Atlas is a playful fish whose world is literally turned up-side-down when a seemingly ominous force is introduced to his tank.
Everything looks good on a Lamborghini, unless of course if your idea is to murder the aesthetics of the grand supercar. Thankfully, this one does not go that way. The Media Merchants used the Lamborghini Reventon as a canvas at an even to present an audio visual projection mapping experience. And they’ve done good; not a single scratch on the elite supercar, and a beautiful presentation to boot.
Sometimes you have to go full crazy.
So how far can projection imaging go? Watch as a dude’s room changes into the movie he is watching!
We have featured videos from Coma Niddy before, and the dude has a way of taking on complex topics like nanotechnology in a mix of witty rap. This time around, it isn’t some scientific principle he’s rapping about, but quite the stuff of common sense what we all know but prefer to ignore. Perhaps this rap would be of help to understand why water and 100% fruit juice is good, and why the cola should go down the toilet.
The soul of this music video is the creative use of shoe soles. All those custom sneaker soles they have in there? Totally amazing. Check it out.
Flyboard is the latest jetpack on the block, giving flight starved humans another dream to fly. The jetpack has two primary water jets attached that are controlled by the rider to manipulate the flight. These jets are attached to the feet of the rider, making it much easier to handle and control the jetpack.
The making of “Hero,” a drawing of my dad composed entirely out of 3.2 million ink dots
The video was shot at the Mirror Lake in Eikesdalen, Norway.
Who thought looking at traffic could be so intriguing? The video shows traffic in Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon, if you will). The video is the result of 10,000 images that were captured, sewn together and presented in the form of this video by Rob Whitworth.