New trailer for The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. The movie will be released on December 13.
After working two years at a company that makes videos, and seemingly having worked crazy hours, this girl just decided to call it quits. She did it in the way of her job, quitting with a dance video that showed her gripes and her reason for quitting. Clearly, this should be the new standard.
Inspired by the work of Ross Ching, photographer Bruce Wayne Berry Jr. shot this video titled The Day Wonderland Stood Still…. Also taking inspiration from the scene in the Nibiran Jungle in Star Trek: Into Darkness, this video takes a look at an empty Philadelphia through the eyes of infrared photography.
Shot around the car of rally racer Sebastien Ogier, this slow motion video shows several angles and views that cannot be quite appreciated at normal speed. In slow motion however, you see them clear and realize the effort that must go into driving, and the skill that is required for rally racing.
Box, produced by Bot & Dolly takes the viewer on an engaging and lovely journey into the world of projection mapping. The effects and reactions of mapping and animation on the moving surfaces is quite a sight to behold.
Here’s the first trailer for Disney’s Frozen, set to be released on November 27.
London based motion designer Marcel Piekarski animated the numbers using simple shapes and objects like glass and plastic.
No time to read Stephen Hawking’s A Brief History of Time? In just two and a half minutes, Alok Jha explains why black holes are doomed to shrink into nothingness then explode with the energy of a million nuclear bombs, and rewinds to the big bang and the origin of the universe.
A new TV spot for Thor: The Dark World gives us another peek at what’s coming on November 8.
Gentlemen, if you’ve ever wondered what more to do with that magnificent beard of yours, open your heart to the gospel of Incredibeard, and let this dude preach you the gospel of eating food right from your beard. Hit ahead to take a look at the video of him eating ramen from his beard bowl, then go on to see him eat fast food handsfree, all thanks to the beard.