The Top 5 Guys Who Do All The Movie Trailers All In One Limo
If you had a group of people narrating your life, this would be the group. I would throw in Morgan Freeman in there as well. This clever skit combines the most recognizable voices to every major movie trailer you’ve watched.
I did not expect that at all - look at them right side up and see what happens. This is the result of a campaign shot by Anuschka Blommers and Niels Schumm for Dove that demonstrates the Thatcher effect
Leap - Allowing You To Navigate Your Screen Like You’re In The Minority Report
My level of want has risen to unexplained levels. I’m sure it isn’t very practical as a mouse, however it looks like a blast. What’s more impressive is the technology behind it. I guess the UI in the Minority Report is pretty real now.
You can see all my photos, tags, comments. Basically, instagram without your phone. The only thing you can’t do is upload your pictures from your computer. But you can login and it has plenty of features.
So for those of you who are addicted to instagram, you don’t have to keep checking your phone for updates anymore, you can refresh your profile to check the comments, or look at the feed to see new pictures being uploaded by your friends. You can also comment back and do pretty much everything you want.
Myers wanted to take his work one step further by creating a scene that gives a sense of motion. “I don’t want that dead portrait look anymore,” he says. “So I want to actually make a scene, something that appears to be happening that isn’t really happening. So you’re not only getting the 3D effect that’s a lie, it’s an effect, because of the screws, but then you’re getting another effect that the fan is actually in motion and that something is actually blowing off the page.
“So it’s kind of a test to see how far I can push this material.”
Myers worked with filmmaker Benjamin Pitts to show us how the piece comes together in a beautiful, short documentary. While watching Myers bring it to life is amazing enough, listening to fellow artists describe his technique will give you a whole new appreciation for his work. “These are special,” one artist says, “and they’re very labor intensive. It takes many, many, many man hours. It takes a lot of hours to do an oil painting, but this is an oil painting and a sculpture. And painting on screw heads is not as easy as it is on a flat surface.”
Fluids that dance in such a way that it leaves you completely hypnotized, especially set to beautiful music.
Like a music video for the scientifically minded, the short film below explores the unusual world of ferrofluid, a liquid which acts a lot like a gelatinous magnet. The second installment in an ongoing series of experiments, the film was made by Singapore based photographer/videographer Afiq Omar, who edited it with a distinctly dark and rhythmic style that’s as intriguing as it is creepy. Omar’s goal was to create something using ‘analog’ effects, so what you see here uses few modifications after shooting, showing the utter weirdness of his subject material and his talent as a videographer.
First Test jump was a total success listen up everybody - I am back on earth:) You already now what happened but I just wanted to post a couple of words in respect to all of you. I know you have been with me - all the way UP and Down!! I am still stoked and can’t find the words to describe what happened today at 7 30 AM. Anyway, I have seen a lot of happy faces on site and nothing else matters. The happiest one is probably my buddy and suit guy Mike Todd, who was the first on in the dessert to pick me up. I stepped of at 21.818 meters and reached 587 km/h. Free fall time was 3 min 33 seconds. There is only 2 more guys who skydived from a higher altitude. No 1 is our friend Joe Kittinger and No 2 is Roger Eugene Andreyev from Russia! Pretty small club, isn’t it. Love you all FELIX, going to bed now before the party start here in Roswell