This is absolutely one of the coolest and most fun videos I’ve seen in a while mostly because it’s a time machine back to childhood in the 80’s and 90’s. The stop-motion video, directed by Marc Donahue, reveals the imagination of a kid and it’s filled with everything we love coming to life: Back to the Future! Candy!…
Here's a cute video that I hope turns into an entire series: imagining what's inside a kid's, well, imagination. The video starts off with the toddler waving a stick as he runs around (as kids tend to do) and then transforms into a level of Super Mario Bros. Being a kid is awesome. We just see the stick, they see…
Yesterday BBC News' 'Magazine' section posed an interesting question: has Lego's growing success stifled the toymaker's imagination-driven products?
For the first time, scientists have been able to use data from brain scans to identify who patients are thinking about.
In Polder Animations' Now You Know It Anyway, a young girl tries to sell her handmade storybooks at a flea market. She may be unclear on how best to market her wares, but every word and gesture shows that she fully feels the excitement and joy of creating a fantastical story.
I know what you're thinking. Who would want to replace a child's Lego? It's the perfect toy inspiring creativity and imagination. Well maybe you're raising your child to be a non-conformist? Or maybe you just have a vendetta against the
I spoke to Imagination Technologies—maker of the PowerVR chip that powers smartphones like the iPhone, Droid and many others—and they said, definitively, that you'll have graphics comparable to the PlayStation 3 in 3 years.