How NASA’s Rover Team Reimagined Mars 2020

How NASA’s Rover Team Reimagined Mars 2020

NASA’s rovers on the surface of Mars are revealing answers to some of the biggest questions about our nearby planetary neighbor. And driving this rover – that is, on average, 225 million kilometers away from Earth – requires robust technology and years of development. And it’s about to get even more advanced with Mars 2020.Read More How NASA’s Rover Team Reimagined Mars 2020

Deadpool, Bane and Cats! – AH Animated

Deadpool, Bane and Cats! – AH Animated

Jeremy: Alright, everyone on the tables! Michael: Alright hang on. Ryan: On the table, line up, we figured- Ryan: So we’ve got custom rolls now AND Ryan: We have- Ryan: Custom… Ryan: Models. Jeremy: We told you we’d figure it out eventually! Ryan: And boy was it an “eventually”. Ryan: Alright, starting down here: Ryan:Read More Deadpool, Bane and Cats! – AH Animated

Walks – Overlapping Action

Walks – Overlapping Action

>>Walks Overlapping Action. So overlapping action is very important in walks. In fact, we recognize a walk even when we just see a few key points in the motion. From the timing of overlapping action, we see this psychology experiment you recognize a walk just from seeing the motion of not just the legs butRead More Walks – Overlapping Action

Time Travel in Fiction Rundown

Time Travel in Fiction Rundown

This video is sponsored by the YouTube Red Sci-Fi Series “Lifeline”. For ages I’ve been wanting to make a video analyzing time travel in fiction – not the magical or physical mechanisms by which the time travel is supposedly achieved , but rather, the different ways time travel can influence causality (and thus the plot)Read More Time Travel in Fiction Rundown

MinutePhysics BEHIND THE SCENES – Teleportation

MinutePhysics BEHIND THE SCENES – Teleportation

Last night I was reading and thinking about the impacts of quantum teleportation on teleporting and consciousness and things and this morning CPG Grey just released a video about teleportation and consciousness. So I just couldn’t resist, really really quickly writing up a very quick response video. Sometimes I spend like, days and months workingRead More MinutePhysics BEHIND THE SCENES – Teleportation

Recovering Balance (Old Version)

Recovering Balance (Old Version)

>>Recovering Balance. So then, in some of the earlier tutorials we have talked about how to judge? Whether a character is in balance or not? But in this tutorial, we’ll see how characters tend to recover balance and good example to start with is a character on a tightrope. So, to maintain static balance, theRead More Recovering Balance (Old Version)

How to make a Video Game in Unity – BASICS (E01)

How to make a Video Game in Unity – BASICS (E01)

So here’s the step by step guide on getting started with your first video game. What you see on the screen now is what we’re going to be making through this miniseries. It’s really simple and Arcad(ey) but it’s always easy to add more gameplay elements and cooler graphics at a later point. Right now,Read More How to make a Video Game in Unity – BASICS (E01)

Intro to Jumps

Intro to Jumps

Intro to Jumps. Animating a jump is the ball-bounce exercise of character animation. Here are some animation examples of a character jump. In this video we will focus on the part of the jump when the character is in the air. The first requirement for a successful jump animation is a believable path of action.Read More Intro to Jumps

Have you ever seen an atom?

Have you ever seen an atom?

Have you ever seen at atom? Seeing as everything is made of them, you have. But have you ever seen one on its own? Over time, microscopes have become more and more powerful, allowing us to see deeper into the world of the ultra-small. Traditional light microscopes can be used to see things like theseRead More Have you ever seen an atom?