Monthly Archives: March 2011
Bathtub IV from Keith Loutit on Vimeo. There’s a trick you can pull on an image, adjust the focus like so and blur the background, and you can make a photograph of a real landscape look like a toy model. … Continue reading
The Butterfly Circus – HD from The Butterfly Circus on Vimeo. Inspirational short film about a circus during the great depression.
Portal Turret Demo from Zero Op Systems on Vimeo. If you’ve played Portal you already know what this is about, if not, briefly, Portal places you in an abandoned research facility run by an insane AI who is testing scientific … Continue reading
In 1983 in Australia, the yearly ultramarathon was being held, an 875km race from Sidney to Melbourne. 61 year old farmer Cliff Young decided he would participate. He was well used to spending several days out in the field collecting … Continue reading
Stormbirds from Phil Shoebottom on Vimeo. It’s a “concept cinematic” for, I think, a video game. It’s jets and bombers and explosions and zoom! So that’s good enough for me.
Dark Matter! Dark Energy! What are they? No one knows, but Patricia Burchat tells it how it is, as far as we know.
Episode can be found at the usual place A light (Yet subtly creepy) Tristepin-centric episode today, in which we are reminded that the French are not known for their vegetarianism. Spoilers and discussion below the cut
Another awesome short from the Gobelins school
Thermit blows up car! por scienceprofessor This could be a jackass video, except for the white coats and safety glasses. Two yahoos use chemistry and SCIENCE! to blow up a car. As a newly minted ouiaboo, I thought the quips … Continue reading