Tron-like bikes leave behind trails of neon lights in fantastic video

Imagine whizzing about on a bike leaving behind streaks of light straight out of Tron. Filmmaker Mike Gamble and VFX artist Tom Wood took that idea and brought it to life in an amazing two and a half video titled, “Light Cycles.” They rigged up a few mountain bikes with LEDs and went to town with their filmmaking and visual effects … Continue reading Tron-like bikes leave behind trails of neon lights in fantastic video

Disney Research develops 3D augmented reality coloring book

We have come to expect nothing but originality fused with creativity from Disney. Here’s a look at their new 3D coloring book. As part of their first foray into the world of Augmented Reality, designers over Disney Research have developed an augmented reality coloring book. While there already are 3D coloring apps like Quiver, Disney’s iteration lets you see your … Continue reading Disney Research develops 3D augmented reality coloring book

Chiharu Shiota’s “Uncertain Journey” Installation Utilizes 750,000 Meters of Thread

Japanese installation artist Chiharu Shiota is primarily known for her large-scale works of art, regularly using yarn to create huge, intricate web networks that could easily be mistaken for some kind of levitating paint. For her latest exhibition, “Uncertain Journey”, Shiota has transformed Berlin’s Blain|Southern gallery using 750,000 meters of thread from 5,000 balls of blood-red … Continue reading Chiharu Shiota’s “Uncertain Journey” Installation Utilizes 750,000 Meters of Thread

‘Borrowed Time’ is a phenomenal short full of tragic moments and gorgeously animated visuals

We recently  stumbled upon this gem of a short film a few days ago and just had to share. It’ll get you all teary-eyed. The animated short, “Borrowed Time,” is directed by Andrew Coats & Lou Hamou-Lhadj, and produced by Amanda Deering Jones with the (awesome) soundtrack supplied by Academy Award winner Gustavo Santaolalla. Gorgeously animated … Continue reading ‘Borrowed Time’ is a phenomenal short full of tragic moments and gorgeously animated visuals