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.
In the following video, you’ll see how pistol shrimps use their claws in a surprising way to incapacitate preys and predators alike.
Who knows how much is paper and how much is special effects in this ad made in response to a challenge from Hewlett-Packard. The finished product, named “Invent” is impressive! Created by Matt Robinson and Tom Wrigglesworth. Music by Round Table Knights. [via I Am Bored]
Located at the RMIT School of Art Gallery in Melbourne, Australia, DATAFLUX 0.1 is a new media gallery installation that investigates the possibilities of using live software codes to render synesthetic audio and visual experiences. The installation uses a counting mechanism to step between scenes and sequences. Projections are beamed onto a motorised mirror allowing […]
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 Andrew Sparkes Guest Blogger As part of an on-going series, we’ll be looking at the features that top hardware, software, and websites already have and imagining the features it would be logical and useful to add in the next update. Today we’re examining Facebook. Facebook goes through hell every time it has a redesign. […]
Have you ever seen someone dump his hands in a tub of liquid nitrogen and quickly pull it off without having it frozen in the process? Yes, this is possible, thanks to what is called “the Leidenfrost Effect.” The Leidenfrost effect is a natural phenomenon in which a liquid, (in this case liquid nitrogen), contacts […]
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 […]
By Xavier Lanier Guest Blogger I’ve been using a mobile internet device for the past couple of months and have enjoyed the experience so far. My MID of choice is the Viliv S5 and I’ve used it much more than I expected to. I’m a Web publisher and spend most of time online, so it’s […]
Written and directed by Carlos Lascano, The Can was realized for a program organized by Red Bull and the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. We’ve also featured Mr. Lascano’s work in the past when he released A short love story, a short film that was produced using similar animation techniques.