Leonard Nimoy and Zachary Quinto appear together in an Audi ad. There are plenty of Star Trek references, of course, and even a bit of “The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins” thrown in for good measure. Oh yeah, and there’s a car, too.
Watch: David Bowie – The Next Day
The feather-ruffling, sacred-gone-sinful film confirms that we never know what surprises are to come when the brilliant minds of Director Floria Sigismondi and David Bowie get together. A creative collaboration between the two visionaries means we can only expect one thing for sure: to be transfixed by provocative, cinematic visuals that will keep the world talking.
Daft Punk’s much anticipated album, Random Access Memories, has a video teaser by Nabil Elderkin.
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The World’s greenest commercial building made its debut on Earth Day (April 22nd, 2013) in Seattle. Located in the neighborhood of Capitol Hill, Bullitt Center aims to fulfill the Living Building Challenge, which provides a strict set of guidelines that tests the sustainability of green buildings over at least 12 months in 7 ways: site, water, energy, health, materials, equity and beauty.
Back in 2008, the first DSLR with HD video recording capability was released as the Nikon D90. This added a whole new twist to the world of photography as still photographers made the leap to video, and cinematographers transitioned to using DSLRs. But as exciting as it was, photographers were faced with a new dilemma. Do I shoot video or stills? Both have distinct advantages, and in certain situations it can be really hard to choose between the two. Well in the future, we may not have to decide. The video below gives you a sneak peek at the new Canon EOS-1DC, its ability to capture stills from video, and the opinions of several pro photographers on the quality of this feature:
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This is really puts in perspective how amazing street view is. This technology is so amazing and is being used for such cool purposes.
Every week the master swordsmith and renowned propmaster, Tony Swatton, forges iconic weapons using high-speed belt grinders, scorching furnaces, and pounding power hammers. Then he takes his weapon to the streets to bust up some stuff.