This video was created by Graeme Taylor while aboard a high speed train. He made use of a high-speed camera to capture visuals of the world outside the train, and when played back, the video makes for an interesting scene, as if the world was moving in some weird sort of slow motion.
The video here is a trailer created for the original Tron movie. It’s been created by Chris Drew, who happens to be a fan of the movie and wanted to give it a trailer with a modern feel, as opposed to the one offered for the movie’s original release in the ’80s. A nice go before the Tron: Legacy movie comes out.
A lot of communication between people these days happens on social networking websites. While this helps people stay in touch, with the absence of voice and visible gestures, it is nearly impossible to understand the emotions of the other person. This somewhat spooky, somewhat useful Blackberry Empathy phone concept from designer Daniel Yoon seeks to take care of that problem.
This image was apparently spotted in South Korea, and shows the before and after effects of plastic surgery, by means of emoticons. It’s tough to understand what most of those emoticons intend to portray.
If you’re so in love with chocolates that you’d want even your camera to look like one, the Fuvi chocolate camera has you covered. It has a 30cm fixed lens, self-timer, recording resolution of 640×480 pixels, some built-in memory, and most likely, crappy picture quality. But hey, chocolates. The camera will be available this January in Japan, and it will have white, strawberry and milk chocolate flavors, and a pricetag of $32.
Car scratches are a pain, and we’ve heard of many “magic” products that can take care of the scratches, only to fall feebly when put to work. This time though, there seems to be a little hope, or at least a better chance of results. Dutch company AkzoNobel is claiming that its StickerFix can actually get results.
The idea is to paste paint-matched stickers over the scratch, and if you don’t like the look, you can easily remove the stickers. What lends credibility to AzkoNobel’s claim is that the company is a paint manufacturer and supplier for several automakers, airlines, and some F1 team.
Via: Wired Science
There is no typo here people, a man really did play the Chinese MMO Magic World Online 2 on an 820 feet long screen, now that’s about 7,500 square meters of screen area. A guild leader from the game spent nearly $15000 to have the pleasure of playing on the large screen for 10 minutes. The image on top is a shot of the guy playing the game, the second is just for a perspective on how huge this screen is. Video after the jump.