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8 Million Flower Petals Rain Down On A Village In Costa Rica

By • Apr 4th, 2014

A glorious eruption of vibrantly-colored flower petals – 8 million of them – has flooded through a small village in Costa Rica. Perhaps the most surprising thing about this advertisement stunt is that these billowing waves of petals are real. It took the creative team behind the endeavor and the inhabitants of the village more than two weeks to collect the 8 million flower petals used, which ended up weighing about 3.5 tons.

Model Gets Un-Photoshopped (You Won’t Believe What She Actually Looks Like)

By • Mar 11th, 2014

The fashion industry has provided women with an unhealthy and unrealistic idea of what it means to be beautiful, and videos that expose how Photoshop and other digital manipulation tools are used to achieve this have become very popular. And that’s exactly what this video is about – that is, until things start to get weird…

Social Experiment: Would You Help A Freezing Child In Need?

By • Feb 20th, 2014

SOS Mayday, part of the SOS Children’s Villages action network in Norway, released a heart-wrenching social experiment video to raise awareness of displaced children in Syria who lack coats to weather the winter. In the video, a young boy sits at a bus stop in Norway, shivering from the winter cold because he doesn’t have a coat. Compassionate passers-by stop to help the boy and give him their coats, gloves, hats or scarves, and all of it is captured by a hidden camera.

A Simple Trick Makes These 3D Gifs Pop Out Of The Screen At You

By • Feb 17th, 2014

A new trick has been circulating among gif creators that allows them to create animated images with a convincing 3D aspect. The trick is simple but deceptive – these gifs’ creators use white lines to split the images into 3 panels. That way, elements of the animated images can “pop” out of the frame in front of the white lines and toward the viewer.

6 Iconic Images Re-created In One Uninterrupted 50-Second Shot (VIDEO)

By • Feb 10th, 2014

In one uninterrupted 50-second video shot for the Sunday Times, British director duo Us and advertising firm Grey have captured six iconic images from modern culture. The video is an amazing look at movie magic, showing us in just how many different ways cinematographers can fool the eye and manipulate their world. And after the awesome video blows your mind, check out the making-of below, where the magic is revealed.

Musician Shows How Fake Celebrities’ Looks in Music Videos Are (VIDEO)

By • Jan 22nd, 2014

Hungarian musician Boggie (Csemer Boglarka) has created a beautiful and intimate music video for her song Nouveau Parfum that shows how women’s features and looks can be distorted by music video effects. As she sits and sings, a made-up video editing program goes over her face and makes gradually more noticeable changes.

Mind-Bending Ad Uses Anamorphic Illusions & Forced Perspective To Fry Your Brain

By • Oct 28th, 2013

Honda has created an amazing and mind-bending advertisement for their CR-V using anamorphic optical illusions and forced perspective. Taking a page from the Rayban sunglasses ad, they create a series of optical illusions involving their vehicle that will make you double-take and question what you’re seeing. By forcing your mind to accept a certain perspective, they are able to create seemingly impossible situations – without the use of CGI!

This Trippy Video Will Give You Natural Optical Hallucinations

By • Oct 11th, 2013

This trippy video from ScienceForum has been tested and approved by Bored Panda staff as a way to experience mild hallucinogenic effects. If you watch the video and follow the instructions, you should experience visual waves and distortions for anywhere from 1-5 minutes. The repetitive patterns in the video create recurring psychological stimulation that continues after the video has stopped.

Surfers Set The Sea on Fire With Flares

By • Sep 17th, 2013

Professional surfers Bruce Irons and Sam McIntosh have come up with a simple trick that makes surfers, who are usually already fun to watch, look like flaming wrathful ancient Japanese or Hindu gods. The flares on Irons’ board reflect off of the water around him, making for an other-worldly sight.

Hypnotizing Timelapse-like Ageing Video Turns Child Into Grandmother

By • Sep 11th, 2013

Filmmaker Anthony Cerniello, together with a team of animators and a photographer, has created what is possibly one of the best face-to-face look at the aging process. “The idea was that something is happening but you can’t see it but you can feel it, like aging itself,” said Cerniello.