Incredible and amazing would be understatements to use in describing this project. Artist and filmmaker Anthony Cerniello shows the nearly imperceptible process of aging through this mind blowing video. The clip is titled Danielle, possibly as a reference to Anthony’s friend who plays a very important role in the creation of the video. At Thanksgiving last year, Anthony was with his friend Danielle’s family where photographer Keith Sirchio shot portraits of her youngest cousins through to her oldest relatives.
Looking suspiciously like a very hairy dude listening to Nickelback and cringing, these clothes are actually built to respond to sound. Designed by Ying Gao, the set of two “interactive” garments is named Incertitudes. They are made out of PVFD plastic, pins, and of course, the underlying electronics that make the pins respond to sound.
Seeing Tony Stark work through gadgets and 3D Modeling is quite a treat. Turns out, the movie was simply taking inspiration from Elon Musk who might be a time traveler come from the future. He combined a gesture-sensing Leap Motion controller with an array of different display technologies to create the modeling setup you see here. Used for the Space X project, the system allows engineers to work through and zoom to take closer looks at their models without ever having to touch a mouse.
LG has a thing for scaring people out of their wits. We’ve earlier seen them prank men while they pee, this time they went a step further and introduced people to the end of the world, apocalyptic meteor strike. People went in for a job interview, while the “window” facing them was actually a Ultra Reality HD TV. Eventually, a meteor shows up and everyone looses their shit. That has to be the worst job interview ever.
At the end, people find out the world survived and it was just a prank. Also, still no job.
Well, the title says it all. How the mighty have fallen. The Force is one helluva drug.
Here is a cool science experiment: a lightning storm in a test tube.
The world is currently engorging on iPhone 5S rumors, and the possibility of the new device being unveiled pretty soon. Something like that cannot be complete unless a funny parody is thrown into the mix, like the one we see here. Just so you know, in iPhone 5S, S stands for “same”.
Los Angeles-based time-lapse cinematographer, photographer and filmmaker Joe Capra shot this stunning footage of Rio de Janeiro. Shot in 4k and 10k, the footage mostly sticks to the city, however there’s also a detour to the famous Iguazú Falls on the border of Brazil and Argentina. The video is from parts of footage that were shot for a major electronics manufacturer.
The 1987 Robocop movie is getting a reboot set for release next year. We imagine Robocop will have a lot to do in the Detroit of 2028.
Ethan Schlussler built a treehouse for himself that stands 30 feet above the ground. Climbing a ladder would be the general solution, but Ethan went the brilliant route and used his bicycle to play the elevator.