Kurtis Baute is a Canadian STEM educator who focuses on innovative teaching techniques. In this amazing one-take video, he describes the history of the universe using dominoes. The nine-minute run is the second-longest run of dominoes in history and required a warehouse to hold it. See his Youtube channel here.
Sameulina Wright and Ryan Kuhn were mechanical engineering students at the University of Michigan. Their movable, solvable 1,500 pound Rubik’s Cube was installed on North Campus last spring. See how they made it! Full video here.
High up in the Atacama desert, among the driest places on Earth, is where lithium is mined. This “smart phone juice” is what runs the batteries that power our lives, from phones to electric cars. View in Youtube.
There are tons of viral videos of houses with twinkle lights programmed to music, but what about a dorm room? See what happens when University of Nebraska engineering students don’t want to study for finals. (Note: ASEE endorses studying for finals!)
Graphics have obviously come a long way since the first video games. The 8-bit Guy shows you how and why the oldest gaming graphics worked, and how programmers learned to code them! When you’ve watched this, head to his channel to watch the next videos in the series.