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The Most Satisfying Video in the World

Don’t know about you but my Monday kinda feels like this:

Mondays

If you’re in need of motivation to kickstart the week or just the strength to survive it, you might like this video. The Most Satisfying Video in the World treats you to a 5-minute compilation of ingenious engineering, ball-run contraptions, and perpetual motion machines. The visual feast awaits.

[via Ufunk]

Zapatou’s “Best of Web 6” is an Adrenaline-Fueled Thrill Ride

You’ll remember Luc Bergeron (aka Zapatou) for creating wonderful mashups from popular videos. In the latest of his Best of Web series, Bergeron combines 253 clips into a mega mashup that’s sure to thrill you. Check out “Best of Web 6” below.

The complete list of contributing videos can be found here.

[via Wimp]

Flying Eagle’s Point of View

You may have seen our previous post about of a Peregrine Falcon killing a duck in mid-air. If you’ve ever wondered what it must be like to fly on an eagle’s back, this little compilation from YouTube user Srachi lets you vicariously soar through the skies and view life from the bird’s point of view.

[via Laughing Squid]

Russian Life Seen Through Dashcams

Thanks to the dashboard-mounted cameras on motor vehicles, we get to see life in Russia like we never have before. Recently, many Russians uploaded their dashcam videos of the meteorite that exploded over central Russia and injured more than a 1,000 people.

This little compilation of dashcam videos shows the variety of life in Russia from jet flybys and car flips to spilled milk cows and a round of fisticuffs. It is set to wonderfully enthusiastic music from Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71a”. Enjoy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkk7yryBHQs

See more dashcam compilations on YouTube.

[via The Guardian]

Filmography 2012: The Year in Movies

2012 has been a year like no other. Like she has done for the past two years, video editor Gen Ip captures the highlights of the year in film though a most captivating compilation.

From Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter to Zero Dark Thirty, Filmography 2012 splices together scenes from over 300 movies, an inclusive list that contains big budget action flicks, horror films, indie movies, animated tales, documentaries, and bottom-of-the-barrel b-movies. Gen Ip weaves together the scenes and common themes that we see in film year in and year out. Take a look back at the year in movies with Filmography 2012.

For a full list of the films used in the compilation, be sure to visit Gen’s blog.

[via The Verge]

This “Workout Fails” Compilation Will Exercise Your Laughing Muscles

I love exercise as much as the next couch potato. When done right, exercise helps to tone and improve one’s physical and mental health. However, when the workout train take a turn to FAILtown, my laughing muscles certainly get a good stretch.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6CZbjiRHsM

[via @thelawry]

Lights Over Lapland

This labour of love took Chad and Linnea Blakley three years to create. What started out as a summer job in Abisko National Park, Sweden quickly turned into an obsession, and Chad found employment at the park’s Aurora Sky Station. Hunting for the phenomenal light display became his day (and night) job.

His time-lapse video of the swirling aurorae over the Swedish skies is composed from 2,000 hours of footage and is free from any type of colour correction. Have a look at the Lights Over Lapland below.

[via Mashable]

Go Right: A Moving Tribute to 2D Platform Games

In this wonderful montage, YouTuber user RockyPlanetesimal captured footage from a slew of 2D side-scrolling platform games from past and present. Accompanied by “A Wild and Distant Shore” by Michael Nyman, Go Right pays homage to that old video gaming trope, when all else fails, go right.

[via Ufunk]

People Are Awesome!

Human beings are capable of so many things, and being awesome is one of them. Here is a compilation of different clips that shows how very crazy, athletic, and awesome we can be.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yKWoPlL2B8I

[via Kottke]