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Via: The Slow Mo Guys
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There are few things cooler than slow motion. Well, maybe fast motion, like on Benny Hill.

Anyway, things moving in fast or slow mo always looks cool. Like, for instance, check out this video from the Slow Mo Guys. They filmed a hammer smashing a mirror at 120,000 frames per seconds, slowed it down, and lived in every moment. It’s really cool.

I wish I could be that cool. Unfortunately, I move like a normal person, how ever fast that is. Sigh. Life is bad.

To make it better, here's some fast motion:

win video cool animation defies logic
Via: Mainframe (North)
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Look, when you throw an egg on the ground, it cracks. When you open a faucet, water comes out, not a dish owel. Finally, when you throw a bowling ball down a flight of stairs, it doesn't magically float up into the air. That's the way this works. 

Well, tell that to "For Approval" by Mainframe North, who seems to think that the laws of gravity don't apply to them. Check it out and be furious and amazed:

For Approval from Mainframe (North) on Vimeo.

H/T Sploid


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"Not a WIN"? Well, it's certainly not this:

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lego chinese new year giant rooster
Via: China Daily
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How did you celebrate the New Year? Get drunk? Thought so.

Well, not to make you feel bad, but this dude put together a 200,000-piece Lego Rooster for a Lego float to celebrate the Chinese New Year and the Year of the Rooster.

via Pop Key

 

Commissioned by the Hong Kong Tourism Board, the rooster stands at six-and-a-half feet tall (that’s taller than my dad!) and took five people a month and a half to complete.

Andy Hung, Hong Kong’s only certified Lego Professional builder says, "I wanted to use Lego pieces that resonate with people from the East and impress my audience.

Congratulations, Andy, you’ve succeeded. Now get on that float and take a bow.

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