Trailer for the new Werner Herzog documentary about the internet, Lo And Behold: Reveries of the Connected World, in which monks are found to tweet.
An NPR reporter retraces a snowy owl’s flight from a beach in Maryland to an island in Canada.
In the video for Kaytranada’s “Lite Spots,” a robot best friend learns how to dance.
The theremin is one of the oldest electronic musical instruments in history. The “theremini,” its new little brother, is flat-out adorable.
Google’s new “Art Camera” is set to travel the world, taking ultra-high-resolution “gigapixel” images to digitize a series of artworks.
Berklee pianist Tony Ann plays a medley of familiar ringtones.
Drones outfitted in LEDs accompany traditional Japanese musicians for a performance in front of Mt. Fuji.
Two artists go on a Tinder date, each agreeing beforehand to make a film.
We asked writers and thinkers to tell us: What were the most important events of 2015—and what were the least?
When you’re not doing anything meaningful, why do it yourself?
Winston Hacking animated his video using fingers instead of computers.
Like a Stonehenge in the present day, the Clock of the Long Now is a project to build a clock that can operate for 10,000 years.