A big wave machine constructed Pool Surf Lakes, in Queensland, Australia.
Surfing from the sand to the sea In Hobart, Australia, Theo starts with a surfboard from a dune, and ends at the sea. Hitting a wave, makes a big jump before landing in the water.
Huge wave of 18 meters “swallows” a surfer On Thursday, November 8 at Nazaré Portugal, the young Australian Russell Bierke tried surfing a huge wave of 18 meters. But the wave threw him into the water and a second large wave kept him for a long time without breathing. Ο Lucas Chianca (winner of Nazare Challenge 2018) He arrived with a jetski to help. All well finished as the Bierke managed to come out on the surface unharmed.
Dolphins surfing Dolphins off the coast of Esperance town in Australia, have fun surfing on big waves.
Dolphins surfing In the South-West of Australia the investigator Dave Rigks was trying to grab shots of white sharks, When he noticed a flock of dolphins to "surf" and to play while waiting for the waves.
The most dangerous waves in the world The most dangerous and unpredictable water wave in the world created on the Western Australian coast, called "The Right". The surfers Ryan Hipwood returns trying to "conquer" the huge wave that in 2012 nearly cost him his life. Music: Besamusca Team - The Final Stand.
Legos playing drums Building a Lego Technic machine that activates some piezoelectric magnets, and plays drums with a music production software.
Cleaning a ring with ultrasonic A diamond ring is placed in an ultrasonic cleaning machine. From the first seconds, we can see the results of ultrasonic cleaning, which sends ultrasound waves (with a frequency of 20 kHz to 170 kHz) in liquid (water or other solvent).
A smart automatic gate for cars Made in Australia, the gate "Oz Autogate" opens mechanically on its own when approaching a vehicle. Thanks to a smart mechanism, the gate rises with the weight of the vehicle as it proceeds on a metal ramp. Then it closes slowly, thanks to a hydraulic cylinder.
Incandescent steel strip out of control A fault in the production line of a steelworks, removes a large strip of incandescent steel. Fortunately, the machines stop after a few seconds without any accident.
Kangaroo in the snow As Australia is suffering from a severe cold spell with blizzards, kangaroos recorded on video running on the plains covered by snow near Goulburn, southwest of Sydney. Images that are at least unusual.
Tsunami in a water park In the marine park Yulong Shuiyan city Longjing China, 44 tourists were injured in a massive wave created in a pool. Many of the guests were in fractures "tsunami", caused after damage to machines that produce waves.
Surfing along with dolphins In the southern coast of California, A surfer will live a unique experience. As he made surfing the waves, the Alden Blair was visited by a flock of dolphins who wanted to swim next.