It uses computer-controlled actuators that move the water in perfect synchronization. The computer software uses fluid dynamics algorithms to calculate the necessary motions. The whole think looks like a computer rendering, but it's real.
Are you thinking what I'm thinking? Finally, a way to write love letters to Ariel without smearing the ink! She, uh -- she still can't talk, right?
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This is video of a science experiment demonstrating laminar flow (not to be confused with heavy flow, which may warrant a super-max tampon). Since I suck at fluid dynamics to the point of hosing my legs every time I take a piss (even sitting!), here's a copy/pasted explanation... / Continue →
This is a video from Youtuber Brusspup of a stream of water appearing to fall to the ground in a zigzag pattern. Presumably because it's hipster water and a regular flow would be -- wait for it -- too mainstream. I'll be here all week, folks.
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This is Alice Finch and her 400,000-piece LEGO replica (including interiors!) of the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. If I was six, and that was in my house, my parents wouldn't even have to hire a babysitter. They could leave knives and bleach right out on the kit... / Continue →