A window into another world is what you often see on Gizmodo UK’s ‘Watch This’ page. Showing videos from other sites or made by our very hands, you can while the hours away by checking out awesome timelapses, drone footage, educational videos, viral laugh-a-minutes, or even trailers for upcoming movies and TV shows.
It was over a year ago when we first heard about Star Wars Uncut, the 15-second-at-a-time, crowdsourced remake of Star Wars: A New Hope. And it's now finally available in its entirety for your streaming pleasure.
The 251 candy-colored lights on this MIDI controller are your trippy spiritual guide to the music you're making. Watch the crazy LED test above or this fresh hands-on from the Verge. You gotta experience it, man.
There are two hard and fast rules in this world: "Never go against a Sicilian when death is on the line" and "Never get involved in a prank war in Australia." Or else very bad things will happen to your Holden.
Birds have always fascinated humans. Their flight has inspired writers, artists and engineers to create poems, legends, novels, airplanes and superheroes. The new BBC documentary Earthflight captures this fascination in a way that nobody has before. It's awesome.
Having ditched making hardware after the amazing but ill-fated Dreamcast, it looks like Sega’s dipping its toe, or something else, back into console game – but this time you’ll only find them in men’s bathrooms.
Looks like we’re in for a stormy solar Saturday, as the sun has erupted in our direction again. It shot out an M3.2-class solar flare towards our humble little planet (as you can see above). The resulting stream of charged particles should crash into Earth’s magnetic field on Saturday, and could cause the odd blackout, pretty lights, and conspiracy theorists to go nuts, again.
Dogs, they’re not quite the internet sensation that Cats are, and I think that’s a tad unfair. They can do awesome things too, just like this incredible balancing act. Hell, I’ve tried that many a time over the years and always landed flat on my face.
It never fails. Every month or so, the astronauts at the International Space Station capture Earth in the most amazing, astonishing, rock-your-socks-off way imaginable. Every time it's better than the previous one. This one is the current winner by far.
Since the dawn of time, man has continually sought bigger and badder stunts to prove his mettle. First it was "Slap the Cave Bear and Run." Then it was "Who Can Hold the Lightning Rod Longest." Now, it's "Grab the Inverted Airplane Tail from the Back of a Motorcycle."
With the help of SMBC comics illustrator Zach Weiner, this week Minute Physics tackles the conundrum of why some rocks appear to be naturally round, while others end up flat, perfect for skipping across a lake.