Archive for the ‘How it’s made’ Category
Two weeks ago we covered YouTuber mcwolles‘ remarkable full-motion illusion appearing to show M.C. Escher’s impossible Waterfall in real-time operation. Those of you hungry for an explanation may be interested in this diagram from Boing Boing reader David Goldman, who thinks the video was shot using forced perspective, with a model as illustrated, in two cuts spliced together at the 0:45 mark.
Take a stroll around the shops of Vnukovo aircraft repair plant – the center of technical service and repair of civil aircrafts of domestic and foreign manufacture.
How microwave ovens are made… In Russia –
Soviet brand “Horizon” used to make TV-sets, but afterwards it began producing irons, fans, vacuum cleaners and air conditioners. The same factory situated in Belarus, but under another brand, produces microwave ovens. So, today we will show you how microwave ovens are produced.