This Homemade Portal Video Is Pretty Darn Amazing If you’ve enjoyed the game Portal in the past, you understand the allure of being able to open wormholes in space. Filmmaker Jason Craft decided he wanted to recreate that experience with his goofy friends so he created a CG movie that is on par with anything you can see at the theatre these days. His short, Portal: Terminal Velocity, shows us what would happen if a bunch of dudes had a gun that could instantly transport you through space and time. The video is pretty amazing and even more amazing is their “working” portal gun. Sadly, it too isn’t real: For those of you that think the gun is a physical prop you can buy, well…..sorry to break the news to you, but it’s entirely CG.
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Bridge Film Découverte de cet excellent court-métrage intitulé « Bridge » et réalisé par Ting Tey dans le cadre de son film de fin d’études à l’Academy of Art University 2010 de Los Angeles. Il met en scène 4 personnages et animaux essayant de traverser le pont, avec plusieurs obstacles. Before I Die What matters most to you Interactive public art project that invites people to share their personal aspirations in public. After losing someone she loved and falling into depression, Chang created this experiment on an abandoned house in her neighborhood to create an anonymous place to help restore perspective and share intimately with her neighbors. The project gained global attention and thanks to passionate people around the world, over 1000 Before I Die walls have now been created in over 70 countries, including Kazakhstan, Iraq, Haiti, China, Ukraine, Portugal, Japan, Denmark, Argentina, and South Africa.
Crazy Lion Man Categories October 23, 2010 3:06pm By Rowdy Joe Gulp Voici Gulp, une court métrage créé par Sumo Science chez Aardman. Le plus grand stop motion monté à partir de clichés d’un Nokia N8. Découvrez ce pecheur attrapant une prise qui va l »‘entrainer à 20.000 Lieues sous les mers… Réalisé surl a plage de Pendine au sud du Pays de Galles. Le plus grand Stop Motion au monde avec un espace utilisé de 11,000 mètres carrés. Le making of : Guerrilla Crochet More info. More info. More info. More Yarn Bombing and Guerrilla Crochet: 1) B-Arbeiten 2) Agata Olek 3) Yarnbombing 4) Stickkontakt Global Video System Parallels is a worldwide leader in virtualization and automation software that optimizes computing for consumers, businesses, and Cloud services providers across all major hardware, operating systems, and virtualization platforms. For the Cloud, Parallels automation and virtualization software enables cloud services providers to rapidly and profitably deliver the widest range of cloud services that small businesses want and need. Our software includes key building blocks of cloud service delivery - self service control panels, billing, cloud service provisioning and virtualization.
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Rarely known YouTube features YouTube Slam: It is an experiment that was introduced by the Google Research team as a new way of video discovery, in order to find out the next viral sensation among user-generated videos. Every day, the Google team puts up two videos head to head in each category – like Comedy, Cute, Music, Bizarre and Dance – and users get to vote for their choice. They also get bonus points if the video chosen by them wins the round. Users can then also compete to earn a place in the leaderboards in this fun and simple game of voting.
Corning Concept Video: Please Use More Glass Touchscreens! Please! By now, you probably know the story. Steve Jobs hated the plastic screen on an iPhone prototype. He demanded that it be glass. And that eventually led him to Corning, who made an amazing glass in the 1960s, called Gorilla Glass, which hadn’t found any commercial applications.