This is a really simple yet amazing project. It uses 4 lenses to control light in such a way that it renders an object invisible.
Epic journey to the most inaccessible places on Earth
After being chased down by two falcons in Lake Michigan, an owl goes for a leisurely breast stroke in the water. A photographer in Chicago has managed to capture some remarkable footage of a great horned owl swimming. Yes, swimming.
Time lapse of a model getting her hair and makeup done to match every decade from 1910 to 2010.
Brusspup, which is undoubtedly the best YouTube channel for all sorts of sciencey tricks and illusions, recently released this video that uses four lenses that bend light in a way to make objects appear invisible.
I’m not sure how it works, for me that it’s all magic.
UK-based filmmaker Danny Cooke, armed with a camera and a radiation dosimeter, spent a week exploring Chernobyl and the nearby abandoned city of Pripyat in a way we haven’t seen before – using an airborne video drone. His breathtaking video, called “Postcards From Pripyat,” exposes the sheer scale of this ghostly post-apocalyptic landscape.