Tusalava (1929) is a splended experimental animation by New Zealand avant-garde filmmaker and kinetic artist Len Lye. The original film featured a piano score by Jack Ellitt that has unfortunately been lost. (The video above has contemporary music by Andrew Pask who uploaded the film to YouTube.) From the Len Lye Foundation: The film imagines […]
Omozoc created this terrific stop motion animation from 1,667 photographs!
Mike Winkelmann (homepage, behance) animated a few illustrative seconds of the immediate future: “ZUCKERBORG’S NIPPLE FREE TECHNO-UTOPIA” ZUCKERBORG’S NIPPLE FREE TECHNO-UTOPIA #everydays pic.twitter.com/nPGlLkemie — beeple (@beeple) October 9, 2019 Here’s another, starring that darn mouse. DISNEY PLUS #everydays pic.twitter.com/IhUV9dAama — beeple (@beeple) October 8, 2019 Embedded below is a short movie he made in 2015, […]
Wireless charging is increasingly the way to go for busy professionals. It’s quick, portable, and won’t clutter up your desk or countertop with a maze of cables. Still, there are kinks in the Qi technology that drives these chargers. And apparently, some companies are working out those kinks faster than others. Meet the iPM Wireless […]
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You’ve only got one set of teeth, and every hygienist will tell you the same thing: A good, solid toothbrush and a strict cleaning regimen will do a lot more in the long term than any session in the dentist’s chair. It’ll be a lot cheaper too, even if you purchase one of the high-end […]