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Keith Loutit: Small Worlds

Keith Loutit: Small Worlds

See more of Keith Loutit’s tilt-shift art at Small Worlds, an ongoing exhibition at the Customs House in Sydney, Australia featuring stills and film from his short films Bathtub and Small Worlds.

Amazing iPad Scribbles

Amazing iPad Scribbles

From the expertly agile fingers of Japanese anime artist Yoshitoshi ABe comes this very cool video of him scribbling sketches on the iPad, fingerpaint style, using the LiveSketch HD app.

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Video: Math Class Shadow

Video: Math Class Shadow

Matthew Weathers of Biola University plays a harmless but funny April Fools’ prank on his math class by making it look like his shadow was messing with him and his computer.

Trailer: Dinner For Schmucks

Trailer: Dinner For Schmucks

Paul Rudd stars as a corporate climber whose goal is to find the most bizarre person to bring to his boss’ monthly dinner party in Dinner for Schmucks. As fate would have it, he meets Steve Carrell.

Gummy Shot Glasses

Gummy Shot Glasses

Gummy bear shot glasses? The fact that it took 30,000 gummy bears to make the brick wall and that the glasses apparently are “freakin’ delicious” is reason enough to check out Vat19’s goofy video.

Video: Skateboardanimation

Video: Skateboardanimation

Two-dimensional skateboarders ride, grind and yes, spill in this wonderful stop-motion animation by Tilles Singer, made using magazine cut-outs as well as digital pictures.

Trailer: Samurai Shodown Sen

Trailer: Samurai Shodown Sen

In the newly released Samurai Shodown Sen for the Xbox 360, familiar favorites and new fighters defend their ancient culture. This latest installment includes deadly finishing moves and online play.

DVD: Pontypool

DVD: Pontypool

A tale of a deadly virus that is spread through language, Pontypool relies on rarely used atmosphere rather than over the top gore. It’s one of the most unique zombie films you’ll ever see.

The Future of Computing

The Future of Computing

Learn about the latest and greatest in Microsoft computing technology, with breakthroughs including a 256-color display, a mouse, and a “rich” graphical user interface.

Photoshop CS5 Sneak Peek

Photoshop CS5 Sneak Peek

Watch that girl become invisible with just a press of the Delete key in this demo of the Content Aware Fill Feature in Photoshop CS5, which goes on sale on April 12. See one more demo here.

Video: Balancing Point

Video: Balancing Point

Running video backwards is always fun, but this cool short film by Danny Brown gives the illusion that he’s able to control rocks with his mind; the trippy soundtrack definitely helps.

Dark Void Gameplay Video

Dark Void Gameplay Video

Airtight Games’ Dark Void isn’t just another first person shooter; the main character is equipped with a jetpack, introducing elements such as vertical cover (see the video above).

Video: Urwerk-202 Watch

Video: Urwerk-202 Watch

The Urwerk UR-202 has telescopic minute hands, hours satellites and twin turbines. The swanky video (above) shows this in detail, and yet we still feel clueless… all we know is, we want one. Bad.

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Video: Britain From Above

Video: Britain From Above

The BBC’s “Britain From Above” uses satellite data and jazzes it up with computer graphics. Jaw dropping: watch thousands of taxis, boats and planes go about their business.

Morpho Towers Video

Morpho Towers Video

Sachiko Kodama’s Morpho Towers are composed of ferrofluid, which normally looks like dark oil. When exposed to electromagnetism, they remind us of Terminator 2‘s T-1000.

AlterEgo Facial Animations

AlterEgo Facial Animations

We’re almost out of the uncanny valley with these digital faces, created by Pendulum Studios’ AlterEgo. Their facial expression software gets the timing down so well that it’s … uncanny.

Slow Motion Lightning

Slow Motion Lightning

This spectacular lightning video was taken at 10k frames per second by Tim Samaras. The initial tentacles are electrons heading down; the final stroke is electrons heading back up.

Dead Space Trailer

Dead Space Trailer

EA’s third-person space zombie shooter is getting a gory animated movie prequel. Titled Dead Space: Downfall, it’s slated for a DVD/Blu-ray release alongside the game in October ’08.

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