click to enlarge A still from Prince Rama's short film NEVER FOREVER, part of iMOCA's The Empire Never Ended. iMOCA executive director Shauta Marsh was in Portland last year for a conference when she came upon a group of artists who had invented a religion based on the works of the nominally-Gnostic-but-too-complex-to-describe-using-only-a-few-adjectives sci-fi writer Philip K. Dick. "I wasn't into what they were offering aesthetically; it was a little too Charlie Manson," she tells NUVO. "Besides, Dick would have hated that anyone created a religion based on his work." From ancient Rome to SoCal: iMOCA's Philip K. Dick show | Visual Arts
Philip K. Dick - The Penultimate Truth
Les Évadés du futur | Philip K. Dick | Philip K. Dick 08/07/2011 13:51 Rubrique : Philip K. Dick En 1973, Élizabeth Antébi tourne pour le Service de Recherche de l'ORTF Les Évadés du futur, un film (TV) sur la science-fiction pour lequel elle est partie aux États-Unis réaliser des entretiens avec les écrivains Isaac Asimov, Norman Spinrad, Philip K.
Google Analytics has put together a series of videos demonstrating what poor Web design can do to an online commerce site—crap we'd never put up with in a brick-and-mortar store. There's unintuitive search and site design that prevents you from finding the item you're looking for—in this case, it's a grocery store that makes it impossible to find an everyday item as simple as milk. There's the obnoxious online checkout, where you're forced to log in, agree to terms and prove you're a real person before you get timed out, forcing you to start all over again. Then there's a misplaced dig at Amazon's highly successful, often copied suggestion of other items you might like. Produced by Google's in-house video agency Across the Pond, all the spots have the absurdity of a Monty Python skit. It seems weird for Google to be dissing online search and e-commerce, but here it serves the greater goal of telling people to learn more about their customers via Analytics. Google Imagines a Real World That's as Irritating as the Internet
A Day Made of Glass 2: Same Day. Expanded Corning Vision.
A Day Made of Glass... Made possible by Corning.
A fan sent me a Philip K. Dickesque movie and asked if I could share it. I have embedded it here and put a link to it on the Multimedia page. The film is described by Ewan as “sort of a psychotic comedy about a man who seems to be trapped in a Philip K Dick novel.” Dickhead (short film) by Ewan Povey and others « Film « Philip K. Dick Fan Site
To The Moon - Trailer
Mister Rogers Remixed: Dropping acid in the neighborhood
acosmicodyssey: Nocternity - Crystal Tears / End...
January 18, 2012 Filed under: News Nicolas writes in to ask: “Could you tell me the difference between “PUBLIC DOMAIN” and “LIKELY PUBLIC DOMAIN”? And do I have to request publishing rights to Philip K. Dick Trust?” A video adaptation of Beyond The Door by Philip K. Dick : SFFaudio
Reader-made trailers for Robopocalypse, an upcoming sci-fi thriller novel
Changing Education Paradigms
Huge Warplanning Tablet Does Everything But Shoot | Danger Room The AAI Corporation doesn’t know the name of the two-by-three-foot tablet its representatives are showing off. “You, uh, wanna talk about what we’re gonna call this?” Chris Ellsworth of AAI asks his colleague, Todd Alexander. Alexander shakes his head.
October 27, 2011, 3:45 PM — Ok, it's actually hard to stop Microsoft from sharing its vision of the future. To the point that it became anti-competitive about it, according to some among the judicial set. This morning it posted a bit of pro-technology schmaltz in the form of a six-minute video (and a press release describing the video) showing ) imagining what the PC will look like in five or 10 years and how widely computer technology will have spread. The video is the next-generation of a similar vid Microsoft put out in 2008, when laptops were so heavy you could barely carry them through the airport and Windows would crash all the time In Microsoft's vision of the future the PC won't look like anything, most of the time. The functions and intelligence of the PC will be built into eyeglasses, notepads, thin screens in taxis and flat surfaces where people gather will display their work, data or schedule updates. Microsoft finally shares its vision of the PC of the future, in video
Pulling faces with R. D. Laing
Weird Video Shoot (Part 2 - again!)
Beautiful: 24-Hour Timelapse of Dubai
Featured Sci-Fi Short: ROSA
Women's fashion of 2000 AD (as predicted by a 1930s newsreel) I think part of the reason why future predictions of fashion often fail is because it's mostly a technological dead end. There really isn't a hell of a lot you can do with clothes that hasn't already been done. Synthetic fibers, done! Stain and tear resistance, done! Inexpensive manufacture and replacement, done! Basically it's a few layers of cloth over your tender person, not much to change there—at that point it becomes an issue of ease of maintenance.
Philip K. Dick Channel Surfs 3
This is Awesome: Synchronized Robotic Dancing
Android Dreams: Time-lapse Tokyo Homage to Blade Runner
Faces on Vimeo
This is quite weird and wonderful, chilling even - a surreal Stepford Wife sings “I Feel Fantastic”. In ancient Greek mythology, Pygmalion was a highly accomplished Cypriot sculptor. Though skilled at imitating the human form, and well acquainted with it’s subtleties, he became disgusted by it when he witnessed the Propoetides prostituting themselves. Eerie robot doll sings: ‘I Feel Fantastic’
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Philip K. Dick Interview
The full short for Blinky™ (the bloodthirsty pet robot) has been released!
An Eye for Music: Broken Bells' "The Ghost Inside" + The Apex Theory's "Apossibly"
ADICKTED (Full version-2005)
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