How to make a YouTube video about science | ‘Talking Science’ Course #10

YouTube is the second largest search engine in the world and there are over a billion views on learning related videos every day. So, it’s a great place to get your science out there. But if you’ve never made a YouTube video – let alone one about science, tech, engineering or maths – where the Read more…

1,000,000,000,000 Frames/Second Photography – Ramesh Raskar

Doc Edgerton inspired us with awe and curiosity with this photo of a bullet piercing through an apple, and exposure just a millionth of a second. But now, 50 years later, we can go a million times faster and see the world not at a million, or a billion, but one trillion frames per second. Read more…

~How I make my videos~ Part 2: EDITING [CC]

Alright welcome to part two of this three-part mini-series where I show you how I put together a youtube video using this video as an example. Editing is by far the most time-consuming of the five steps I told you about in the last video and where most of the creativity emerges in my videos. Read more…

Early photography pioneer Julia Margaret Cameron: art and chemistry

What makes a truly great photograph? Is it the skill of the photographer or the nature of the subject matter? Sometimes there are stories behind great pictures. And this one involves two pioneers who helped shape the history of photography itself: Julia Margaret Cameron and Sir John Herschel. Cameron, the most significant female photographer of Read more…

Linux Basics – How To Install Ubuntu 16.04

Hello Everyone. Today we are going to Install Ubuntu 16.04 LTS operating system. I boot with Ubuntu 16.04 x64 amd ISO which I downloaded from www.ubuntu.com/downloads All right. This is the first screen we get during the installation process. “Try Ubuntu” means, you can try the OS without actually installing it on to your computer. Read more…

After the Avalanche: Life as an Adventure Photographer With PTSD (Part 2) | Nat Geo Live

In the field, I feel so connected to everything, but then I’d come home and I would feel so disconnected and I started to hate coming home because I wasn’t stimulated. I’d have to sit in this quietness and feel this pain and I didn’t know where it was coming from and I felt myself Read more…

Visual Artist Eric William Carroll | Cameraless Photography

(calm music) – [Eric] Making photographs today is way too easy. It’s great and it’s made for this entirely new language, which I use and adore, but for art it’s become a little too easy. I have to make obstructions, I have to make rules and boundaries to limit myself to make the process a Read more…

We’ve Just Invented the World’s Fastest Camera

Our scientific world is both expanding and getting more precise every day. We’re pushing the boundaries of what we’d ever thought possible…but that means the way we measure that science has to keep getting more precise too. Are we ever going to hit the limit of what we can see…and therefore what we can discover? Read more…

What stretching actually does to your body ft. Sofie Dossi

[MUSIC PLAYING] ANNOUNCER: Thanks to Curiosity Stream for supporting PBS Digital Studios. So stay like this, and then lift up like this. Use this momentum to kick your legs up even if you don’t go all the way yet. And like bend your legs, and see if you can go to just the top of Read more…

Why do mirrors flip horizontally (but not vertically)?

Have you ever wondered why mirrors appear to flip things horizontally but not vertically? For example, this piece of paper that says food, now says doof in the mirror. With backwards letters, of course, but they’re still right side up. How would the mirror know the x direction from the y direction? Another example, if Read more…