The below video was filmed at an air show in Germany and shows a 1:15 scale model of a Singapore Airlines Airbus A380. The video shows the plan taxiing on to the runway and perform a take off, fly by and landing for the crowd. The landing looks like it could be difficult to pull […]
The below video was created by manipulating still photos from the WWF archive. It features stunning slow motion shots, with parallax scrolling backgrounds to give depth. Source: WWF PARALLAX SEQUENCE from Make Productions on Vimeo.
Not many people know that you can record direct from your screen and capture your mouse movements straight from Mac OS X. QuickTime Player has this functionality built-in, and it’s really easy to do. With QuickTime open, simply click File > New Screen Recording. You can then click and drag an area of the screen to […]
This clever use of projectors and Kinect-like sensor equipment projects animations onto a ping pong table whilst you play. Watch the video above to see virtual ripples in the table as the ball bounces Source: Gizmodo
This is the first video ever posted on YouTube. It was uploaded at 8:27 P.M. on Saturday April 23rd, 2005. It has over 10 million views.
When you press the signup button on YouTube you are asked to choose your “@gmail.com” username. This will give you a new Gmail email address. However, it is possible to sign up using your existing email address. Google has kept the old pre-gmail signup page active, but not advertised the link anywhere. If you would […]