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Confused dog



Arcade Chopin

Master in chopin... On an arcade machine:

Fire button by mistake



Women, don’t drive

From the Harry Enfield show, so it’s not a… myth ;)



This film was made using a digital stills camera to create a stop motion animation.:

Drift from mustardcuffins on Vimeo.

The first-person Tetris

I've got a headache: PLAY: First-person Tetris


Wooden robotic arm

Incredible amount of works to create this:

Winebox in a microwave oven

I don't think you will try this at home:

A transparent wall

A really cool technology that could be useful sometime:


Freerunning by Urban Idiots

Pushing the limit..:


100 games cupcake

100 cupcakes with the thematic games. Can you guess all of them? Click to launch: 100 games cupcake

Top Gear – The Ariel Atom

The Ariel Atom is unusual in that it is exoskeletal — the chassis is prominently visible from the outside — and therefore lacks a roof, windows and other features normally found on road cars. It is available with a range of engines, the top of the range being a supercharged Honda Civic Type-R K20 and a supercharged 2.0 litre, 300 hp (220 kW) GM Ecotec engine. With each of these engines it can achieve acceleration rivaling that of much more expensive automobiles.

Midwinter in Sweden

Beautiful coldness, caught by Henning S, a photographer based in Sweden.



One year in 90 seconds

The video was hugely successful and has close to two million views on YouTube in addition to about one million on Vimeo and hundreds of thousands of views and downloads from other websites:

Night Lights

Night Lights is the most amazing interactive projection on a building I have ever seen. YesYesNo were asked to turn the Auckland Ferry Building into an interactive playground for the viewers. There were 3 different types of interaction – body interaction on the two stages, hand interaction above a light table, and phone interaction with the tracking of waving phones. That input was then used to manipulate 6 different scenes. Just watch the video and you’ll know why this is a very impressive project:


Dragrace onboard camera

It's all about speed:


I'm feeling scared.. :



Forget what I said about Alma...