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Happy Birthday H.P Lovecraft and thanks for all the nightmares!

In case you were wondering, yes, there’s a poo in there that looks like Jabba the Hutt. The making of is after the jump. Read More »

Some interesting facts about Star Trek. Click on the image to expand it.

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Battlestar Galactica and Beastie Boys? Never imagined these two together in the same conversation even. But some guy came up with the idea of recreating the Sabotage video using only BSG shots. Great idea if you ask me. Sabotage video after the jump. If you want to watch them side by side use two youtube videos and a motherfucking crossfader.

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The 2 minute teaser trailer that some were lucky enough to see last week has been released to the masses and boy, does it look and sound good (this is the first thing we hear from Daft Punk since forever). I can’t really say much about it, mainly because I’m busy watching the thing over and over again. If you’re like me, you’ll probably feel joy once it’s over and then come back down to Earth and realize December 17th can’t come soon enough.

See or download it at program-glitch-esc (part of the alternate reality game launched to promote the movie).

At last, image recognition technology is here and it’s not just some tech demo from a TED talk. And again, the ones pushing things forward are the guys from Goggle. I mean Google. What I like best is that they don’t shy away from saying the technology is in its early stages. Early or not, it’s still impressive.

Source: The Augmented Reality Blog

As if the track didn’t have chip tunes itself, director Jérémie Perin treats us with this 8 bit era video orgy. Make no mistake about it, this blows Junior Senior’s “Move your feet” out of the water. The YouTube description reads: “Think Spielberg’s Duel + Russ Meyer’s Faster Pussycat Kill Kill! and Marc Dorcel’s wildest fantasies.” Could’t have said it better. As it contains lots of sex and pooping, it’s highly NSFW.

Source: Star Wars Weather by Tom Scott


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