Vi Hart, the soothing voice behind stop motion science-y explanations, is back at it again. In her latest video, she's showing you sound. Yup, she draws, annotates, illustrates, plays notes and visualizes every little nit and grit there is to know.
If Nokia phones are good for anything, it's to take pictures with. And like the world's smallest stop motion video before it, the world's LARGEST stop motion video was shot using a Nokia N8 (and a super tall crane).
My expected iPad 2 delivery date is sometime in late April. Torture! In the meantime, I might just have to make myself one of these adorable stop-motion Plasticine models. After all, they come with Maps, Cut the Rope, Garage Band—pretty much everything you need for a full iOS experience.
Dance, quarters, dance! Watching these dozens (hundreds?) of coins flex and pop is an animated wonder that makes raises up my spirits. And watching how its creators pulled it off? That just makes my head hurt.
For anyone whose first adventure in artistic expression was plugging tiny colored bulbs into a Lite Brite board, this amazing video will make the kid in you squeal. And the adult in you amaze at how much work it took.
Filmed using nothing but a Nokia N8 with attached CellScope microscope, what you'll see here will blow your mind. The figurines were made using a 3D printer, and had to be hand-painted using a microscope due to their small stature.