Jan 312013
 

Unsurprisingly, Disney Animation has instantly gone viralviral after the debut of their new animated short film, Paperman. The Oscar nominated black and white short features groundbreaking techniques that seamlessly melds antiquated hand drawn pictures with CGI, creating a one of a kind animation experiance.

The video tells the story of a young man in New York City whose destiny is shaken after he runs into a beautiful woman on the subway platform. Already, the new video has garnered over 1.3 million views, and is further featured on LATimes, Forbes, Telegraph, and Wired

 


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Jan 102013
 

To promote his long overdue new album, Justin Timberlake just published this new promotional tease video simply titled I’m Ready. As Justin walks to his recording studio in black and white, he contemplates his much anticipated return to the pop music world before finally announcing that, yes, he is ready. 

Naturally, these Justin fans are thrilled. Read more on RollingStone, MTV, and CBSNews

 


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Oct 042012
 

Just in time for Halloween, Tim Burton has remade his own 1984 Frankenweenie shortinto a full feature 3D black and white film. 

To help promote the new Disney film,  did what he’s best at. He made an epic auto-tuned remix from just the original sounds and voices in the new cartoon with fantastic results. 

 


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Apr 102012
 

Every generation takes their technology for granted. In the 70′s, every household had a television, toaster, and telephone. So when British science fiction author Arthur C. Clarke was interviewed in 1974 by ABC, and was asked what the year 2000 would be like, people couldn’t believe his predictions. 

But today we see he amazingly predicted personal computers and The Internet spot on. In the clip that has been trending this month, he says people will all have their own personal consoles at home that connect with a main computer (think Google) to download any information.

He also correctly admits that though people will be dependent on technology more and more, it will enrich people’s lives for the better. The video is featured on LaughingSquid and Gizmodo

 


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