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Couple Surprised Everybody With This Year’s Unconventional Christmas Tree2m11s

Couple Surprised Everybody With This Year’s Unconventional Christmas Tree

We are all used to the traditional green Christmas trees. Some of us use fake plastic green trees, while others shop for real natural trees from the woods. And there is the third group of people that want to create unconventional trees using recycling materials. This married couple makes different tree every December. This year they decided to use an old tire and cut up lots of PVC pipes, to paint them white and create the tree shape. "My husband and I make an unconventional tree every December. This year we used an old tire painted white and cut up 40 ft of PVC pipe to create the tree shape. A plastic bucket from Home Depot was thrown in to add another large circular shape. After securing each piece with hot glue we used gold painted accents, ornaments, and fairy lights for decorations. Enjoy!" The first few seconds of the video you see them preparing the materials for their Christmas project and start wondering "What the heck are these two trying to do?" But, as the video rolls to its end, you get to capture their initial idea and seconds later, their final product: a gorgeous white Christmas tree standing close to the fireplace. With all the decorations they have put on it, the sparkling metal hanging from the ceiling and the small LED lights, this tree looks way better than the ones we are used to see. Good job you guys. Hope you continue this tradition of making a different tree every year… Merry Christmas!

EmilySeilhamer
Published: December 13, 2017Updated: December 14, 20173,075 views
This Family Created A Christmas Wonderland Inside Their Home1m16s

This Family Created A Christmas Wonderland Inside Their Home

Having the most beautiful yard during Christmas is a lot of people’s dream. If some of your neighbors congratulates you on how your front yard decorations look amazing, that means that you have done a good job. But, why decorate your front door and windows when you can invest your "treasure" and create a little Christmas paradise all for yourself? This family brought Christmas decorations to a whole new level! They’ve chosen to go with less lights outside this year and instead created this "Christmas Room". It's an indoor winter wonderland! As the video starts you think that the guy filming is approaching a Christmas poster, but soon you realize that what you see in front of you is an actual room full of Christmas trees, lights and all kinds of decorations. The tunes of Dean Martin’s song "Have yourself a merry little Christmas" echo all over the room. Tons of small LED lights hang from the ceiling, creating the feeling that you are standing under the stars. The whole room looks like some hidden place in the park and you are standing right in the middle of it. Stepping on a snowy path, a lamp-post lights up your way, leading you somewhere unknown. The North Pole Express mailbox is waiting to be filled with letters addressed to Santa, while the presents are waiting under the tree to be opened on Christmas morning. Watching this video will make Christmas better! What a Christmas spirit this family has…

Chanks
Published: December 12, 2017Updated: December 13, 201774 views
These Christmas Lights Dance To The Tune Of The Trans-Siberian Orchestra3m14s

These Christmas Lights Dance To The Tune Of The Trans-Siberian Orchestra

It is a tradition honored across the ages - people would decorate the outside of their houses and front lawns to celebrate the coming of the happiest time of the year. Even in those warmer regions, where snow is a thing of fiction, people would scatter fake snow to bring the Christmas spirit closer. As time passed, technology became more available and even more affordable, people would go way out of their way to create the most elaborate yard decorations. Hollywood has made a fortune out of movies on this subject! The earliest known viral video of holiday lights on display was uploaded by Carson Williams in 2005, synchronized to the song “Wizards in Winter” by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. The American progressive rock band has released four Christmas-themed albums and it would seem that they are inspiration for many Christmas-decorating fanatics. In this video, a guy in Connecticut has decorated his home with an array of 112 channels which control over 30,500 LED lights through Light-O-Rama software! It is a mouthful to pronounce, but it it still an amazing visual performance to marvel at! We could watch this all day. A slightly different display from the dark twist on “Stay Tonight” by producer and artist Zayde Wølf. Kudos to the guy who could make a Christmas lights display look creepy!

ZingsC7
Published: December 9, 2017Updated: December 11, 20171,111 viewsVirality: 6%
This 3D Arrow Tattoo Looks Incredibly Realistic19s

This 3D Arrow Tattoo Looks Incredibly Realistic

Surely we all have wanted to get a tattoo at some point in our lives. Some of us have probably dismissed the idea, but others have entered the colorful world of tattooing. The guy in this video has a real masterpiece on his chest. This whole footage looks like canvas painting in the first few seconds, but after awhile you realize that this is not a painting. The next moment you think, oh, my God! This guy is hit with an arrow. And then you realize again that you have been lured by the tricky illusion. It's an arrow tattoo that it's actually done by Iron Crow Tattoo in Northern Kentucky. The arrows goes into his shoulder, then comes out of it and in the center it looks like it pierces his arm again. Standing with his arm straight horizontally, this guy looks like he has come back from a battlefield. One big round of applause for the artist that created this work of art on this guy’s arm. It looks very real, but now you must be asking yourself if he's always going to have to stand like that now so everyone can see his new tattoo? Maybe, but one thing is for sure. He is not going to quit after this tattoo. Lots of them are yet to come.

Jaw-dropping Christmas light show tributes 'Skrillex' mashup1m33s

Jaw-dropping Christmas light show tributes 'Skrillex' mashup

Holiday light shows don't always have to have Christmas songs in their display. Sometimes it's fun to put something different in the show to keep your audience guessing. Here's a mashup of several songs from the artist best known as Skrillex. For 2017, this home is running 112 channels through Light-O-Rama software that's controlling over 30,500 LED's! You can catch these lights "dancing" the night away in Connecticut.

ZingsC7
Published: November 26, 2017Updated: November 29, 20172,140 views
Connecticut Home Dazzles Neighborhood With Christmas Light Display1m41s

Connecticut Home Dazzles Neighborhood With Christmas Light Display

It is a tradition honored across the ages - people would decorate the outside of their houses and front lawns to celebrate the coming of the happiest time of the year. Even in those warmer regions, where snow is a thing of fiction, people would scatter fake snow to bring the Christmas spirit closer. As time passed, technology became more available and even more affordable, people would go way out of their way to create the most elaborate yard decorations. Hollywood has made a fortune out of movies on this subject! Here's a fun version of 'Winter Wonderland', synced to a light show running 112 channels which control over 30,500 LED lights through Light-O-Rama software! It is a mouthful to pronounce, but it it still an amazing visual performance to marvel at! We could watch this all day! Previously we told you about this same home owner with a similar setup of lights displaying an amazing spectacle during the remix of “Save Tonight" by producer Zayde Wølf. The song, original sung by Eagle Eyed Cherry back in the 90’s, has a more gloomy feel to it, to say the least, and the performance that these lights give an ever darker twist to it. Still, you just have to watch it!

ZingsC7
Published: November 26, 2017Updated: November 28, 2017827 viewsVirality: 1%
This Kid With His Illusion Ape Costume Won Halloween1m34s

This Kid With His Illusion Ape Costume Won Halloween

Halloween is a holiday that every person on this Earth eagerly awaits for. It is the one day of the year when you get to be whomever you want to be! From witches, vampires and fairies, to the most elaborate, most incredible hand made costumes that the wearers can come up with. DIY costumes are no new thing - people have been improvising their Halloween outfits since day one. But as the time progresses, so does imagination and nowadays, the costumes that people wear on the night of 31 October will play tricks with your eyes and boggle your mind! Don’t wait for us to give you an example, check this kid out! ‘pauliemags’ decided to wow everyone on his cull de sac this Halloween night by dressing himself up in one extraordinary illusion costume. It would seem that Paulie always wanted a chauffeur of his own, but lacking the financials, he got himself the next best thing - a gorilla by the name of Bob to carry him around in a crate. With a stuffed real-size gorilla costume and some spare pants, Paulie has won this year’s Halloween! The way he talks to the ape and stumbles around makes it look like there's really someone under that mask. Wicked!

pauliemags
Published: November 27, 2017107,363 viewsVirality: 1%
Golf Ball Pendulums Shapeshift And Form Amazing Spirals1m19s

Golf Ball Pendulums Shapeshift And Form Amazing Spirals

Pendulum is a weight suspended from a pivot so that it can swing freely. When a pendulum is displaced sideways from its resting, equilibrium position, it is subject to a restoring force due to gravity that will accelerate it back toward the equilibrium position. This is a series of 15 pendulums using golf balls. The shortest pendulum swings 57 times per minute. The next shortest one swings 56 times per minute, and so on, down to 43 swings per minute. This creates some pretty cool effects, the two most ostensible being that at 30 seconds, as consecutive pendulums are at opposing positions in their swings, and at 60 seconds, all 15 pendulums are in sync as they were when they started. All told, this took about 20 hours to construct and tune. The tuning had to be accurate down to the millimeter to obtain the precision observed! When released, the restoring force acting on the pendulum's mass causes it to oscillate about the equilibrium position, swinging back and forth. The time for one complete cycle, a left swing and a right swing, is called the period. The period depends on the length of the pendulum and also to a slight degree on the amplitude, the width of the pendulum's swing. In recent years, dramatic breakthroughs in science and technology have completely transformed our understanding of the golf swing. There is one phenomenon, however, that might deserve the label of “the secret” of power in the golf swing, and that’s the compound pendulum effect.

jbthesing
Published: November 18, 2017Updated: November 21, 20175,227 viewsVirality: 5%
Christmas Light Show Puts Dark Twist On A Cheery Song2m25s

Christmas Light Show Puts Dark Twist On A Cheery Song

96 Channels controlling a little under 30k LED's through the use of Light-O-Rama [LOR] hardware and software deliver an amazing visual performance that you have to see to believe! It is a mouthful to pronounce, but it it still something to marvel at! It is a tradition honored across the ages - people would decorate the outside of their houses and front lawns to celebrate the coming of the happiest time of the year. Even in those warmer regions, where snow is a thing of fiction, people would scatter fake snow to bring the Christmas spirit closer. As time passed, technology became more available and even more affordable, people would go way out of their way to create the most elaborate yard decorations. Hollywood has made a fortune out of movies on this subject! The song used for this LED light show is “Save Tonight" by Zayde Wølf, a.k.a. producer and artist Dustin Burnett. According to the About section on his YouTube channel, Zayde Wølf is the indie rock solo project of Burnett, a chart-topping songwriter and Grammy-nominated producer. What had begun as a movie trailer project had expanded into something unique: a new musical project called Zayde Wølf, which combined Burnett's history as a producer with his talents as a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. You have to admit that the eerie ambient sounds and Dustin’s vocals turn what we know as a Eagle-Eye Cherry’s cheery hit song into a morbid tune that brings no hope for a merry Christmas!

ZingsC7
Published: November 3, 2017Updated: November 6, 20176,441 views
Watch This Mesmerizing Drill Powered Flip Book Animation20s

Watch This Mesmerizing Drill Powered Flip Book Animation

We all have made an attempt at creating a flip book animation on the corners of our notebooks in school, but one artist took it all to the next level by adding a motor for an endless animation! Los Angeles based artist Federico Tobon, also known as WolfCat, loves working with his hands beyond sketching. His latest creation dawned on his Instagram profile back in July and the hearts of everyone exploded with excitement. His creation - a flip book with an edge. He added a drill to provide endless power source for his doodles and the Internet is mesmerized! In an interview for a site called DoodlersAnonymous.com, Federico admits that the process took him about eight hours over the course of several days, with the most labor-intensive part being each of the frames. He ran into a few mishaps along the way, but it was nothing the seasoned artist can’t handle. The inspiration for the drill came from coin-operated motion picture devices called “mutoscopes”. That and another fellow artist with a similar, but more elaborate design, made Federico want to explore the matter further. He had the frames mounted on a spindle, but no box yet, so he improvised with the drill and the viral clip was born! What do you think of this art form? Let us know in the comments.

wolfcatworkshop
Published: August 15, 2017Updated: August 16, 20171,350 views
Mesmerizing Underwater Bubble Ring Art38s

Mesmerizing Underwater Bubble Ring Art

The ocean is a beautiful place. It is so vast and open that you can almost never get bored learning about it and experiencing cool things in it. It seems that one scuba diver thought this as well as they create something amazing beneath the waves of the ocean! During a scuba diving session in Menorca, an island in the Mediterranean Sea, this GoPro captures some mind-bending footage of bubble rings colliding together. How cool is that? Nature is absolutely beautiful. Sometimes you have to take a step out of the virtual world and embrace the environment around you just like the scuba diver is doing here. After all, your smartphone could never offer the same experience as nature can! What did you think of this clip? Have you ever seen something like this before? What cool nature art can you do? We would love to hear what you think so please do not hesitate to leave a comment down in the comments section below! Please share this video with your family and friends as it will surely make them amazed just as much as you were. This is one spectacular clip that no one should ever miss out on!

Victordevalles
Published: August 11, 2017Updated: August 14, 20171,144 viewsVirality: 1%
Epic slow motion underwater bubble rings38s

Epic slow motion underwater bubble rings

While scuba diving in Menorca, an island in the Mediterranean Sea, this GoPro captures some mind-bending footage of bubble rings colliding together. We could watch this all day!

Victordevalles
Published: August 9, 2017Updated: August 10, 201737,757 views
Drone journey above fog and clouds gives breathtaking view48s

Drone journey above fog and clouds gives breathtaking view

Fog and low lying clouds in remote Ontario provided the perfect opportunity for a drone flight. This quadcopter was launched from a small island and taken quickly up past the clouds. The view above was spectacular. After some brief footage of blue sky and sunshine it was time for the drone to return to the island. A view like this is usually only possible from an airplane.

WildCreatures
Published: April 2, 2017Updated: April 3, 20179,769 views