A new service will automatically create a list of videos for viewing based on any search term. You can be as vague or as specific as you like.

Show Me Non-Stop is an online video player that lets you play a continuous stream of videos based on your search term. You can be incredibly specific with the various key words that you type in, such as: ‘rabbits taking a bath,' ‘people falling over stairs' or ‘cute babies laughing.' Show Me Non-Stop would then compile a queue of videos from YouTube and let you watch an endless stream according to your interest.

Show Me Non-Stop is designed by Jamie Wilkinson, Casey Pugh and Chad Pugh. It's powered by VHX, a new video platform that brings online videos together into one ‘streamlined watching experience' and allows users to create their own custom TV experience.

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