Crayons are a popular drawing tool for today's young artists. The average North American kid uses 730 of them by the age of 10. Discover how crayons are made in this video from The Science Channel's "How It's Made."
Meet Milo, one of the most commonly used motion control systems in Hollywood. Milo can get shots that need superhuman strength and accuracy. Watch this video from The Science Channel's "Science of the Movies."
During the filming of Exploding Piano, Tory, Grant and Kari perform "Blue Milk," "Burn the Piano" and "Organ Grinder," among other favorites. Learn more in this clip from Discovery's "MythBusters" series.
Fire-breathers are safe from flames when they angle their heads up as they blow -- see what would happen if they looked down instead. Check out this clip from Discovery's "Time Warp" series to learn more.
Nearly 4 feet long, the curved Katana sword is made of steel folded 5,000 times. Its blade soars through this tatami mat, as dense as a human torso. Check out this clip from Discovery's "Time Warp" series to learn more.