Star Wars fans should appreciate this retooled version of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody which tells Anakin’s story from his humble beginnings through his emergence as the Dark Lord of the Sith.
Currently being developed by the Biorobotics Lab at Carnegie Mellon University, the Snakebot is a highly limber – and highly creepy – robot designed to traverse tight spaces and varying terrain.
User interface specialists TAT give us their take on the UI, screens and technology of computing devices four years from now. Practical? Maybe. Realistic? We’re not sure. Awesome? Indeed.
As Star Wars fan flicks go, Fed Wetherbee & PJ Tamayo’s film is one of the more sublime efforts we’ve seen, steering clear of over-the-top effects, instead focusing on character, dialogue and plot.
We’re not sure if this is a presentation or a competition, or if this is just training before they venture into their extremely crowded cities. The amazing happens at the 1:10 mark.
The VP Of Whatever Is Convenient For The Commercial At Hand brings out the montage in this ad for the PlayStation Move. It’s epic, as expected, but Butler’s evil laugh deserves special mention.
Kyle Andrews’ music video for You Always Make Me Smile features the largest water balloon fight on record, with 4,000 participants, 120,000 flying water projectiles, and one really wet singer.
Beyond Limits is the chronicle of Herbert Nitsch’s quest to dive to a depth of 1000ft in one breath. Yes, as in without an oxygen supply save for the one he gathers in his lungs.
Can you imagine going through an entire rollercoaster ride without any expression? That’s exactly what this guy managed to do. We did see him blink a couple of times, though.
But for the fact that those are real bamboo sticks being eaten, we’d swear this video is just a bunch of guys in panda suits. Love the dude on the left consuming mass quantities laying on his back.