Time lapse sequences of photographs taken by the crew of expeditions 28 & 29 onboard the International Space Station from August to October, 2011, edited by Michael König. Continue reading Earth | Time Lapse View from Space, Fly Over | NASA, ISS
Incredible (Original Wired article)
Who was an extra in friend Annie Bacon’s latest music video?
This guy!… and all those other people.
Schocholautte playing their last song of the night, “Oh, My Dear”, at Chris & my Farewell to B51 party. Beware: the theremin goes a little crazy in the middle (Mikey was improvising with mine)
Best. Show. Ever.
Going into this, I heard a lot of hype. I heard that people who weren’t even Daft Punk fans (yet somehow went?) described it as a “religious experience”. Personally, I’d not call anything short of playing shuffleboard with Jesus a religious experience… but I certainly get where those folks were coming from.
Awesome show… certainly the best I’ve been to. (though if I could have somehow attended the Pink Floyd: The Wall tour, then this would possibly fall second)
Anyway, here are some clips that I managed to shoot in between frantic dancing and screaming. Enjoy.
PS: the video above, while reasonably good for web streaming, is half the quality of what it really should be.
(plus, this is just more fun to watch on your TV or iPod)
Right click here and choose “save as” to download a high-resolution (& iPod / iTunes / iTV / iPhone friendly) version
This film was created for the 2006 Filmerica Challenge.
We were given a genre (action/adventure), a prop (hammer), a character (Morgan Becker, unemployed), a line of dialog (“Things are not always what they seem.”), and 72 hours to make a short film …So naturally, we made a ninja movie.
This is the DVD cover I made for “Day In, Day Out “, a short film my friends and I made for the 2005 Filmerica Challenge.
Participants in the Filmerica Challenge are given a genre, character, prop, and line of dialog that must be used. They then have 72 hours to make a 5-9 minute movie.
Chaos ensues. We didn’t get much sleep, but it was a great experience, and I don’t think our movie sucks too much, either. 😉
Check it out for yourself: Day In, Day Out
Zutroy is a little video I did several years back as an excuse to try combining greenscreening and claymation. Unfortunately I underestimated the amount of frames I’d need to animate for Zutroy’s movements in the greenscreen segments, so when I stretched out the timing to fit, he became pretty slow & choppy. That and my little “rap” is just absurd. Apolgies for the cheese.