The burger drop shot, where the ingredients of the world’s most perfect food appear to fall from the sky and perfectly stack themselves upon landing, pops up a lot in fast food commercials. But seeing what it takes to realize this footage without computer graphics makes you wonder if it’s worth all the effort.
Say goodbye to London, because it’s about to become Earth’s second moon.
Dutch history meets modern energy initiatives in artist Daan Roosegaarde’s latest installation, which uses beams of green light to visualize the movement of the country’s windmills.
Find out where Prometheus 2 could be headed. Plus a fan theory makes a good guess at where American Horror Story's fifth season might be set. Guillermo del Toro updates us on Crimson Peak and the Pacific Rim sequels. And another classic Disney character is coming to Once Upon a Time. Spoilers now!
I don't know if the new Mad Max: Fury Road is going to be good or bad. All I know is that the trailer is pure eye candy made of real brutal stunts, crazy camerawork, and a varnish of pitch-perfect digital effects. It really looks amazing. I think I'm ready for yet another 80s revival film, despite the lack of Tina…
Welcome to Reading List, Gizmodo's Saturday afternoon collection of the best articles from around the web this week. What have we got today? Good stuff from Slate, The New Yorker, Outside Magazine, National Geographic, and more.
The first official Game of Thrones season 4 trailer is out at last, and it looks fantastic. April 6 seems so far away. Now I need another shot of House of Cards.
Tilt-shift videos use focus to trick viewers into thinking they are seeing tiny miniatures in motion rather than full-scale reality. This extraordinary work by Keith Loutit found by PetaPixel pushes the envelope even more and, for the first time ever, it animates the camera focus with quite surreal results.
Insane stunts, redneck car jumps, and crash test failures—these crazy videos are the most popular car videos in the history of the internet. Some are really mesmerizing. Watch all of them here.
While Photoshop has become an integral tool for photographers, there's an added level of awe when you see an amazing photo created without the use of digital manipulation. Which is the exact reaction you'll have to Nadav Bagim's WonderLand series.
Mmm, mind-bending USB lollipops, the "delicious new confectionary uses cutting edge Sensory Substitution Technology to transmit vivid emotive images into your mind's eye." Wait, what? Tripping via USB? Shockingly, it might actually be legit. It may seem like a total sham (and the "email for availability" link on the…
Behold the Masked Karimbah, the first character to make the jump from the mind of comic book artist Paul Pope to the real world, thanks to the magical toy elves at Kid Robot. The image above is Pope's artwork for the packaging of the two-piece figure that'll get an exclusive limited edition release at this year's San…