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Vsauce comprises a number of YouTube channels created by Michael Stevens and other YouTubers. The channels are known for producing videos relating to various scientific topics, as well as gaming, technology and other topics of general interest.
On July 30, 2007, Michael Stevens opened the main Vsauce channel. The channel started uploading videos after the 2008 United States Presidential election, with early videos containing video game related content presented by different hosts. However, certain segments such as IMG slowly took over and Michael Stevens became the sole host. The channel then graduated to a mix of information and online activities, and solely educational segments popped up. The educational segments became more popular, and since September 9, 2012, only the solely educational segment (known as DOT) has been presented. Stevens revealed in an interview with Brady Haran of Sixty Symbols that the name Vsauce came from a random name generator.
Vsauce was one of the fastest growing channels during September 2012. During September 2012, the main Vsauce channel reached 1 million subscribers. In the same month, Bill Nye appeared in one of the main channel's videos, which focused on the joke, "Why did the chicken cross the road?"
Stevens details in the video A Defense of Comic Sans that the text font Alsina is used by the Vsauce channels because of the close resemblance it has to the handwriting of Nik Guinta, the creator of the Vsauce logo.
Channel statistics are as of April 29, 2013
The main Vsauce channel depicts founder Michael Stevens discussing an array of topics and questions, such as "Why do we dream?", "What if everyone jumped at once?" or "How big can a human get?"
Vsauce2 is a channel that has 5 recurring segments, that cover unusual knowledge and technology. The five segments include: MindBlow, FAK, BiDiPi, WAC, and 54321. Vsauce2 also includes The Vsauce2 Leanback. Kevin Lieber is the main host of the Vsauce2 channel.
MindBlow is a segment where Lieber showcases current inventions that are useful, of significant value to society, or are simply humorous. FAK (which stands for Facts And Knowledge) is a segment about trivia.BiDiPi (which stands for Build it, Draw it, Play it) is a segment where things that were built and drawn by people from all around the world including Vsauce fans are submitted to Vsauce and the best ones are showcased on the show.54321 is a segment where Kevin covers four topics, each having one, two, three, or four things related to each other according to order shown, giving a short summary of each, and then ending with five word problems or riddles.WAC (Weird Awesome Crazy) is a segment that focuses on people who participate in unusual activities from around the world.
Vsauce2 also created an April Fools joke segment called PAB, (which stands for People Are Boring), in which Kevin treated normal, everyday events like they were unusual.
Vsauce3 is a channel that is dedicated to games. There are currently 5 recurring segments: HeadShot, Game LÜT, DONG, App All Knight, and 9bit. This channel is hosted by Jake Roper, although some videos feature Joey from another channel called Clan of the Grey Wolf.
HeadShot is a segment that discusses video games and how they are connected to real life, and the science that is in these games. Game LÜT displays merchandise that is pertaining to video games. App All Knight talks about new apps that can be bought on the App Store or Google Play. 9bit details facts about video games.
WeSauce is a channel that shows off works from the fans of the Vsauce channels. The channel only features the "Your BiDiPi" segment.
With the exception of BiDiPi and some of Vsauce's older videos, the music has always been composed by Jake Chudnow. Chudnow should not be confused with the host of Vsauce3.
All three channels use his music in their videos. One of the most recognizable pieces of his music is Moon Men; it's used in the original Vsauce channel and is often played whenever Michael Stevens asks a question to the audience. Another piece of music used in the main channel is titled "145 (poodles)" and is played often when the audience is made to think. "Flan" and "Going Down" are common songs played at the closing of videos. Meet Men and Party (All Night) and Banana are also often used in Vsauce 2 & 3.
Collaborations and other appearances 
Vsauce has collaborated with Henry Reich of Minute Physics on two videos: Guns in Space and What if the Earth were Hollow?. Vsauce has also collaborated with Periodic Videos. As aforementioned, Bill Nye appeared on a Vsauce video in September 2012. On February 28, 2013, Michael Stevens appeared on James May's "Head Squeeze" YouTube Channel.Stevens has also joined Truthloader in a live Google hangout with Jacque Fresco, Roxanne Meadows, Jay Famiglietti, Steve Mould, and UNEP's Nick Nuttall in which they discussed the issue of overpopulation. Stevens also spoke about the main Vsauce channel and topics he present on the channel during a TEDTalk at TEDActive 2013.
See also 
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- Rocco Penn (August 19, 2012). "If everyone jumped at once, not much would happen". Techi. Retrieved September 18, 2012.
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- Simon Usborne (January 30, 2013). "How to explain absolutely anything: Academics pick apart mysteries of the cosmos on YouTube". The Independent. Retrieved February 3, 2013.
- Amanda Walgrove (September 17, 2012). "Vsauce And Bill Nye Dissect The Classic Joke, ‘Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road?’". What's Trending. Retrieved April 29, 2013.
- "'A Defense Of Comic Sans': Vsauce Gives History Of The World's Most Hated Font (VIDEO)". Huffington Post. February 13, 2013. Retrieved April 29, 2013.
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- Daniel Hurwitz (April 16, 2013). "TV on the Web: Why are there limits on human size?". USA Today. Retrieved April 19, 2013.
- "The 5-second rule for dropped food is dangerously optimistic". MSN. December 2, 2012. Retrieved April 18, 2013.
- Jacqueline Howard (August 26, 2012). "What If Everyone On Earth Jumped At Same Time? (VIDEO)". The Huffington Post. Retrieved September 9, 2012.
- "'A Defense Of Comic Sans': Vsauce Gives History Of The World's Most Hated Font (VIDEO)". The Huffington Post. February 13, 2013. Retrieved March 24, 2013.
- Bailey Johnson (October 1, 2012). "How hot can it get?". CBS. Retrieved October 10, 2012.
- "Watch: Why do humans have two nostrils?". SciTech. CBS. Retrieved November 21, 2012.
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- Eric Limer (November 10, 2012). "How Many Pictures Have Ever Been Taken?". Gizmodo. Retrieved November 21, 2012.
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- Patricia Hernandez (April 15, 2013). "One Hour of Call of Duty Warfare In Real Life Sure Would Be Expensive". Kotaku. Retrieved April 19, 2013.
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- Michael Stevens (April 23, 2013). "How Much Money is There on Earth? (Chudnow's name appears in video's description)". Vsauce. YouTube. Retrieved April 29, 2013.
- Keith Shaw (August 27, 2012). "Science Monday: MinutePhysics teams with VSauce for a What-if-a-palooza". IT World. Retrieved September 9, 2012.
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- "How Does Glue Work?". HeadsqueezeTV. YouTube. February 28, 2013. Retrieved April 6, 2013.
- Kate Torgovnick (April 24, 2013). "How much a video weighs and why the chicken crossed the road: 13 great questions from Vsauce creator Michael Stevens". TED-Ed. Retrieved April 29, 2013.