Do you remember 0 and 1, my friends? This is an odd short, but it's has some damn good animation. I'm not entirely sure what it's about, but it involves a big bad guy, an unlikely hero, and a princess that keeps being taken to another castle--classic video game themes. The art reminds me of Psychonauts and the presentation style is a lot like Viewtiful Joe. Never heard of these games? That's fine. You're bound to notice something, be it the 2D transfers, Super Mario sounds, Sonic the Hedgehog bounces, Street Fighter boss battle, Zelda princess, TMNT exit, super copter, or race car ending. If not, hey, it's still a fun 4 minutes.
Reuben Margolin, a Bay Area visionary and longtime maker, creates totally singular techno-kinetic wave sculptures. Using everything from wood to cardboard to found and salvaged objects, Reubens artwork is diverse, with sculptures ranging from tiny to looming, motorized to hand-cranked. Focusing on natural elements like a discrete water droplet or a powerful ocean eddy, his work is elegant and hypnotic. Also, learn how ocean waves can power our future. Learn more about Reuben at http://www.reubenmargolin.com/
Most good, human loving people will be surprised to know that they own stuff that was produced by slaves. Consumers and businesses can unite to fix this problem.
A short animated film about the Belgian political structure.
The text was written by Marcel Sel, a Belgian writer, author of Walen Buiten, a best-seller on the «Belgian Crisis». The music was specifically composed by Laurent Aglat for the film, and Emma Dornan's beautiful voice gave the commentary its magical tone
Autumn is around the corner, and to fit the mood, I have come up with a new recording in the style of minimal, progressive, ambient techno. Hope you guyes like it! Bye bye summers...
1. Bolts Dreaming - Dyno
2. Metro Bunker - Yan Crosson
3. Wheel window - Baiyon PixelJunk Eden
4. Envy - Maetrik
5. ? - Gui Boratto
6. Almost Here - Pezzner
7. High on You - Thomas Schumacher
8. The Drug - Röyksopp
9. Tokyo Freeze (Remix) - Ital Tek
10. Phobos - Stephan Bodzin VS Marc Romboy
11. Perihelion - Julian Jeweil Remix Markus Lange (BONUS TRACK)
Professor Fletcher's invention of the CellScope, which is a Nokia device with a microscope attachment, was the inspiration for a teeny-tiny film created by Sumo Science at Aardman. It stars a 9mm girl called Dot as she struggles through a microscopic world. All the minuscule detail was shot using CellScope technology and a Nokia N8, with its 12 megapixel camera and Carl Zeiss optics.