Video Briefly: Live Roundabout, Guided Meditation, New Star Wars Footage

Video Briefly: Live Roundabout, Guided Meditation, New Star Wars Footage
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Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Watch a live stream of a Netherlands roundabout, a guided meditation video for people who hate meditation, new behind-the-scenes footage from Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

  • Bored? Wish you were out enjoying the world, driving around roundabouts? Well, wish no more — now you can watch a roundabout in action, in the heart of the Netherlands. It’s kinda fun.
  • It’s been too long between drinks for The Walking Dead, so here’s a the first look at a new season, direct from Comic Con. The show’s sixth season is due to start up in the US on 12 October, with Australia (FX) not far behind.
  • Did the New Horizons space probe really pass Pluto this week, or was the entire world taken for a ride? Gizmodo explores the “evidence”.
  • GE has developed new software that is capable of generating real-time 3D views of our internal organs instead of using ultrasounds. See it in action here.
  • Here’s the full, HD trailer for the DC Comics’ Suicide Squad movie that recently debuted at Comic Con. Joker looks freaky.
  • Fans at San Diego Comic-Con were treated to a special behind-the-scenes video of Star Wars:The Force Awakens this week. Watch it here.
  • Also at Comic-Con, HBO showed the audition tapes of some of the most popular characters from Game Of Thrones. Notable appearances include Pedro Pascal as Oberyn Martell, the ever-glaring Jaqen H’ghar by Tom Wlaschiha and a slightly risqué showing from Natalie Dormer as Margaery Tyrell.
  • “Gradually, let the horse-shit of the external world fade from your awareness… If your thoughts drift to the three-ring shit show of your life, bring your attention back to your breathing.” Brilliant.
  • What does a tear look like at the microscopic level? It’s more interesting — and beautiful — than you might expect. Dutch photographer Maurice Mikkers recently captured a few really amazing close-up images of the most precious human body fluid: view them here.
  • It’s officially the weekend! That means it’s time to curl up on the couch with a bowl of popcorn and some new flicks. Gizmodo has assembled the best space movies on Netflix. Check out the trailers here.