Red Bull Rampage is the epitome of free ride mountain biking pushing the limits of what can be done on a mountain bike. No one’s ever won it twice for a reason.
On an action-packed road trip sponsored by Mountain Dew, filmmaker Devin Graham of Devin Super Tramp had the opportunity to shoot some incredible footage of extreme sports aficionados launching off a custom-made slip ‘n slide, aptly known as Slip N Fly. The #DEWROADTRIP took Graham and his crew to Ohio Dreams, an action sports camp in Butler, Ohio that features this monstrous, lubricated ramp.
Essentially a single snowboard cut into 2 pieces, the Dual Snowboards offer up a ton of mobility that snowboarders would’ve never dreamed of. The individual halves attach to each one of your feet independently allowing you to perform a ton new tricks, while still being able to perform most of the tricks you could already perform with a typical snowboard.
Vans Presents The Ductumentary, A short-film revealing what is perhaps Joel Tudor’s greatest contribution to surfing. Featuring Joel Tudor, Alex Knost, Tyler Warren, Ryan Burch, Jared Mell and more.
Adidas have presented their first line of snowboard boots, they feature advanced technology including Continental rubber, Recco avalanche rescue technology, an active heel harness and recycled coffee ground materials for odor neutralization, and provide everything you need for a comfortable boot.
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The 3D motion sensor is designed keeping in mind the requirement of athletes and can be used in conjunction with your tablet or smartphone anywhere, anytime. Zepp motion sensor measures about 1-inch square and weights 6.3 grams which is huge advantage as it can be mounted on baseball/softball bat, tennis racket or golf glove to analyze baseball swings, tennis swings and golf swings wit the help of in-built ARM processor.
Do you live in London? Will you use the Tube to get home from work today? Maybe you need to take the managers line from Brian Clough to Arsene Wenger? Or the central defenders line from Paul McGrath to Des Walker?
3D Agency and Nike teamed up for an in-store promotional image featuring L.A. Clippers power forward Blake Griffin.
“The original concept was to highlight Griffin’s power and speed, showing him jumping over and smashing through a mass of porcelain basketball players,” explained 3DA producer John Moffett. “We were provided with photographic references of players either jumping to block a shot or jostling for a position to get in for a block; we were really keen to make it look as though all of the players were interacting with each other, as well as with Griffin.”
Moffett and his crew sculpted the players in ZBrush and created hair and facial variations to end up with a cast of 50 fighting for the ball. He used Maya to position and run dynamic simulations, Mental Ray for rendering, Nuke for compositing, and Photoshop to retouch. Nike supplied the photograph of Griffin.