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.
Still can't quite shake the feeling that your school gym teacher is sneaking up behind you on the back of a fiery dragon steed? This video will explain everything you need to know about why your brain dreamed it. Stupid brain.
I'd be certain Michael Bay's behind this Asus EeePad Transformer 2 teaser video, if it weren't for the suspicious lack of explosions. Everything else is so amazingly, hilariously, gaudy-ing-ly over-the-top that you can't help but want one.
If you can't be bothered reading all the facts and details about the first Ice Cream Sandwich phone, the Galaxy Nexus, just wrap your eyeballs around this video for all you need to know. One thing I want to know is whether Samsung and Google had to pay Disney to use that Tron-like imagery. [YouTube]
Recovering from an oil disaster isn't just horrific to endure—it's massively difficult and massively expensive to soak it all up. But what if we didn't need an army of oil-wiping humans? What about cleaning boats that sail themselves?
My new favorite thing that anyone ever asked Siri? Are you bulletproof. Even better is the answer, in the form of an armor-piercing incendiary round from the mouth of a Barrett M82 sniper rifle. iPhone 4s go boom, anyone?
Want to have your brain blown for a few minutes today? Dip your head in some physics, and realize that there's no such thing as pink. Scientifically speaking, that is: it's just something our brain makes up.
You don't need to be a physicist, a PhD student, a geek, or even a member of the Insane Clown Posse to appreciate the awesome capabilities of superconductors and magnets as demonstrated in this video by Tel-Aviv University.
This video of the blazingly fast CubeSolver II setting a new world record for solving a Rubik's Cube is all the more impressive given it's built with LEGO Mindstorms and powered by a Samsung Galaxy S II.
We know the iPhone 4S is a killer still camera—perhaps its greatest selling point—but how about video? Do the new guts and 1080p bump make a big difference? Yes. A giant yes. See just how amazing for yourself.
Modern haunted houses don't feature rubber bats and bowls full of peeled grapes masquerading as eyeballs, they screw with your phobias and recreate nightmares. I thought that going through with a thermal cam would be less unnerving. Wrongo.