Ladies and gentlemen, geeks and geekettes, let me present you… the The USS Enterprise, Mach II! Who knew that geek and redneck culture could attain such a state of perfect symbiosis? [Via Digg]
This 5-minute clip, (made as an educational video for use as an introduction to classroom lecture), shows the history 100 years of visual effects as seen in some of the most notable movies of the past century. Can you identify them all?
Yesterday’s DJs used scratch tables to perform. Today’s are using digital media consoles. Here’s a brief view into what DJing may soon become. I only have one thing to say after watching this: “Holy crap, this this awesome!”
Apparently Jessica Biel could kill your computer. According to McAfee’s annual report on the riskiest celebs to search for, the 27-year-old actress’ name poses the biggest threat when it comes to viruses, spyware, and other online threats popping up in search results. Search terms like “Jessica Biel photos” and “Jessica Biel screensavers” have a 1 [...]
Realized by Esteban Diácono using “Adobe After Effects, particular v2, soundkeys and a little starglow,” Let Yourself Feel is a short computer-generated animation featuring colored smoke dancing to the beautiful sound of Olafur Arnalds‘s music. [Via Geekologie]
Gamer is an upcoming scifi movie from Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor featuring an online multiplayer game called “slayer” in which players control real human beings as game characters. The film is set to be released on September 4, 2009.
Bluetooth rotary phone handset This is either brilliant, pointless or just brilliantly pointless. It’s simply an old fashioned style telephone handset adapted to hook up to your cellphone via a Bluetooth connection. To be fair, using it in public is likely to have you committed to an institution. However, in the home, it could be [...]
Produced by Ben Harber and Sean Mullen from the Irish School of Animation, blip is a short 3d animated film that features two alien trying to take over the same planet.
Machu Picchu Post is a splendid little 3d film realized by Supinfocom Arles students Clement Crocq, Margaux Durand-Rival and Nicolas Novali. The movie depicts the antics of a young Peruvian boy, his Llama and a Pilot who goes through a psychedelic experience filled with Peruvian iconography and mysticism.
Little Big Love is an award winning stop-motion short in which a tiny robot falls in love with an electric kettle. The whole project was written, directed, and animated by Tomas Mankovsky with a total budget of less than $500.
Well, it’s Friday evening folks, so right before going to bed, be sure to sit back and watch this absolutely gorgeous video of the Kuroshio Sea tank, which is located at the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium in Japan. This thing holds around 7,500-cubic meters (1,981,290 gallons) of water and features the world’s second largest acrylic glass [...]
By Mic Mell Guest Blogger We all love a good fight scene, and sometimes we love a bad fight scene even more. After some research, we have found six fight that can only be described as WTF moments. From the poor choreography to the horrible dramatics, these scenes are guaranteed to leave you saying “SO [...]