How to Build your own PC Computer
This is the place where I collect cool videos for visitors to Science on the Brain.
In the most modern video games, software engineers are doing a lot of work to simulate physics. This lets the games look and feel more and more realistic. You can see, for example, how physics makes this soft-body simulation look realistic:
How to build a giant teddy bear:
Very nice NOVA video about the great pyramid in Egypt and how it was built:
This video is interesting because it is done using the "physics engine" inside a popular video game called Half-Life2. It is only recently that video games have had enough physics realism that something like this is possible. The creators have taken different objects from the game and arranged them in a unique sequence.
These are long, but wow can you learn a lot...