Adobe’s aforementioned CSS Regions and CSS Exclusions (which can be faked via The Box Office, a tool I once wrote a long (long!) time ago) have landed in Webkit/Chromium and in IE10 preview. Demos can be seen in the video below (starting from 1:10)
The Auroro Borealis, aka &lduo;The Northern Lights”, as seen from the International Space Station. Did you know the Aurora is created by the Solar Wind? Thank you Brian Cox for giving me that knowledge via your — highly recommended — Wonders of the Solar System (starting from 1:15):
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Great timelapse shot in LA by Colin Rich. Full screen and HD enabled recommended. Audio by Cinematic Orchestra.
From the comments, the answer to the question “How long did it take?”: About six hours of taping by seven tapers, roughly four weeks of planning, scouting and comping, decades of collective skill, roughly 125th of a second for shooting, all for 15 minutes of blue painter’s tape fame!
Wasn’t at Tomorrowland myself, but still keep getting goosebumps when viewing the after movie. One part of aftermovie caught my ear: Shazam told me it’s “Epic” by Sandro Silva & Quintino (passage taken starting from 2:14): Totally fits the vibe of such a big dance event.
Mac ‘n’ Cheese is an animated short directed and created by four students at the Utrecht School of Arts in the Netherlands. This roughly two minute animation took about five months to make, and about a bajillion peanut butter sandwiches. The authors also note it’s “inspired by Team Fortress 2 and Meet Buck”, the latter […]
Fresh Prince of Bel Air + Lord of the Rings’ Gandalf = /via @joren