You Fade To Light is an array of interactive OLEDs, effectively digitizing the shapes and movements of passersby; it was commissioned for Phillips and uses software by Chris O’Shea.
Heretofore seen only in screenshots, Star Trek: D.A.C. is finally unveiled in a series of Walkthrough videos (Part 1, 2, 3); it’s basically a 2D shooter a-la Asteroids, albeit a beautiful one.
This Breed Something New trailer for Prototype proves several things: one, it always starts in a small town, and two, the government is behind everything, including cannibal babies.
Part horse, part mecha, and all funky, Kim Graham Studios’ Digigrade Leg Extensions are working sculptures that make the wearer 14″ taller, eat carrots and poop on parade routes.
Living Sasquatch finally makes proper use of augmented reality by giving it the ability to grunt, out of control body hair and a nice dose of comedy–but no beer. Thanks, Beth!
Custom LBP levels are a dime a dozen, but Little Daft Punk is worth at least a few shiny helmets; it’s a remix of Daft Punk’s best hits set on some truly funktastic, Robot Rockin’s stages.
Now available on DVD and as a digital download, the pilot episode for Caprica is set 58 years before the events of Battlestar Galactica; critics are giving it above average reviews.
This latest trailer for Disney’s G-Force feels almost like a legitimate spy movie, with plenty of covert gadgets and Underworld’s Bill Nighy as arch villain; that is, until the fart jokes start.
The Samsung captions make it feel like a product placement ad, but Finger UFC is still pretty entertaining, if a bit random; it starts with a Rocky training montage and ends with a piano solo.
North American fans will finally get Patapon 2 May 5th; this Weapons & Warriors Trailer shows off the ability of units to evolve as well as the new Toripon, Robopon and Mahopon.
It’s been over 30 years since the last Saturn V launch, but this video looks almost real; it’s a giant 36-foot replica of the famous moon rocket, launched from a field instead of the Cape.
With over 100 blades, a distinctly Japanese style and hordes of enemies, this preview for Vanilla Ware’s Muramasa gives Wii owners plenty of reason to be excited; it comes out 7/28.
Evelien Lohbeck’s Notebook is a series of reality-questioning animated shorts that are themselves encapsulated in a stop-motion short; anyone else feeling a bit M.C. Escher-ish?
With a gun-toting robo-lizard, a Mad Max-style car chase and hammy acting, The Diamonds of Metro Valley is so bad we have to watch it; the film will be completed in a few months.
With a looping spaghetti Western music track, we half expect Clint Eastwood to make an appearance in Bang! Heroes; it’s a well-designed steampunk meets Wild West platform shooter.
Rob Zombie continues his reboot of the Halloween franchise with H2: Halloween 2; hardcore fans of the original may blanch at this trailer, but we’ll be keeping our kitchen knives sharpened.
It’s not very long, but above is the intro cinematic from Ghostbusters; watching Bill Murray, Dan Akroyd, et al. in the credits and hearing that siren sends happy chills up our spine.
Youth are usually deaf to anyone over 65, but Wisdom (book, site) interviews luminaries anyone would be remiss to ignore, including Nelson Mandela, Clint Eastwood, and Jane Goodall.
The perils of time travel are well-known( if not understood), but we love Unpossible for its humorous take on the paradoxes (and bloody noses) you’ll no doubt create by meeting yourself.
Currently in closed beta, Allods Online is a free MMORPG whose trailer has us salivating over its flying sailing ships, cannon volleys and swashbuckling boarding parties.
The sounds of screaming tweens have kept us from seeing Twilight, but Twilight with Cheeseburgers is one flick we might just see with overdramatic acting, music and beef patties.
Super strength and heat rays are great, but you can’t have a superhero game without Spidey-style swinging; this new trailer for Champions Online has us checking our web shooters.
Made by a student for a non-linear editing class, Henson’s 11 is a hilarious remix of an Ocean’s Eleven trailer and The Great Muppet Caper; we’d pick Kermit over George Clooney any day.
Few things are as reviled in the workplace as meetings; Five Minutes To Kill Yourself tasks you with impaling, flambe-ing and maiming yourself so you can skip that next boring meeting.
This music video for British experimental band Oi Va Voi’s “Everytime” is actually made with a paper shredder; every third frame was printed, shredded and blended with adjacent frames.
It may be without words (spoken or written), but animator Mike Winklemann’s Subprime short film is a rather poignant statement on the excesses of the American housing market.
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