Interesting Mathematics

Did You Know About the 200-year-old mathematics behind half the internet

This video is from Improbable Matter discusses how Fourier Transforms – breaking up signals into individual waves – allows lossy compression of sound, images and movies like the one you are watching now!

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Protoweb – Reviving the ’90s Internet! (Overview & Demo)

Today Michael MJD is exploring Protoweb – a web restoration project with a goal of bringing old ’90s-era websites back to working order! Protoweb:

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Most PRIVATE Video Watching Apps!

This video is from Naomi Brockwell: NBTV. When you want to watch videos on your phone, you’re probably using an app whose dual role behind the scenes is to gather as much information about you as it can. It observes all of your actions, and adds all this information to a database about you that […]

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Is the fastest GPU ALWAYS the best?

Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 4090 is a GPU that’s been rumored to be a power-hungry beast since it was first leaked. Is it really that bad? And can its gaming performance possibly justify its massive price tag?

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Robotics Video Production

Camera Robots that Speed Across the Room

Here’s a fascinating look at how robots and slow motion cameras create the most amazing visual effects.

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Video Production Virtual Reality

Is Video Game Tech the Future of Filmmaking?

The Mandalorian was groundbreaking in more ways than one. Check out this video to see how video game rendering and mixed reality open up new creative possibilities for filmmakers. Hyper realistic cars created in Unreal Engine could replace the need to shut down major roads to film a car chase or crash. As Unreal puts […]

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