Jonathan Crawford plays the trombone – but you wouldn’t want to be the one marching in front of him on the glockenspiel in the band, what with his propane-powered trombone.
For some reason, we never thought that Kubrick’s slow-as-a-turtle 2001: A Space Odyssey would work set to the tune of The Killers’ hit dance track Spaceman, but somehow it does.
Since this particular electronic voting machine is easily hackable, security researchers from the University of Michigan decided to turn this one into something more productive – a Pac-Man machine.
The artisan is the blacksmith evolved. In exchange for gold, raw materials and recipes, he’ll make you magical and socketed items. Help him train and grow his trade and get better items in return.
(NSFW) Growing up is serious business – you have to go to school, pay for stuff, and then you have to make a living. But there’s a surefire way to make your life easier – have rich parents.
This 3+ minute reel of polygonal meshes, metaballs, fluids, and tearable fabric animations was all created with the new emPolygonizer2 plug-in for Softimage. CGI geeks, geek out!
(Language NSFW) Female gamers must feel like they’re stepping into hell every time they put on their headsets and play online. This hilarious but cringe-inducing video turns the table around.
Take one gifted karate master, one rolled up magazine, a folding chair and a dude that really wants to sit down and you get this rather amusing self defense video. (Thanks for the tip, Dro!)
Can you imagine having a golf shot that’s accurate enough to hit a tiny 9-inch metal gong at a distance of 200 yards? Most of the pros in this video come awfully close, but David Howell hits it dead on.
Bernard Gigounon’s child-like imagination turns seafaring vessels into spaceships simply by use of mirror-images and appropriate backgrounds. This would go well with the Star Wars soundtrack.
Crytek’s top brass show off the “choreographed sandbox” that is Crysis 2, highlighting the changing battlefield and the varied ways of dealing with enemies using the game’s trademark Nanosuit.
This 22 second video will likely have you laughing, provided you 1) enjoy the current pop culture offerings on YouTube and 2) appreciate the good old days of video gaming.
We don’t know why you’d make a video of a Stormtrooper dancing to a jazzed-up version of Singin’ in the Rain in the first place, let alone a CGI-enhanced “special edition”, but here it is.
You don’t want to mess with the police in Japan – even if you are the Dark Lord of the Sith. If we knew the force could be disrupted with a left hook, we would have tried that a long time ago.