If you ever heard anything about all those E.T. Atari game cartridges buried in the desert, this movie shows what led to them gettin’ there…and what happens when they dug them up. The documentary will premiere on XBOX.
As an Internet Lawyer, Kent Wesley has sued the pants of many a pants wearer.
You can watch these spots and get your Arrested Development fix (or Old Spice, depending on how you look at it) or if you’re really feelin’ motivated you can go to You’ve Got a Case on Facebook where he’ll “serve” your friends and family. (Thanks, Ty)
The best part is, this is not a hack. It’s a new toy. And it’s going on my Christmas list.
I mean, my sons‘ Christmas list.
To go with the built-in camera is a built-in, tiny LCD. They also give you a mount so you can use the car as a regular ‘ol video camera. All for about $60. Seems like the kids who grew up playing with Hot Wheels and computers are growing up and putting that creativity back into the toys. Wonder what else is revvin’ in their skunkworks. (via LS)
Kids and stoners alike will eat this up with a spoon. But don’t even show it to the Trippy Webcam Girl. She’ll just explode.
Autodesk just released this real-time video effects app, Motion FX, which uses your Mac’s FaceTime, iSight, or external camera and facial tracking [see: CamStache] to apply crazy effects like fire, smoke, and rainbow plasma (which I like to call the Predator filter).
Damn, I made it to Maker Faire this weekend to catch Blue Ribbon Salvage but missed Adam Savage —dancing to the Dr. Who theme with ArcAttack! at the helm. I did happen to catch a different ArcAttack!/Tesla Coil show with a chain mail guitarist. Will post pics soon.
Today is International (er, -Galactic?) Star Wars Day. What better way to celebrate than with new-ish spots for LEGO Star Wars III? Killer work by the same peeps who did the end-card animations for our ampmSecret Menu spots, The Core LA.
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THE FÖRCE IS STRONG WITH THIS LIST
Can you believe it’s been a whole year since the since last May the 4th? Here’s a handy look back at everything you May’ve missed (see what I did there). Geek out with the Ümlaut:
Oh, happy day. Not only was Portal 2 released, but this single from The National, too. It’s a piano-driven number, much like their contribution to the Win Win Soundtrack, only more chilly. Gorgeous nonetheless. Even if the cake is still a lie. Purchase it here.