Impossible Science

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  • 2016
  • 1 Season

Impossible Science is a mind-boggling new show hosted by Jason Latimer, a world-renowned magician and illusionist. The series follows Latimer as he explores the seemingly impossible feats of science and technology through remarkable illusions and demonstrations that leave audiences awestruck.

Throughout the show, Latimer showcases various experiments and demonstrations that center around a specific theme for each episode. Whether he’s levitating objects, walking through fire, or manipulating water with his mind, Latimer uses his extensive knowledge of science to explain the physics and principles behind each feat, and even invites guest experts to help explain some of the more complex concepts.

What sets Impossible Science apart from other science shows is Latimer’s ability to blend traditional magic techniques with science to create sensational illusions that leave viewers questioning what they just witnessed. While the show is educational, it’s also highly entertaining and never feels like a traditional science lesson.

Latimer has a charismatic personality that makes him the perfect host for this series. He’s relatable, funny, and clearly passionate about science and technology. He has a natural talent for breaking down complex concepts into understandable terms, and his excitement for each experiment is contagious.

Another aspect of the show that sets it apart is its production value. Each episode is beautifully shot and produced, with vibrant colors and stunning special effects that never feel overwhelming or distracting. The show also features an impressive array of locations, from outdoor locations like the deserts of Palm Springs to indoor locations like a high-tech lab or a massive water park.

One of the standout episodes from the first season of Impossible Science was the “Water” episode. Latimer shows off some incredible illusions involving water, from making it disappear and reappear to controlling it with his mind. He also meets with experts who explain the science behind hydrophobic surfaces and how they can be used to repel water from a variety of materials.

Another notable episode is the “Fire” episode. Latimer demonstrates some jaw-dropping illusions involving flames, such as walking through a wall of fire or manipulating flames with his hands. He even chats with firefighters who explain the science behind fire and the importance of fire safety.

Overall, Impossible Science is a wildly entertaining and educational show that is sure to captivate audiences of all ages. Whether you’re a science enthusiast or simply enjoy mind-bending illusions, this series has something for everyone. It’s clear that Latimer and his team put a lot of effort into each episode, and the result is a high-quality production that is both visually stunning and intellectually engaging.

Impossible Science is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (10 episodes). The series first aired on September 8, 2016.

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Google Brain & Artificial Intelligence
10. Google Brain & Artificial Intelligence
November 10, 2016
The co-founder of Google Brain, Dr. Greg Corrado, explains the artificial intelligence currently used in many of Google's products and at USC, Dr. Jonathan Gratch introduces Jason to the Virtual Human "Ellie."
SpaceWorks' Reanimation
9. SpaceWorks' Reanimation
November 3, 2016
Deep space hibernation is the next step in the exploration of the final frontier. At SpaceWorks Enterprises Inc., Dr. John Olds and Dr. John Bradford are looking towards a current medical procedure to create the future of space travel.
Rochester's Invisibility Cloaking
8. Rochester's Invisibility Cloaking
October 27, 2016
Learn how to turn objects invisible with the University of Rochester's reflective cloaking device and get a sneak peek at the Optical Physics Department's newest creation: omnidirectional digital cloaking.
Spectral Motion's Biomimicry
7. Spectral Motion's Biomimicry
October 20, 2016
Jason Latimer looks into the world of hyperrealism alongside leading creature effects studio Spectral Motion. President & Co-founder, Mike Elizalde gives us a peek behind-the-scenes at how they bring monsters to life on-screen.
Acoustic Levitation
6. Acoustic Levitation
October 13, 2016
The U.S. Department of Energy is currently using levitation to change the future. Join Jason Latimer andŠDr. Chris Benmore at Argonne National Laboratory to explore the Advanced Photon Source and the practical ways we're using levitation to change lives.
Dr. Chen Bio-Printing
5. Dr. Chen Bio-Printing
October 6, 2016
Jason Latimer takes a look at the world's first rapid 3D bio-printer. Latimer meets with Dr. Shaochen Chen, professor of Nanoengineering at the University of California, San Diego to discuss the future of 3D printing living and moving structures.
Hyperloop's Super Speed
4. Hyperloop's Super Speed
September 29, 2016
Jason Latimer finds out how close we are to commercially traveling at nearly the speed of sound. Latimer interviews Dirk Ahlborn, CEO Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, to learn how a community of engineers are going to revolutionize high speed travel.
Meta's Augmented Reality
3. Meta's Augmented Reality
September 22, 2016
Jason Latimer explores the next wave of augmented reality with Meta's Chief Product Officer Soren Harner. The company's new Meta 2 headset and development kit helps merge reality with the digital world.
Ekso Bionics
2. Ekso Bionics
September 15, 2016
Jason Latimer gives insight to the future of bionic suits. Latimer interviews Russ Angold, co-founder and CTO of Ekso Bionics, to understand the applications of bionic suits that enhance one's potential.
Emotiv's Mind Reading Tech
1. Emotiv's Mind Reading Tech
September 8, 2016
Illusionist Jason Latimer explores the latest advancements in mind reading technology. Emotiv CEO Tan Le shows us how the company's newest EEG headset wirelessly converts brain activity into commands for other devices.
Where to Watch Impossible Science
Impossible Science is available for streaming on the Comic-Con HQ website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Impossible Science on demand at , The CW and CW Seed.
  • Premiere Date
    September 8, 2016