Monthly Archives: February 2011
What if the 90s had spawned a Japanese Video Game adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby? What indeed?
Twitter! I’ve tried it. I just can’t get into it. I followed Conan’s twitter for a while. He’s fun. But hardly a reason to stick around. Dunno, maybe I’m not with “it” anymore. Not that I ever was…
The first episode of season 2 is online at the official site. No subtitles, I’m afraid, but we all understand French here, non? It’s easier than Japanese, let me tell you.
TheChapel. A short film. (HDR timelapse) from Patryk Kizny on Vimeo. An abandoned chapel in Poland filmed in HDR (High Dynamic Range, which is, oversimplified, a composition of high and low contrast images to make an image with more detail … Continue reading
A cool publicity stunt, using a balloon to drop a bunch of paper planes from near orbit, with a free memory card inside to encourage people to post online where they found the planes. Apparently the planes have reached as … Continue reading
Train all your life to reach physical perfection, then toss a needle through glass. I guess the “become batman” option was already taken. I kid, it’s cool.
Patrick Boivin makes interesting shorts. Often in French, sometimes in English, sometimes in both. And he does stop motion animation too! (That last one was linked at Applegeeks, which is how I found out about this film maker.)
I had already heard about most of the stuff mentioned in this program, but seeing it all laid out together makes me realize how much more advanced than I thought these things are. I’m especially impressed with the lungs! It’s … Continue reading
Some behind the scenes peeks at the FX process involved in making Tron Legacy. It also serves as a kind of digest of the movie if you haven’t seen it, kind of.