음치, 박치, 음. 알. 못이 들려주는 악기 미니어처 연주┃Ant Orchestra Performance with Miniature Instruments

음치, 박치, 음. 알. 못이 들려주는 악기 미니어처 연주┃Ant Orchestra Performance with Miniature Instruments


Ants are ♪dun-dun♪ working ♪dun-dun♪ hard today as well Ants are holding instruments instead of food?! Is this an ant anthem? Looks like real instruments, just smaller Small instrument models! What are these?! They’re detailed, realistic miniature instruments Miniature instruments?! 5.5cm, super small trumpet! Contrabassoon is 12.5cm long! Is the maker an instrument expert?! I don’t know anything about music and I don’t play any instruments ding ding ding ding The school bell rings, rings, rings *Reaction of WOW Video subscribers* This is an ant orchestra, hundred ants are performing on stage An… Ant orchestra?! [Violin] [Flute] [Bassoon]
All 100 instruments are exquisite! [Horn]
Each instruments have different playing methods, [Trumpet]
and he reenacted the shape of ants’ mouth & hand perfectly! Wow, the quality of the instrument tho… I made them 100% with wood The only exception are copper wires used for 4 string instruments He put the same number of strings on string instruments and perfectly set them up! Harp’s made exquisitely with copper wires The grand piano is the most elaborate piece he made He connected the complicated strings inside, and fit 88 piano keys in a 9cm piano! But why did he choose ants? Ants work very hard I wanted them to play my instruments diligently It has a symbolic meaning According to the coordination of the instruments, there are string quartets, elegant piano performances of classical music, and harmony of oriental & western instruments! (Can we get more fusion Korean classical music in here?!!) He’s been making miniatures for 5 years The shape of this miniature is almost same with this model Although he can now make complicated woodwind instruments by only looking at pictures, he says the making process is always difficult! He made a 1mm sized hole and carves components one by one & puts them in 60-70 of these components are in one instrument Artisan made it one by one He’s trying his best to make masterpieces It’s a work that requires high concentration Why did he start making miniature instruments? I was interested in music since my teenage years But I was tone-deaf, with no sense of rhythm In his teenage years, he felt discouraged about music Back then, I had a couple of friends in the band club who played instruments Since I have no talent in music, I only envied them He lived normally after that 5 years ago, he accidently saw something on the newspaper Seeing the orchestra arrangement on stage gave me a sudden epiphany I thought, ‘What if I make these classical instruments?’ That’s how he started making miniature instruments For the last 5 years, he made around 200 pieces and has been enjoying music in a different way Are you gonna continue making them? Of course Although my eyes are getting dim, I enjoy doing this, so I’ll continue

Enjoy A Five-Course Feast – Of Insects | MAKING MAD

Enjoy A Five-Course Feast – Of Insects | MAKING MAD


SHAMI RADIA: We think that actually they can
easily be incorporated into people’s daily lives. Instead of having nuts or crisps while
watching, you know, the football you can have some roasted crickets. COMM: At most restaurants you’d probably
complain if you found a bug in your dinner. But at Eat Grub, that’s exactly the point. SHAMI RADIA: Eat Grub is a start-up and we
focus on something pretty special. We focus on promoting insects as a food source. They
are tasty, nutritious and sustainable. COMM: Co-founders Shami and Neil are seeking
to change attitudes about the use of insects in cooking. NEIL WHIPPEY: We knew that there were quite
a number of countries that were actually eating insects on a daily basis. SHAMI RADIA: There is a lot of travelling,
going to countries where, you know, I was given lots of different food and at one of
the places they took me to Malawi where I tried termites, flying ants for the first
time. I tried them and I thought they were really nice. And then doing a bit more research
about sustainability, how much, you know water is used in agriculture – whereas, actually
insects are a sustainable source of protein. Crickets are 69% protein, really high in things
like, iron, calcium, zinc. They have the complete nutritional profile. We call them ‘the original
super food’. NEIL WHIPPEY: One of the first things we did
is we actually got all our mates around and we found a place that sold frozen locusts
online. So, we ended up with chilly and honey locusts that we had roasted in the oven. And
the thing we mostly learned from the research was that we didn’t actually know how to
cook insects. So, we realised we had to get a chef on board and, yeah, that’s where
Seb came in. SEB HOLMES: You wanna try one? COMM: Neil and Shami reached out to Seb Holmes,
professional chef and owner of Thai street food restaurant Farang. SEB HOLMES: Nice? Just need a beer with it,
right? SEB HOLMES: They came along and organised
meeting me in a, in a pub in Shoreditch and it’s kind of, like, a bit of dodgy drug
deal. I met them there and they got loads of Tupperware containers out with different
insects in. So, at the moment we use four insects very regularly which are grasshoppers,
mealworms, crickets and buffalo worms. NEIL WHIPPEY: So, these ones are known as
the Acheta domesticus, which is known as a house cricket. And they have got taste like
a, quite like a nutty shrimp and if you roast them with soy sauce they actually have a slightly
bacon-like taste. NEIL WHIPPEY: So, sustainable bacon. What’s
not to like? SEB HOLMES: Compare it to cooking, say, dried
shrimps or peanuts, more than cooking a chicken breast or like a lamb shank. But the methods
still are the same. NEIL WHIPPEY: So, we are sitting in what will
be the restaurant on Sunday. By day it’s a Thai restaurant called Farang and our chef
Seb runs that and then every last Sunday of the month, we run Eat Grub: the ultimate insect
pop-up. SEB HOLMES: It’s kind of like, it starts
with a snack. It’s like Pandan Crickets, which is like a nutty salt and pepper crickets
basically. SEB HOLMES: And then we go for a cricket flower
Miang. It’s got, like, fresh ginger and peanuts, coconut served in a betel leaf. SEB HOLMES: And then after that we have a
play on Tempura Shrimp. We have Tempura Grasshoppers because people call them as prawns of the sky. SEB HOLMES: After that we go for a meat grub
salad. So, it’s like a crispy vermicelli noodle salad with buffalo worm. SEB HOLMES: And then served alongside that
we have a Som Tam Salad, Green Papaya Salad… SEB HOLMES: .. made fresh in a pestle and
mortar. We just use crispy smoked crickets rather than shrimps as you would traditionally. SEB HOLMES: And then to finish off we do a
grasshopper praline ice cream. SANDY: Did I enjoy the meal? Yes, I did enjoy
the meal very, very much. It was like a little food adventure. So, one that stood out for
me was the very first course, which is, kind of, like insects wrapped in betel leaf. I
have never tried anything like this before. Super like loads of different textures together
with the insects inside the leaf. It was perfect. If they were on a menu combined with something
super interesting, I would definitely try again. COMM: Eat Grub continues to grow with Neil,
Shami and Seb planning more pop-up restaurant experiences in the near future. SHAMI RADIA: We feel that, you know, it’s
one thing me telling you to try insects but it’s another thing if you are able to come
down, try some of the food for yourself and then go away and tell 10 other people how
amazing the food was. NEIL WHIPPEY: We are trying to change this
a bit by creating really positive, exciting and most of all tasty experiences.

Bodybuilder’s Supersized Fake Muscles Could Kill Him

Bodybuilder’s Supersized Fake Muscles Could Kill Him


COMM: Professional muscle man Valdir Segato has biceps measuring a staggering 23 inches,
and a colossal chest span of 47 inches. COMM: But the Brazilian bodybuilder has had to go to
extreme lengths to achieve these impressive guns. COMM: The oil Valdir uses is a mix of fatty acids, pain killers and alcohol. When injected,
it gives the impression of muscle growth. However, if used incorrectly it can cause
infections and has even been known to be fatal. COMM: Valdir has been interested in bodybuilding since childhood. COMM: Now Valdir turns heads everywhere he goes. COMM: But not all of the attention he gets is positive. COMM: His friends have expressed concern about the effects these injections may have on his health. COMM: Now Valdir is hoping to further inflate his bulging physique despite having bad experiences
with muscle enhancing substances in the past. COMM: Despite all this, Valdir refuses to slow down in his quest and hopes that his massive muscles will one day bring him fame and fortune.

The Boy Whose Skin Grows Too Fast

The Boy Whose Skin Grows Too Fast


DEDE FASCIANO: Harlequin Ichthyosis is a severe skin disorder. It is a genetic disorder that’s
inherited at birth. For Evan, it is the most severe form of Ichthyosis. Dede: Time to cozy snuggly? Evan: Yeah and put my sweater!
Dede: You want to put your sweater on? JOE FASCIANO: It is a condition that affects his skin and it makes it very, very thick and scaly. DEDE FASCIANO: Ever since Evan has been born
we, you know, knew right away that there was no cure and there were only treatments. COMM: Delivered nine weeks early, Evan Fasciano spent his first 58 days in hospital. DEDE FASCIANO: Evan was diagnosed two days prior to birth. We have never heard of Ichthyosis
prior to hearing it from the doctors before he was born. It was hard because we really
didn’t know what to expect and it was scary just hearing the information that was available
at that time, in 2010. Hearing that a lot of babies might not survive, I remember looking
at him though he was covered up, it was just a relief for me to see his tummy go up and
down. COMM: Evan is the only one in his family who suffers from Ichthyosis. COMM: There’s no cure for the condition, so Evan follows a strict regime to manage
its symptoms. DEDE FASCIANO: The bathing process is really important for people with Ichthyosis because
their skin is growing ten times faster than the average person. We bathe him because we
need to exfoliate his skin; we need to make sure his skin stays clean, since his skin
is at risk of infection, everything has to be very clean and sanitary. The amount of
skin that comes off is absolutely crazy! Since his skin is so severely dry, he needs to be
coated with an emollient to prevent it from cracking or ripping. And it’s a, more of
a protective barrier. He’s usually very happy and giggly when he gets Aquaphor. Okay,
arms up high in the sky! Okay, can you stay still please? You’re being silly. He can’t
sweat so he can overheat very easily, he can go into heat stroke very easily, he can
have seizures. We’re constantly pushing fluids, drinks, food as much as we can. Just
to keep him up on the calorie intake. We were always a little bit nervous that we would
have to get a feeding tube just because of the infection risk with surgery. He rarely
complains about anything! COMM: Evan’s condition can draw unwanted attention. JOE FASCIANO: There’s been instances where people have made bad comments and you do your
best to stay positive. DEDE FASCIANO: We would never want Evan to
feel uncomfortable going out in public. He does sometimes seem to be a little shy when
he notices people staring at him, I don’t want him to react negatively. I would rather
live a positive lifestyle and not let some stranger who was being rude ruin his day. COMM: Evan is happily settled in pre-school. DEDE FASCIANO: He’s pretty much known as
the rockstar in his school. Everybody waves to him; he literally doesn’t put his hand
down when he’s walking in the hallway. I’ve gone to his school quite a few times to teach
the students about Ichthyosis, just that they are curious about what’s going on with his
skin and every time I go in there he is right up in the front row, you know, helping me
teach the other students. COMM: And Evan’s parents hope that he will continue to lead a happy life. JOE FASCIANO: I want Evan to be somebody that people can look up to. Somebody that people
can say, “Wow, he’s got a lot of challenges, his appearance isn’t the same but he can
teach people a lot of things and he can differently be a big positive influence for a lot of people
with similar disorders.”

Spider Vs Wasp In Battle To The Death

Spider Vs Wasp In Battle To The Death


COMM: This battle between a spider wasp and a wolf spider marks the start of one of nature’s
grizzliest fights for survival. COMM: Spider wasps are so called because they hunt spiders, not because they are an arachnid.
The spider wasp’s sting is one of the most painful insect stings known to man. COMM: Its opponent is known for its agility
and speed as well as having great eyesight. COMM: Striking with its venomous stinger, the wasp attacks the spider over and over
again, paralyzing its prey. COMM: But the ordeal is far from over. COMM: Dragging the helpless spider back to its den, the wasp lays its egg in the spider’s
abdomen. COMM: Making the unsuspecting spider a living host. COMM: Ultimately, the parasitic lava will
consume the spider from the inside out.