A Man. A Cause. A Finger. Branko the Prostate Czech and his latex glove are coming for you. So get checked before you get Czeched.
The last installment of BMW Documentaries 'Wherever You Want To Go' series looks at how far off 'the future' really is (hint - it's pretty darn close).
The latest from BMW Documentaries 'Wherever You Want to Go' series. 'Reinventing Mobility' explores the technology behind the reinvention of transportation and how it will impact how we live.
BMW Documentaries: 'The Future Just Isn't What It Used To Be' looks at the future of the past and what did and did not come true.
Modern Times - sci-fi movie from UK-based art director BC2010 - Breathtaking sci-fi short made 'with no money, just a little time and a lot of passion' and a behind the scenes look at how it was done.
'Beeps and Smudges' album produced entirely with iPad and iPhone apps
Video interview with the incredible Stefan Sagmeister for the Creators Project
"Dragonfly Love" is a new short film shot entirely on the Nokia N8.
Nice short documentary on the inner workings of Threadless.
Ken Butler turns axes, toy guns, and other objects into playable violins.
Takeshi Murata uses distortion and trippy "melts" to make some of the most interesting digital video art anywhere.
An interview with James Powderly, part of Graffiti Research Lab and the team that developed Eyewriter [see post #31312], the eye-reading technology that allows paralyzed artists to "write" graffiti.
Brain Farm is making some of the most incredible films today, partly because of their vision and partly because of their incredible camera technologies.
Muti Randolph is one of the world's top audio-visual artists. In this video he shares what's behind some of his most famous creations, which meld architecture, industrial design, music, and engineering.
Meet Dr. NakaMats, the world's most prolific inventor. He trumps Edison by a ratio of 3-to-1 and invented, among other things, the CD, the DVD, and the karaoke machine.
This year's Olympic medals will be made from recycled computer parts. Video interview with the design team behind this new concept.
Star Wars: A New Hope UNCUT! is split into 472 15 second clips. Claim one section, reshoot it, upload, and once they are all done, it's all patched together for a remake by 472 different people.