Brand new trailer for the upcoming movie Avengers: Infinity War. In theaters April 27.
Volumes is computer generated art that merges colors, patterns, and rhythmic movement of billions of particles. Moscow-based artist Maxim Zhestkov, the creator of Volumes, says “They dance, play and communicate with each other in an eternal hypnotic ballet governed by the invisible wind of fate.” This computer generated digital sculpture looks quite attractive in its colors, and its fluid movement.
The wizarding world we know made only a small appearance in the first Fantastic Beasts movie, mainly because Newt Scamander was in America. Fans will have a chance to revisit iconic locations and characters in The Crimes of Grindelwald as the movie returns to familiar grounds. Well, there’s a lot of action in Paris, but you will get to see Hogwarts again, and a young, chill Dumbledore.
CW show Supernatural is headed to the world of the old favorite show – Scooby Doo. This time around, a (magic?) TV transports the duo into the world of cartoons, and they soon realize they’re in Scooby Doo’s world. Of course, this is not the first time the Winchester Brothers will find themselves transported to a (different) TV Show. The Scooby Doo episode is upping the stakes.
The vision was filmed at the Auster Rookery near Australia’s Mawson research station
Australian Antarctic expeditioner, Eddie Gault, left the camera on the ice when visiting the rookery, and it didn’t take long for the naturally curious birds to seize the opportunity for a selfie.
So here’s a dude dressed in kilt, playing ‘Scotland the Brave’ on bagpipes, and bungee jumping. It may not have been the original intention, but the video is a great demonstration of the Doppler Effect.
The Monster is a short film by Director Damien Kazan. Set in the late ’90s, the film presents a coming of age story. The film takes a look at the life of a young teen and (some) teen troubles. One would assume “real” monsters don’t really have a part to play in teen troubles, but in this film, they do. While certainly not your regular James P. Sullivan, I imagine the monster is just an awkward monster, who turns out to be a wingman.
“Clearly, that’s not what The Monster is about”, you say.
To which, I say, I want to believe.
A fidget spinner in space! How long does it spin? I'm not sure, but it’s a great way to experiment with Newton’s laws of motion! pic.twitter.com/5xIJDs2544
— Randy Bresnik (@AstroKomrade) October 13, 2017
So how does a fidget spinner behave in space? Well, now you can know thanks to a video uploaded by astronaut Randy Bresnik aboard the ISS. Checkout the video and see astronauts play around with the fidget spinner in zero gravity.
The Justice League movie had quite a few interesting bits that end up lining for humor – including that CGI mustache. Here’s the ScreenJunkies “Honest Trailer” for the movie for the unsaid lines in the movie and the actual trailers.
A few days ago, we saw Boston Dynamics SpotMini robot opening a door. That’s quite a feat for a bot, but what happens when you increase the difficulty for the robot? Here’s the bot trying to open a door, while a man tries to stop it. The robot continues to persevere in its attempt to open the door, even as the human puts several obstructions in its path.