Tagged: video

What’s it like to be a sex symbol?

Unfortunately I do not follow sex symbol Taye Diggs across all his social platforms. It seems he is quite lively on Twitter, Instagram and even Vine. However, I don’t follow any other actors on these channels, so why should I follow someone best known as a bandleader in Chicago?

Because this… This is why!

 

Hilarious!

We’re not sure if it is real, it doesn’t quite look like he makes contact. But more so, I don’t care.
Good work Taye, I diggs.

Now let’s watch it again.
In fact let’s view it the way it was meant to be viewed… repeatedly on Vine.

 

Shapeways

As much as I’ve heard people bang on about 3D printing, nothing has quite hit home like this inspirational video from Shapeways.

What is the future of creativity, manufacturing, and design? How is the Shapeways community and 3D printing enabling everyone to make their ideas real?

This film portrays how the Shapeways 3D printing community and marketplace is enabling everyone to be a creator. All you need is an idea and an Internet connection.

FINISH HIM!!

If you were to combine a fuck bucket of things I love, from digital interactivity to 90’s beat ’em ups… you’d probably end up with this:

Mortal Kombat vs Street Fighter – In real life:

Created by the awesome GakAttack, the perfect blend of special effects and martial arts, alongside .Start, the gamer specific entertainment channel… This is one of the best portrayals of real life Street Kombat (see what I did there) I have ever seen!

Congratulations boys, that was Perfect! (Or should I say Flawless?)

Keep an eye on this incredible team, they plan to make an entire series dedicated to Fan Fights. If your appetite is not whet enough yet, check out this super-human showdown:

Batman vs Captain America – Ultimate Fan Fight:

Fed into my eyes by @D_NSandNick.

Last Week on the Net

Last week I was at home in the sticks, with an internet signal as strong as a baby’s little toe. I became so annoyed at the word ‘Buffering’ I soon gave up on the whole thing. Here are just a few of the items that seemed to draw me in before giving me the metaphorical finger:

Red Ted Band Trailer

I was able to see were giffs of Marky Mark singing the Thunder song with the new bear on the block, which only made matters worse.

Project Glass

This really frustrated me, I wanted to see what was all shiny and new in the tech world… oh, and the inevitable parodies that were to follow:

Augmented Lolz

And none of this was more frustrating than not being able to hear what Snoop had to say about his new book. So Snoop, drop it like it’s hard(back).

It feels so good to get all that off my chest.

Gorillaz DoTheirThing

The Gorillaz combine different animation styles with real life footage, Andre 3000, James Murphy and their Converse trainer to create their latest music video…

DoYaThing:


The video was made to promote the trainer, and you now get a free DoYaThing single with every purchase.

This is a video I should have known (It’s like the lyrics.. get it?)

I know the video below is critically acclaimed and shit…


But fuck that, WATCH THIS!

Walk off the Earth perform a cover of Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know” using five people on one guitar.

I just feel ashamed I’ve only just come across it.
(sad face)

You can download it here or check out their facebook page here.