The Scientists Who Study Whale 'Defecation Events'
Whale poops fertilize ocean ecosystems, and also contain a wealth of information for marine scientists.
Artist Creates Absolutely Epic Geometric Drawings on Beaches Around the World
Jim Denevan wanders from beach to beach carving ephemeral illustrations that can only be appreciated from above.
[Premiere] Glass Ghost's New Music Video Is Half-Virtual Reality, Half-Suburban Wasteland
Today, Glass Ghosts breaks down the boundaries between real and virtual with their new music video "Home for the Holidays."
Escape the City with an Aerial Montage of Some of the Most Beautiful Places on Earth
Celebrate Earth Day early with 'Beyond,' an audiovisual experiment designed to take you "Beyond the city, beyond the noise, beyond the buzz of our always-on world."
Gritty Timelapse Recasts San Francisco as Gotham City
The only thing missing from this timelapse is the Bat Signal.
Soaring Over San Francisco Looks Even Better in 4K
Carbon Studios takes you on a high-flying helicopter tour above the Golden Gate Bridge.
Las Vegas Looks Like a Circuit Board from 10,800 Feet
Even Sin City looks cute from two miles above sea level.
It's Smooth Sailing Over Chernobyl in This Drone Footage
This submission to the very first New York Drone Film Festival takes you on a frigid vacation to Pripyat, Ukraine.
Cow Art Is the New Land Art
Farmer Derek Klingenberg's drone captures a birds-eye-view of his massive bovine "sculpture."
Daring Photographer Captures Night Photos of NYC Skyline from 7,500 Feet
Photographer Vincent LaForet shows us that nighttime in New York City looks even more stunning from a helicopter.
Retirement Community Makes Surprise Appearance as Modest Mouse Album Art
"I'm sorry. Whose album cover?" asked the park's general manager.
Here's How Reuben Wu Created The Alien Landscape Of Xu Xu Fang's New Music Video
Director Reuben Wu used timelapses, remote-controlled aerial cameras, and Processing-driven projections to create his new music video for Xu Xu Fang.
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