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2009-09-29

Tree of Life

This six-minute Tree of Life video appeared on the BBC One programme ‘Charles Darwin and the Tree of Life’ narrated by David Attenborough:

100 Greatest hits of youtube

Nothing more to say... Just ROFLMAOBBQ:

2009-09-28

Oh, Hi buddy


The live Mona Lisa

A complex technology of hologram, 3D CGI and sensory system is created by Alive Gallery in Seoul, South Korea to make classic masterpieces come to life:

2009-09-27

Jeremy Gilley – The Day After Peace

The Day After Peace tells Jeremy Gilley’s determined 10 year long quest to have peace day – September 21 – established as an internationally observed, annual day of global ceasefire and non-violence with a fixed calendar date. It is interesting and thought-provoking, highlighting some of the problems that are involved in trying to achieve a world of peace. It also provides important lessons for anyone who has a worthwhile cause they want to campaign for.

Deep Green, the pool-playing robot

This robot (named Deep Green) will beat you big time when playing pool. Luckily this tool also developed ARPool, which will help you play pool by drawing lines on the table:

2009-09-26

Chevrolet Crash safety test: 1959 vs 2009

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety conducted a unique crash test to demonstrate the advances in motor vehicle safety over the last 50 years. In this test, a 2009 Chevrolet Malibu and a 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air are both going 40 mph and the vehicles collide offset, driver side to driver side. This is the same crash configuration represented by the Institute's 40 mph frontal offset barrier test, which is used to rate the frontal crash performance of new cars:
 

Vurup – Insert Coin

By animation collecive Vurup which comprises students from Argentina, Mexico, and Colombia:

A cheating story

Really creative story:

2009-09-25

Drawtoy vs. Byokal

A cool toy by ZeFrank, click to launch: Drawtoy vs. Byokal:


2009-09-24

Grand Theft Beatles

A funny mockup of the famous GTA game with the famous The Beatles:

Bubble & smoke

An old video, showing some cool tricks with smoke and soap bubbles:

2009-09-23

Optical illusion - Beyond belief and back

A short video of a cool visual illusion. This is a re-created version of Roger Shepard’s “Turning the Tables” illusion. Weird:

Warsow – free fast-paced 3D FPS game

Warsow  is set in a futuristic cartoon-like world where rocketlauncher-wielding pigs and lasergun-carrying cyberpunks roam the streets. Warsow is a completely free fast-paced first-person shooter (FPS) for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.

PLAY: Warsow!

2009-09-22

MagnetiZR


You may think magnets are a great way to stick your to-do list on your monitor, or spruce up your tower with cute little butterflies and smilies. That way lies heartache and empty wallets. My friend, magnets and your computer share a love that can never be. A Romeo and Juliet that ends in the stink of burning circuitry rather than poison. Of course, one exception to the rule is Maghttp://jayisgames.com/games/magnetizr/netiZR, from Insane Angel Studios, a twisting, pulsing puzzle game where getting warped is a good thing:

PLAY MagnetiZR

Did You Know 4.0Did You Know 4.0

The completely new Fall 2009 version of Did You Know includes facts and stats focusing on the changing media landscape, including convergence and technology, and was developed in partnership with The Economist. For more information, or to join the conversation, please visit http://mediaconvergence.economist.com and http://shifthappens.wikispaces.com.

2009-09-21

Deer comes back to life

A clever trick by a deer:

Malcolm Sutherland – The Astronomer’s Dream

When a hungry astronomer falls asleep while working on a problem, he discovers a solution not in outer space, but in the surreal food-chain of his subconscious mind.
An animated film by Malcolm Sutherland, with sound by Leon Lo. Made in 2009:

2009-09-19

The poo machine

WTF:

Liron Topaz – This Side Up

A funny short animation by Liron Topaz, here to the short’s homepage:

2009-09-17

Catwalk girl

I feel sorry for her... But i love how the presenter of the show keeps laughing:

Arnold Schwarzenegger found dumbells

Unbelievable lol:

2009-09-16

How Road Runner ends

From Seth MacFarlane’s Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy:


Funny Scary bloopers compilation



2009-09-15

High-speed robot hand

Ishikawa Komuro Lab’s high-speed robot hand performing impressive acts of dexterity and skillful manipulation:
 

Baby chicks ground up alive

Warning: this video contains cruel images, which may not be suitable for viewers below 18 years old.

A Chicago-based animal rights group called Mercy for Animals shot the video above of baby chicks being ground up alive at an Iowa chicken processing factory. So are you becoming a vegetarian now ;) ?:
 

Missing bike

Best missing paper ever:

2009-09-14

Make your own supercar



See how this supercar is made from… foam and cardboards. Click to see more:
Make your own supercar

Why mirror switches from left to right

Professor Richard Feynman amuses himself with an old puzzle – why do mirrors seem to switch left and right, but not top and bottom? From the BBC TV series ‘Fun To Imagine‘ (1983):
 

2009-09-12

3D Short - Miam

What is going on above the shelves of a supermarket?

A great 3D adventure directed by Supinfocom Arles students: Laurent Harduin, Delphine Bourgois, Victor Phrakornkham, Pierre-Vincent Cabourg and Fanny Vergne. Music by Samy Cheboub:
 

2009-09-11

The games factory



Finally a look into the factory where Mario, Tetris and Sonic are born! :P

The games factory

2009-09-10

100 years of special effects

Well, some emblematic movies (like The Matrix) are not included here, but nonetheless it’s a good compilation with some historical scenes with special effects:

100 wonderful macro shots



Incredible macros photoset by LordV, click to see the slideshow:

100 wonderful macro shots

3D Short - Pandore

On the clouds of the mythic Mount Olympus, a young girl unleashes a dangerous monster from a mysterious box. Is he match for the little devil that set him free?

This animation is made in 2009 by Marion STINGHE, Meryl FRANCK, BenoƮt GUILLAUMOT, Nicolas CAFFAREL and Elen Le TANNOU at Gobelins school:

2009-09-09

Hey Alan, Alan, Alan, Alan…

BBC show titled Walk on the Wildside:

2009-09-08

16 girls on 1 bicycle

China is famous with one thing, their acrobatic numbers, and this one is just A MA ZING:

3D Short - Kudan

Director: Taku Kimura (Japan) – A man is accidentally transformed into the Japanese monster Kudan:

2009-09-07

Little kid parallel parking

This kid shows us how to park like a real pro:

2009-09-06

How DNA copies itself

DNA replication, the basis for biological inheritance, is a fundamental process occurring in all living organisms to copy their DNA. This process is “semiconservative” in that each strand of the original double-stranded DNA molecule serves as template for the reproduction of the complementary strand. Hence, following DNA replication, two identical DNA molecules have been produced from a single double-stranded DNA molecule:


20 hilarious plays in football


2009-09-05

Cat in jacket sleeve

This kitty kat seems to like it to stay in a jacket sleeve:




2009-09-04

Multitask game



A cool game to test your multitask ability. One of the most difficult games I ever played

Click to play:
Multitask game

Kevin Richardson – The lion man

Kevin Richardson, a South African lion tamer, can interact with his lions as one of their own:

Toyota Robot running

Developed by Toyota R&D, this humanoid robot can keep balance quite well and runs for 7 km/h:

2009-09-02

Stop Playing Your Homework and Do Your Video Games

A live performance for Seattle’s Marrowstone in the City program. The music was arranged by the genius Lennart Jansson (Link) and Gen Kim (myself as Ash Ketchum):

How Differential Gear works

An excellent tutorial from the 1930’s on the principles and development of the Differential Gear. Fast Forward to 1:50:

2009-09-01

Counter Strike for kids

Worrying about too much violences in video games? Here it comes, the Counter Strike, for kids. Hilarity ensured:

Baby panda's fighting

LOL cute, little baby panda's fighting with each other: