Real time countdown to Gangnam Style passing one billion views

The site takes the latest YouTube view count and extrapolates the view/second rate based on the previous viewcount change - it's impressive to see just how many views the video is getting! It is widely believed that Gangnam Style will pass the one billion view mark on the 21st December 2012. Strangely coinciding with the Mayan prediction for the end of the world.


A small demonstration - Windows 8

This is the best thing I'v ever seen from Microsoft, and I'm not talking about Windows. This little film is brilliant, and cute. Is Windows 8 really that simple? Find out the answer in a surprisingly simple stunt that took place in December 7th, in a Fnac store in Lisbon. The moment speaks for itself.


Apollo hire Apollo


How far will human lab mice go for Fantastic Delites? - Delite-o-matic

Fantastic Delites created a human mouse lab experiment to see how far people were willing to go on a human size running wheel, just to get a free packet of Fantastic Delites.


Hankook Tire: The Future of Tyre Design

A Hankook Tire competition in the US has challenged some of the country's brightest industrial design students to imagine the role of tyres in automotive design from new angles. The winning entry by University of Cincinnati student Ben Zavala took the brief somewhat literally, with his Tiltread car tyre rolling into corners at an angle like a motorcycle tyre. Zavala's breakthrough idea was to split the tyre into three parallel ring sections, each mounted on a corresponding split section of wheel. As the wheel turns and leans, the three tyre sections are individually raised or lowered, allowing them all to maintain traction with the road surface. Tiltread's wheels are hubless and contain an electric drive motor which varies power to each tyre section, allowing the sections to spin at different rates during cornering.

Google Zeitgeist 2012: A Year In Search

Here it is again, the Google Zeitgeist, summarising the years most popular searches in a great video round-up. So what featured this year? Well Red Bull did pretty well as always, but they really smashed it this year, becoming the opening and closing pieces of content. Meanwhile, just about everything you’d expect made it in, along with a few pieces that you would have thought wow, how’d that make it! Click here to enjoy the full Google Zeitgeist 2012 site.


The World's Most Downloaded Man

He is the king of Stock Images. He is always with you, everywhere you go. He is omnipresent. He is The World's Most Downloaded Man. And now Câmera Clara Photography Studio will show you who he really is.

Swedish Post: Parcel Memory Xmas Game

Swedish Post are famous for huge Xmas installations, in fact you probably remember last years ‘Xmas on Wheels‘ installation created in a huge warehouse that allowed users to shoot their own photos of a real life nativity set. Probably the benchmark for all Xmas creative pieces in 2011. So in 2012, they’ve back it up with this, Swedish Post Parcel Memory, played out live at a huge scale of 240m2, complete with 400 presents. Match two of the same, and you win both. Very cool! http://parcelmemory.com

Hard: Blind Man Tries Explaining His Concept Of Color

This is blind-since birth Tommy Edison. Tommy was presumably named after famous inventor Thomas Edison, who was born not only blind, but with the head of a lizard. "Stop rewriting history." Haha, I'm hoping some kid doing a school report reads this and mistakes it for truth. HE INVENTED iPODS. This is a two minute video of Tommy trying to explain color. It's pretty interesting to hear what he has to say. Short story even shorter: basically, he has no concept. It would be like me trying to explain what the embrace of a woman who isn't my mom feels like.


Burn PRESENTS: Visions

Shot in Bucharest, Romania, burn's VISIONS features Kie Willis, Phil Doyle and Tim Shieff of Storm Freerun and Chima Akenzua. In this film, the Storm Freerun crew are guided by their imagination into the Free State of Creativity.

A Short History of the Gif

Presented by SmartWater. In association with Moving the Still: A Gif Festival. Directed by Sean Pecknold. A LEGS Production.


One of the best TV Commercials of 2012

AdWeek have voted "Widerøe" to one of the best TV commercial of 2012. Made by McCann in Oslo. Music from Daughter, the song is called Youth.

The World’s First 3D Printing Photo Booth

Hands up if you’ve got a 3D printer? Most of the ones you can get your hands on are pretty low-res and print liquid plastic. So what happens when you create a pop-up store with a high-end powder based 3D printer? Well, you create the world’s first 3D printing photo booth… Made by the guys at PARTY, this pop-up store allows people to be mapped in high-definition 3D before being printed between 10cm and 20cm tall in full colour, to proive a semi-realistic 3D printed version of yourself to take home… All for about $250 bucks! Not bad huh? VIA Digitalbuzz


Färskhetsbeviset from Pressbyrån (Swedish)

En lussekatt är godast när den är rykande färsk. Här visar Pressbyrån och Åkerstam Holst hur man kan sälja lussekatter med ingräddat färskhetsbevis på Pressbyrån.

Nattvandring (Night Watch)

From Youtube: Nattvandring.nu är en politiskt och religiöst obunden stiftelse som arbetar för att utveckla, stödja och främja nattvandring i hela Sverige. Ju fler vuxna som finns på platser där unga finns om kvällar och nätter, desto tryggare blir gator och torg. Hitta en grupp där du bor på nattvandring.nu Tack till alla som utan ersättning ställt upp för att göra den här filmen! Kund: Janne Lundholm / nattvandring.nu Byrå: Klirr Stockholm Musik: Jonathan Johansson Skivbolag: Hybris Regi: Lena Landén & Frida Vigström Foto: Robert Ekström Steadicam: Nestor Salazar Post Production & ljud: Videa

Nintendo History by Anthony Veloso


IKEA Kastrullorkester Flashmob Stockholm


ParaNorman Feaurette: Faces of Paranorman

I love stop motion animation, it gives the film a much more raw look and I can't get enough. It's unique and definitely worth it all. In this easy-to-follow recipe, see how you too can make a delicious stop-motion animated movie!


The Live Tile Experiment

Microsoft may be under legal fire for the Live Tile functionality in their Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8 OS, but that will not stop them from promoting the hell out it. In fact, Microsoft just partnered with Norwegian electro rock band Datarock to bring Live Tile functionality to unsuspecting Oslo residents. The clueless pedestrians quickly go from the quiet street experience that they’ve signed up for, to a raging electro rock block party. Note: brace yourself, the look on this man’s face is priceless.

BUYRAL - Professional Clicking

Are you tired of your viral videos not going viral? With Buyral, you'll get millions of clicks every time. And it looks like real people are watching your videos! Learn more at http://buyral.ca

Cinematic: Skydive Dubai and Into The Mind

SKYDIVE DUBAI 2012 from Skydive Dubai on Vimeo.

Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgbHAXUbCIg & http://vimeo.com/54159938

BEGINNING / Water projection

According to the Mayan calendar December 21, 2012 will be an certain era ended. Some followers of conspiracy theories claim that in this day the world will end. In June of this year, held an outdoor event, entitled "Revocation end of the world". The whole event was opened the water projection operatively called "Beginning". Animation in a nutshell, was to introduce the audience in modern times. Scenario, design, animation: NOVINASTUDIO / Grzegorz Nowiński Sound: Adam Hryniewicki

BEGINNING / Water projection from Grzegorz Nowiński on Vimeo.

Now My Brain Hurts: Impressive Anamorphic Illusions

This is a series of anamorphic illusions. Basically they're photo-realistic prints that, when viewed from just the right angle, look like what they're supposed to. But if you move them, you see just how distorted the actual image is. Be careful though, you might get a headache. I got a headache. "That's a hangover." Shhhhhhhhh! I'm going to tell my boss it's a migraine and try to leave at lunch.


JAM with Chrome

Best fun you had all week! It's a blast, you gotta try it. Play music live with your friends online! Try JAM now: http://jamwithchrome.com An interactive web application that allows friends in different locations to play music together in Chrome on their computers. No matter what your level of experience - from music pros to aspiring air guitarists - you can JAM together in real time over the web. Choose from a selection of 19 different instruments, from acoustic and bass guitars to drum kits and keyboards. Invite up to three friends to join your JAM via the sharing buttons on the site.

Dumb Ways to Die



Old Spice | Dikembe Mutombo's 4 1/2 Weeks to Save the World.

Perhaps the most ridiculous yet fantastic and halarious piece of 8-bit advergame madness I’ve seen this year, is this piece from Old Spice called ‘Dikembe Mutombo’s 4 1/2 Weeks to Save the World’ game which starts on YouTube and is played out on a microsite here. Weirdly, the entire thing is tied into a live streaming countdown of a machine carving out an ancient Mayan ring! Try the game now: www.oldspicesavestheworld.com

Africa for Norway

Imagine if every person in Africa saw the "Africa for Norway" video and this was the only information they ever got about Norway. What would they think about Norway? If we say Africa, what do you think about? Hunger, poverty, crime or AIDS? No wonder, because in fundraising campaigns and media that's mainly what you hear about. The pictures we usually see in fundraisers are of poor African children. Hunger and poverty is ugly, and it calls for action. But while these images can engage people in the short term, we are concerned that many people simply give up because it seems like nothing is getting better. Africa should not just be something that people either give to, or give up on. The truth is that there are many positive developments in African countries, and we want these to become known. We need to change the simplistic explanations of problems in Africa. We need to educate ourselves on the complex issues and get more focus on how western countries have a negative impact on Africa's development. If we want to address the problems the world is facing we need to do it based on knowledge and respect. The video is made by The Norwegian Students' and Academics' International Assistance Fund (www.saih.no). With the cooperation of Operation Day's Work (www.od.no). With funding from The Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) and The Norwegian Children and Youth Council (LNU). Music by Wathiq Hoosain. Lyrics by Bretton Woods (www.developingcountry.org). Video by Ikind Productions (www.ikindmedia.com) Collecting radiators – Shipping them over there – Spread some warmth – Spread some smiles – Say yes to Radi-Aid.


Mine Kafon | Callum Cooper

THE MINE KAFON is a Semifinalist in the $200,000 FOCUS FORWARD Filmmaker Competition and is in the running to become the $100,000 Grand Prize Winner. It could also be named an Audience Favorite if it's among the ten that receives the most votes. If you love it, vote for it. Click on the VOTE button in the top right corner of the video player. Note that voting may not be available on all mobile platforms, and browser cookies must be enabled to vote. A short documentary portrait on a designer who has created a low cost solution to landmine clearance.

Red Cross Storyteller

TAXI Drive Test - Mitsubishi

Tip of the day: Purchase Rolex Watches at 90% off! Click here.

Sigur Rós - Valtari


Apple Donation Box

A simple way for Apple and iPhone users to give back this holiday season. Client: Apple Agency: Miami Ad School Art Directors: Philip Hovensjö, Max Pilwat, Andy Schwitter Copywriter: Westley Taylor Voice Over: Shane Stever


Robots appear to be on the move!

Robots appear to be on the move in different parts of the USA and the tumblr site http://brilliantmach.tumblr.com is updating on what's going on. Have you seen these robots or another "robot-like-thingie" moving around in your town? Send them in! Anyone know whats this for? New transformers-movie? Robocop?


PolskieRadio.pl: Touch The Sound

Hypermedia Isobar created an event, where people could literally touch the most important sounds of the century.


Romo - Iphone Robot


LG IPS Monitors. So Real, it's scary!


Microsoft: Spammers' Aid

Our mission was to communicate the message that Hotmail now stops 97% of all spam to Swedish tech-influencers. Instead of just boosting out the message we decided to take a somewhat different approach. As the Hotmail spam filter now is so effective it can actually put spammers out of business we decided to try and help them get legal jobs and launched Spammers' Aid. The campaign consisted of a website and an online video invitation for spammers to an "open house" seminar at Microsoft's Swedish head offices. At the seminar we had representatives, from Microsoft and a recruiter from the IT-sector, talk about ways for spammers to use their programming and online marketing skills to do something good instead of more spamming. No spammers showed up but the seminar was broadcasted live online where 27 people followed it, anonymously, and Sweden's largest IT- blog reported live from the event. The product manager for Hotmail in Sweden was interviewed by both national and international media and the core message impact was at 73 % within the target group.


The real master of intuition

We've staged a special broadcast of the UEFA Champions League final match in a pub in Milan. Two legends of Italian football, Billy Costacurta and José Altafini, are in the pub giving live commentary. They don't know we've hidden cameras everywhere to give them the surprise of their lives.


Unlock the 007 in you. You have 70 seconds!

Coke Zero challenged unsuspecting train passengers to unlock the 007 in them for their chance to win exclusive tickets for the new James Bond movie SKYFALL. However, the exclusive tickets weren't free. People had to go the extra mile and unlock their inner 007 in less than 70 seconds to win. To find out more about #CokeZero007 : http://www.facebook.com/cokezero


OAK Reverse Robbery #1 - Newtown

Everyone knows there's only one cure for hungrythirsty, and that's OAK. And there's only one cure for a store that doesn't stock OAK, and that's an OAK Reverse Robbery. Tell us you can't get OAK at your local store and we may just do something about it. OAK, kill hungrythirsty dead.


Baby's First Text viral

Sienna is 14 months old and she's already texting!

TRUE SKIN Cyborgs and Augmented Reality

Written & Directed by: Stephan Zlotescu Director of Photography: H1 Original Music: J-Punch Producer: Christopher Sewall Manager: Scott Glassgold / IAM Entertainment

Felix Baumgartner's supersonic freefall from 128k' - Mission

After flying to an altitude of 39,045 meters (128,100 feet) in a helium-filled balloon, Felix Baumgartner completed a record breaking jump for the ages from the edge of space, exactly 65 years after Chuck Yeager first broke the sound barrier flying in an experimental rocket-powered airplane. Felix reached a maximum of speed of 1,342.8 km/h (833mph) through the near vacuum of the stratosphere before being slowed by the atmosphere later during his 4:20 minute long freefall. The 43-year-old Austrian skydiving expert also broke two other world records (highest freefall, highest manned balloon flight), leaving the one for the longest freefall to project mentor Col. Joe Kittinger.


First World Problems Anthem

Lexus Sports Illustrated Ad: Style and Technology, Together Like Never Before

Lexus just added a new layer to its compelling 2013 ES marketing campaign with an advertisement that, like the entirely new ES, merges next-generation technologies with stunning visuals. Starting today, readers can bring a Lexus ES print ad, found in today's issue of Sports Illustrated magazine, to life by simply placing the ad over the screen of an iPad. Watch as the static image takes off for a test drive with sight, sound and touch.


Worlds biggest Rube Goldberg



Directed by Nathan Drabsch, the performances were shot over one day using two RED Epic cameras, capturing the action at high speed. All design, editing and post production was done in-house by The DMCI team. We worked closely with composers and audio designers Mark Brandis & Jeff Black from ism studios, to create a unique score that perfectly compliments the performances.


VM i Døds

European Belly flop Championship. Enjoy!

ExtraBold Book: It´s more than a book.

WHY "ExtraBold." is more than a book? “ExtraBold” is the compendium of all the imagery of Serial Cut™, a Spanish design studio established in Madrid in 1999 by Sergio del Puerto, that focuses on art direction for international projects. The book was published worldwide in September 2012 by Index Book & Page One (Asian edition) and contains 320 pages, printed on different kinds of paper, showcasing more than 150 projects from the early years up to the present time. ExtraBold® is more than a book: some pages recognize AUGMENTED REALITY technology, which can be used with the freely downloadable "ExtraBold" APP for iPhone and iPad; it connects to the following media content: 18 3D VIRTUAL FIGURES 14 MAKING OF VIDEOS 16 COMMERCIAL VIDEOS 11 ZOOM IMAGES 3 NAVEGABLE WEBSITES This is the first time that a design book has used this technology to display more than 3D figures (as many magazines and books have already done), for it connects to extra multimedia content.


The Smile Experiment - Lipton Ice Tea


Open Site - Hyper-Revolution


Video Projection and a Treadmill = Willow - Sweater

Official video for 'Sweater' by Belgian band Willow. Directed by: Filip Sterckx DOP: Pierre Schreuder 3D animation / Editing: Filip Sterckx Production: Pierre Schreuder, Filip Sterckx Technical support: Aitor Biedma Production assistant: Nils Goddeeris Thanks to: Het Depot, Stake5, Cools multimedia, Tom Brewaeys, Birgit Sterckx, Antoon Verbeeck, Pieter-Jan Boghe

Iphone to Polaroid - Impossible Projects


Hypermatrix Installation

When everybody is doing video projection mapping, Hyundai makes it for real! Hyper-Matrix created by media artist group : J o n p a s a n g


Carlton Draught - Beer Chase


What I have to Offer

On the 30th of September 2011, in front of a sell-out theatre at the BFI in London, Charlie Kaufman delivered the final lecture in BAFTA's 2011 Screenwriters' Lecture Series. Hear Kaufmans full lecture here.


After Life: The Science Of Decay

Broadcast (2011) If you have ever wondered what would happen in your own home if you were taken away and everything inside was left to rot, the answer is revealed in this programme which explores the strange and surprising science of decay. For two months, a glass box containing a typical kitchen and garden was left to rot in full public view within Edinburgh Zoo. In this resulting documentary, Dr George McGavin and his team use time-lapse cameras and specialist photography to capture the extraordinary way in which moulds, microbes and insects are able to break down our everyday things and allow new life to emerge from old.

INTENSE: Old Spice Interactive Muscle Music Cacophony

This is an interactive video of former NFL player and current actor Terry Crews with a bunch of electrodes attached to his various muscle groups that allegedly activate various musical instruments. He plays for a little while, but afterwards you can record your own jam by mashing the buttons on your keyboard like a crazy person. Are the electrodes ACTUALLY playing the instruments? I doubt it. I've been wrong before though.

Green Pedestrian Crossing - China Environmental Protection Fund

The multi-award winning, 'Green Pedestrian Crossing' campaign for the China Environmental Protection Fund. Agency credit to: DDB China (Shanghai Branch)



Brandon Cronenberg, the son director David Cronenberg birthed when a fleshy pod erupted from his festering boil and scuttled off screeching into a corner before he could incinerate it, has grown up and made his feature-length writing and directing debut with Antiviral. The satire-tinged horror-thriller stars X-Men: First Class's Caleb Landry Jones, and depicts a near future in which celebrity obsession has reached a point that the harvesting and sales of famous persons' diseases and flesh has become a glitterati-fueled business bigger and grosser than Us Weekly. When Landry--a worker in the celebrity pathogen trade--becomes infected with an illness that ends up causing a horrifying death to the starlet that contracted it, he ends up becoming, in the words of co-star Malcolm McDowell, "involved in something sinister." Naturally, "something sinister" also somehow involves disgusting, pulsating back mutations and the above image, because Brandon's gotta make dad proud. See the trailer below.


The V Motion Project Kinect

After months of going all out The V Motion Project took their new technology to the streets and created a music track using only the body's movement. This is a result of heaps of hard work and a shitload of V.


Talk to yourself in the future!

Ladies and gentlemen this is the work of a genius!

Dubstep Dispute – Robots making dubstep!


Kinetic Rain


Evolving Fractal


Listen to the music I hear

Have you ever wondered what kind of music I like? Feel free to subscribe to my Spotily playlist. For your ears only Enjoy!


Hack a Webcam

"Webcam" is based on actual events and was shot entirely on a computer's webcam. The filmmakers hope that it will make people think more about the technology that we use every day and the effects it can have on all of us.


Hey, Pass Me A Beer!

If you haven't already seen it this is a video called 'Pass Me A Beer', featuring two dudes from Milwaukee, Wisconsin passing each other beers in fun and creative ways. Some involve trampolines, some slingshots, some flagpoles, but all -- ALL involve a foamy, undrinkable can of Old Milwaukee by the end.

BMW M5 - "Bullet" - High Performance Art

The world's fastest sedan recreates super slow-motion bullet footage on a much grander scale. The result: High Performance Art.


The Story of Keep Calm and Carry On


Baltic Sea UFO Hunters Look To Identify Mystery Object

A mysterious cylindrical object is sitting 300 feet at the bottom of the Baltic Sea between Sweden and Finland, and nobody knows what it is -- yet. Deep sea divers using remote-controlled cameras are heading to the site on Friday. They'll try to determine the exact identity of the object, which side-scan sonar first revealed in June 2011. "My guess is that they won't find anything. They may just find a large roundish rock," well-known skeptic Benjamin Radford, deputy editor of Skeptical Inquirer magazine, told The Huffington Post. "Side-scan sonar is not a photograph and it can create false echoes, so it's not crystal clear what exactly it is that you're recording," Radford said. "The object that we're talking about is basically flush with the ocean floor, and side-scan sonar is much less reliable for things like that." In what's been compared to an episode of "The X-Files," Peter Lindberg, captain of the Ocean Explorer, and his co-researcher Dennis Asberg made global headlines last year when they presented sonar images of a nearly 200-foot-wide circular anomaly -- looking very much like the fictitious Millennium Falcon spacecraft from the "Star Wars" movies. "We don't know whether it is a natural phenomenon or an object," Lindberg told Fox News. The researchers will spend between six and 10 days at the site, using sonar to create 3D images of the bottom of the specified part of the Baltic Sea. Explanations for the odd anomaly include a meteor, a naturally-occurring gas well and the possible remains of a 19th-century Russian warship. Of course, let's not forget about all of those hopeful souls who would love this to turn out to be a crash-submerged spacecraft from another world. "If this were a UFO, that would indeed be a strange thing," Asberg told Fox News. "I'm just not sure, but we'll see soon." Radford, who is also the author of "Scientific Paranormal Investigation: How To Solve Unexplained Mysteries," said he thinks the mystery will only continue if the divers don't find anything. "Because then they'll say, 'Whoa, hold on here. We have this image that was taken in 2011. How come they're going back there and not finding it there?'" Radford said. "And there will be conspiracies about that." What do you think? A viral campaign for Ocean Explorer? Or is it the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars?

Google Maps: The many dimensions of a modern map

For the last decade we've obsessed over building great maps for our users—maps that are comprehensive, accurate and easy to navigate. This video gives you a glimpse into that journey, and also talks about what's next for Google Maps.


Spencers Solicitors – Bid on a person

Spencers Solicitors in the UK have launched a microsite at www.injuryauction.co.uk that aims to draw attention to the practice of personal injury cases being regularly auctioned off to the highest bidder by insurance companies. For years, insurers have been selling personal injury cases to solicitors for ‘referral fees’, essentially a commission which lawyers must pay to represent individual claimants. The ‘price tag’ of these case bundles is likely influenced by the degree of injuries sustained by specific cases, essentially putting people’s misery up for sale to the highest bidder.

This shocking revelation is at the heart of a new campaign launched by Spencers in an attempt to rid the personal injury system of questionable practices undertaken by insurers and other industry players. The microsite includes additional information and an interactive game where you get to throw auction hammers at the bidders, all designed to shine the spotlight on how the system works and encouraging consumers to challenge their insurer to end the practice immediately. Visitors are encouraged to take action by emailing their insurance company to determine if they are taking part in the practice.

To further highlight the issue, and in my opinion the best bit, is that Spencers has created an ebay page at http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/221043449826 to demonstrate how unscrupulous insurance companies are asking law firms to bid for real cases of serious and often life-changing accidents, all in the name of profit.


Introducing the Leap

Leap represents an entirely new way to interact with your computers. It's more accurate than a mouse, as reliable as a keyboard and more sensitive than a touchscreen. For the first time, you can control a computer in three dimensions with your natural hand and finger movements.

How to wake up a kid ( Breed – Nirvana )

[Budweiser] Vinyl Ad - The magazine ad you can play

Budweiser and Will.I.Am have formed an unprecedented partnership to create a vinyl ad, which plays the hit "Great Times." To be enjoyed at your parties and to celebrate the good times to come.

Opening Beers With Things Not Made For Opening Beers

This is a video compilation from beer lovers Chris Sumers and Adam Young opening a bunch of beer bottles with things not made for opening beer bottles. Things like skateboards, belly buttons, power tools, animal hooves -- you name it.


Gran Turismo gamer to being a real racing star

Nissan Juke-R racing supercars in Dubai. The film, which is reminiscent of the ‘Need for Speed’ movies, Desert Nemesis follows GT Academy winner Lucas Ordóñez as he takes the one-off Juke-R to the streets of Dubai to take part in a street race against some of the world’s most famous and thrilling sports cars. GT Academy launched Lucas from being an ordinary Gran Turismo gamer to being a star driver for Nissan, which has included him finishing on the podium in last year's Le Mans 24 Hours


Fair Trade: Machine Accepts Dog Turds For Free Wi-Fi


Old Spice – I Can Do Anything

When you smell like a champion, the only thing standing in the way of success is all of the other things it takes to be a champion besides smell.


McDonald's Reflective Billboard

A billboard visible only at night.

Holi Slow Motion

The world is fascinating. People and cultures inspire us. Sadly, the fast paced lifestyles of our generation result in many not taking the necessary step back to soak in the existing world around us. Our goal with this film is to help viewers further appreciate and take notice of the beauty in life & culture that lies within our world...
...so the next time you notice something that strikes you as interesting, stop for a second, start powering on your camera, think about why it's unique, and snap the shot before you miss it. Life is extraordinary. Embrace it.


This is a small animation made by Ion Lucin. An exercise to experiment and explore all the graphical possibilities of representing the idea of the SPHERE, gestalt and form. Its all done in 3D, but he was more interested in the graphical interest, flatten the surfaces, and only two colors, why more. The most difficult was to achieve the transitions between the different type of representation of the sphere, the morphing and metamorphosing.


To launch the high quality TV channel TNT in Belgium we placed a big red push button on an average Flemish square of an average Flemish town. A sign with the text "Push to add drama" invited people to use the button. And then we waited... Discover here what happened or visit http://www.tnt-tv.be for more info.


Daniel Franke & Cedric Kiefer “unnamed soundsculpture”

This piece uses a Kinect and a dancer’s performance as the starting point for abstract imagery. Todays coolest thing for sure! Franke and Kiefer’s dancer is the basis for a constantly evolving sand sculpture. My favorite parts are where big movements capture frozen echoes of the body and they hold in place for a split second before falling away.

Micro Empire - by Clemens Wirth and Radium Audio

Music video made by Clemens Wirth and Radium Audio. Stranger than fiction… molecular conflict and mitochondrial warfare … a heartstopping, subcellular epic … a truly microcinematic experience!

ABC Monsters - Can you guess them all?


Project Glass: One day (Google Glasses)

"We believe technology should work for you — to be there when you need it and get out of your way when you don't. A team within our Google[x] group started Project Glass to build this kind of technology, one that helps you explore and share your world, putting you back in the moment." VIA Youtube

A Skittles Easter Surprise

You might have seen the new Skittles Touch Videos. But what you didn't see are the digital Easter eggs hidden in each one. There are 5 in total that you can find by clicking on YouTube annotations hidden in the videos. The first one is in the Dr. Cyclops video, you can find it by clicking on the Skittles poster. Check it out... if you like laughing.


Simple steps to unlocking those magical holiday memories

UK cottages letting company cottages4you did some research that showed that holiday memories act as a very powerful tool for beating stress and relaxing the mind, so they enlisted the help of eight times world memory champion, Dominic O'Brian to create a video with techniques to help people remember their holiday memories.

The best bit is the interactive memory challenge game. Watch the vid then try to remember the items in order!

They are also invited people to submit their holiday memories to facebook.

Benga - I Will Never Change

Definitely a 'wish I'd thought of that' video.

Drake ~ Take Care Feat. Rihanna

Directed By Yoanne Lemoine


Samsung Smart TV Stare Battle casevideo

Don't you dare blink. Samsung is challenging people in the Netherlands to stare at its new SMART TV for as long as possible without blinking, in an interactive game devised by Muse Amsterdam.

The game is played on a specially designed, Samsung-branded YouTube channel where an eye-tracking device registers your eyelid movements on the webcam. During the game, players will take on internet lip-synch sensation Keenan Cahill, who is seen in this video showing off his lip-synch to De La Soul's Me, Myself and I without blinking once. Cahill will try to distract players during the game by using tactics such as calling them on Skype, showing YouTube videos, and showcasing other SMART TV features. Every week the player with the longest stare time will be rewarded with a SMART TV prize package.


Kevin Allocca: Why videos go viral

Kevin Allocca is YouTube's trends manager, and he has deep thoughts about silly web video. In this talk from TEDYouth, he shares the 4 reasons a video goes viral.


Collapsing Cooling Towers

Re-run from the past is still awesome: MTVHD Promo

Jacob Sutton’s L.E.D. Surfer

A Night-time Snowboarding Short Lights Up the Last of the Winter Snow. Fashion photographer and filmmaker Jacob Sutton swaps the studio for the slopes of Tignes in the Rhône-Alpes region of south-eastern France, with a luminous after hours short starring Artec pro snowboarder William Hughes. The electrifying film sees Hughes light up the snow-covered French hills in a bespoke L.E.D.-enveloped suit courtesy of designer and electronics whizz John Spatcher. “I was really drawn to the idea of a lone character made of light surfing through darkness,” says Sutton of his costume choice.


L'Odyssée de Cartier. Todays must see!

Guardian - Three Little Pigs

Invisible Mercedes Led

When Mercedes wanted to promote its new fuel cell vehicle, instead of placing it squarely in front of everyone in the world, the company decided to make the car invisible. I love this!

Nike Basketball - Goutte d’Or

Nike Basketball & Pigalle - Goutte d'Or from Paul Geusebroek on Vimeo.


Flying People in New York City

Glassboy by Roni Kleiner

Glassboy from roni kleiner on Vimeo.


20things that happen on the internet 2011

20 of the greatest, funniest and most insane internet events from 2011 have been united in a single illustration. It’s an open challenge. Last year a few people guessed 19 out of 20 – we’re hoping someone will crack all 20 this year. Made by Syzygy in London.


Hello. Just...awesome!

Made by Matthijs Vlot.


Coolest Thing From The Consumer Electronics Show

This was the coolest thing on display at the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. It's a smart window from Samsung -- basically a one-way window (people on the other side can't see in) with a full-pane electronic touchscreen display where you can display info, roam the internet, watch adult films, etc., etc. It can even turn into virtual blinds! Just watch the video. The future, ladies and gentlemen - it's really almost here!