Midi sound art. Didn't even know this was a thing. But of course it is and someone is pretty good at it.
And a touch of shading. Made with Houdini.
By: WayGroovy | Mar 10th, 2017 (9:39 AM)
Take a trip on a Hot Wheels car through a fantastical wonderland of lights, glow sticks, and fire.
The definition of eye candy.
By: WayGroovy | Feb 12th, 2017 (12:57 AM) | Thanks: Softest Voice
Turn off the lights, pop on some headphones, and traverse the solar system.
By: calvinhobbes | Jan 12th, 2017 (10:15 AM)
I can't get no br> Satisfaction br> No no no
This might be the nudge I need to finally upgrade my TV.
By: WayGroovy | Nov 2nd, 2016 (12:21 AM) | Thanks: CrispyCroissant
Everything is everywhere, and everything is wrong. Welcome to Hell Future.
By: calvinhobbes | Jul 14th, 2016 (11:59 PM) | Thanks: bunny
The source for all you future favorite movies' time lapse segues.
Domo Arigato Mr. Roboto!
Click 'explore' upper left, zoom in and out, pan like google maps over a variety of insects
Digital animator turns actual vintage photos into animated scenes.
Where's waldo in video, shot in 360 degrees. Pretty clever.
A fiernd who has dysxelia decrisebd to me how seh expienrnces reaidng. She can raed, but it taeks a lot of cocetranonoin, and the leterets semes to "jump aronud".
By: WayGroovy | Mar 4th, 2016 (11:47 PM)
Show reel for computer animation festival and a full list of titles in the description.
The Division game promo, but interesting enough
A courageous girl fights 8-bit hell to rescue her man in Guy Collins' animated dubstep adventure.
Skiing in Pitch black... with LEDs.
Amazing photographs from this year
just epic, and maybe loud.
A graphical view on the days of Americans. Good for data nerds.
Very cool art exhibit at the Smithsonian's Renwick Gallery. Interesting use of materials. If you are in DC go bliss out.
Check out daily photos of earth from NASA's EPIC satellite camera. Even NASA is getting in on the click bait title trend.
Thousands of residents from Jiangxi and Foshan in China reported seeing a "floating city" in the sky earlier this month. The images and grainy video footage appear to show towering skyscrapers poking out of the clouds and looming over the ground below.
You'll recognize a lot of the more famous images, but my favorites are the rougher snapshots. This feels a lot more like being there.
Recently published photographs taken by General Charles Day Palmer during WWII
warning some pics are a gruesome (mostly in part 2)
Cafe Art, a UK-based initiative that allows the homeless to express themselves through art and photography, gave 100 of these Fujifilm disposable cameras to the homeless in London.
Beautiful sights of the world, as seen from the perspective of Google Earth.
By: calvinhobbes | Aug 29th, 2015 (8:27 PM)
A First Look at Banksy's New Art Exhibition Housed Inside a Dystopian Theme Park