Here we go.
YouTuber Joe Santagato and his friends each put a… mouth… opener… thing in their mouths and the others try to guess the phrase the person is saying.
The video says it’s based on a concept by James Corden but I would probably watch these guys over him any day. Hiiiii-larious!
I tend not to feature 360 videos just due to incompatibility across mobile, smart tvs, etc., but this is the first one of these that I feel allows for proper examination of the subject. This is already a knockout year for tornadoes and it’s only May. Yikes.
Produced by Save The Children, this is a particularly poignant take on the “1 second a day” videos that can be found on YouTube, but adding in the element of the Syrian refugee crisis. It’s devastating but very well done.
Sent in by Eva N.
To donate to Save The Children (specifically to help Syrian refugee children) click here.
A clever ball-drop maze with the added tweak of having magnets and metal balls involved. Very cleverly done. I like it.
“The style and tone of the animation was inspired by the James Bond title sequences. The music was a rejected song from the newest Bond film, Spectre, sung by Radiohead.”
Enjoy the rest of your Friday everybody! See you next week.