing more, nothing less.
Which means it’s indicative that you explore other cultures and get to know their unique customes and habits. And you’re never too young to start.
“Tattoos are permanent, but is science getting close to finding a way to safely remove them?” – Yt
“A weekly show where we debunk common misconceptions. This week, Elliott discusses some misconceptions about getting sick.” – YT
If you cut the bottom of a cupcake off and put it on the top to make a cupcake sandwich, would it still taste just as sweet?
While not everybody has either the inclination or the money to travel the world, the luckier, pluckier individuals tend to get out and explore the world.
The really lucky ones do this when they’re young, before they settle down and have responsibilities, jobs, partners, and children to worry about.
“A new study shows that going to bed at the same time each night can be extremely beneficial for children, but do habits and rituals really help?” – YT