There is nothing I could really say besides, ‘Star Wars fans must watch this video!’ It is a short video showing a day in the life of a Pet AT-AT Walker, which is absolutely adorable and really well developed. Created by Patrick Boivin, this video shows the running around of an AT-AT Walker from the time it wakes up and going through his daily adventures as if it was a new puppy.
Do you have an iPad or an iPhone? Think they don’t have enough functionality? Well these clever guys have added another new feature to their repertoire. Now you can have a walking version
This four part series, presented by Andrew Graham-Dixon, explores how drawing has shaped our lives. Join him to discover the history of drawing and its relevance to the modern world. Unfortunately, I couldn't find the first episode of the series, so you have to make do with the second one.
I was just amazed with the various furniture I saw in the video below, for they are space saving, extremely practical and are also really well designed. They are more than a simple folding bed or an expanding table but actual transforming pieces that would be efficient within any apartment, room or home. The maker is explaining throughout about the furniture design, but the video is totally worth watching!
The process, as explained by Resource Furniture, combines a Furniture Designer, a Mechanical Engineer and also a Hardware company to put together amazing sets that could make any room, studio apartment or space a lot more useful and enjoyable.
If you are more of a Geek, then you should definitely have a look at the Geeky Furniture we covered before or the Geeky Coffee Table Designs that could really be a fit in at least one room in every home.
The assignment was to make the ingredients the hero, and the creative team took that very literally. Not only is it a super cool website that is perfectly targeted to the Taco Bell audience, but there’s also a great user experience where you can friend Captain Enchilada Sauce on Facebook, follow Commander Seasoned Beef on Twitter, browse Incredibean’s beach vacation photos on Flickr and even flirt with Super Reduced Fat Sour Cream on J Date.
Chances are you've never heard of JavaZone. And nobody is going to blame you for being unfamiliar with "Scandinavia's biggest meeting place for software developers." But we guarantee you that after watching the video below you'll never forget it. As part of its marketing campaign, and anti-Microsoft agenda, the conference put together a trailer for a fictional film called 'Java 4-Ever.' The three-minute and 17-second teaser nails every Oscar-seeking movie trailer trope perfectly while expertly (and geekily) prodding Microsoft's .net development framework. The highlight comes at about a minute and 20-seconds in -- you'll know it when you hear it.
Yeah, so we haven't been the biggest proponents of motion sensing laptops -- it's sort of hard to see the point when you've usually got your hands on the keyboard or touchpad to control the screen -- but apparently Pointgrab's software is gaining some traction. The software, which works with any 2D webcam, is currently being shipped on Fujitsu Lifebook AH laptops in Japan, but it'll be expanding to other markets soon. In addition, we were told another laptop maker would be preloading it "before the end of the year." Interesting. We got to spend some time with the Lifebook AH500, and we have to say the software / webcam combo does work quite fluidly -- all we had to do was wave at the screen to bring up the company's menu for opening programs or controlling media. And it was super responsive to our wax-on / wax-off movements to control the volume. But regardless, it's still really hard to imagine when we'd actually use this on a laptop... though, get it on a nettop, HTPC or all-in-one and we'll be all ears (or hands in the air!). It'll be interesting to see which laptop manufacturer feels differently and snatches up Pointgrab's tech soon, but until then check out the gallery and video after the break to see us (awkwardly) wave at a 15.6-inch screen.
A short film about man's misunderstanding and mixed relationship with mother nature. This is a graduate film from IADT National Film School. Its a bit of a mix of stop-motion, live action and hand drawn animation, shot in an attic with a Cannon EOS 5D and a Cannon 450D.
You know what would suck? If every time you sat down for a meal or drink -- be it Fruit Loops, cornish hen or even an after-dinner cocktail -- a small bomb exploded underneath the table. That would be terrible. Although maybe it would be kind of cool if you got to watch your meal of choice being demolished in slow motion. That wouldn't be so terrible, now would it? Hold onto your seat and save room for dessert. It's food-in-slow-motion go time!