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Doing spectacular things with very little code has a long tradition in the demoscene. Born out of necessity when home computers were slow and memory space scarce, pushing against artificial boundaries became a popular “sport” when PC hardware power blew up. Time and again we’ve seen demosceners tighten the limits in search of a good challenge and do voodoo with 64 and even 4 kilobytes (see CAN’s coverage of Hartverdrahtet here ). At the recent edition of Assembly, a demoscene main event in Helsinki (Finland) with a 20 year history, this race for minimal footprint has reached a new low: 1 kilobyte (1024 bytes) or less! While technically 1k (and smaller) intros are nothing new, Assembly’s first ever “1 kilobyte intro competition” marks a breakthrough for the category.
Published on April 13th, 2012 | by Adrian Simpson Underwater Ice fishing – many of you are thinking how on god's green earth do you do that. Both incredibly awesome and perfectly executed, watch the video to see how it unfolds. You can also link at our interview with Jusso Mettala, the director of this brilliant clip here http://blog.chillisauce.co.uk/underwater-ice-fishing-interview-with-juuso-mettala/ Tags: Extreme Sports , Finland , Underwater Ice Fishing About the Author
In an interview with Time magazine , astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson was asked the question: "What is the most astounding fact you can share with us about the universe?" The famed scientist and author gives an answer that is perhaps as eloquent as it is mind-blowing; as beautiful as it is sublime. It's best to hear Tyson's response in the video, but his answer is perhaps best revealed in one particular quote: "We are part of this universe; we are in this universe, but perhaps more important than both of those facts, is that the universe is in us," he explains. "Many people feel small because they're small and the universe is big, but I feel big," he says.
Luxury jeweler Cartier invites you on a gorgeous (not to mention blinged out) CGI journey--with a fearless roaming panther as your guide. Helmed by the French commercial director Bruno Aveillan, “L’Odyssée de Cartier” is an international fantasy ride condensing Cartier’s 165-year history into a 3.5-minute spot of epic proportions. The commercial opens on a quiet Parisian night outside 13 rue de la Paix with a bejeweled panther on display in Cartier’s shop window. All seems fairly normal until a beam of light shines in and shatters the panther’s coat of diamonds in a dazzling display of liberation that culminates in our feline hero breaking free from its lavish habitat onto a snow laden street in Russia.
It just keeps going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going… Moar trippy gifs . [ I heard Imgur likes perfectly looping gifs ]